The Daniel Z. Gibson Center for the Arts places the arts at the heart of the liberal arts experience and as a cultural center for Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
There are two performance spaces of human scale and functional design—a 200-seat music recital hall and an experimental theatre seating 150—each accessed through a common glassed lobby that overlooks Martha Washington Square.
In addition to the entrance at Martha Washington Square, visitors can enter the Center through a covered rear entrance adjacent to a guest parking lot. The Tipson Terrace, forming the front facade, is the perfect backdrop for impromptu outdoor performances.
In the News
The Premier Artist Series hosts the ensemble in Hotchkiss to perform works by Turina, Mendelsohn and Beethoven.
In a major collaboration Friday, April 26, the Washington College Music Department will present Fauré’s Requiem, plus arias by Tosti and Bizet, Mozart and more.
Inna Faliks will bring the Community Concert Series’s 61st season to a close on April 13 with a program of Beethoven, Schumann and contemporary composers.
March 28th, 2019
100 Proof Annual Student Juried Exhibition
Opening Reception Thursday, March 28, 4:30-6PM
Kevin Jin and Jazz Combo - Senior SCE Recital
The Department of Music presents a Senior Recital featuring Kevin Jin on saxophone and the Washington College Jazz Combo. This event is FREE and open to the public.
April 4th, 2019
Mimi Stillman, flute, and the Annapolis Chamber Orchestra
As part of its 2018-2019 Premier Artists lineup, the Washington College Concert Series presents Mimi Stillman, flute, and members of the Annapolis Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Ernie Green. There will be a reception after the concert.
Advance tickets are available through Eventbrite.
April 8th, 2019
Maddie Morton, Soprano - Senior SCE Recital
The Department of Music presents a vocal Senior Recital featuring Maddie Morton, soprano. This event is FREE and open to the public.
April 12th, 2019
Chester River Chorale
“Desert Island Disc: Music You Can’t Live Without.”