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MORRIS AND GWENDOLYN CAFRITZ FONDATION ARTS CENTER
We are located in the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus are held in the award-winning new Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Arts Center, located right across the pedestrian bridge from the main campus.
Situated between the 14 acres of historic Jesup Blair Park and the College’s architecturally distinctive
performing arts center, the facility has much to offer. You’ll find spacious, modern studios and labs for ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, crafts, weaving, drawing, design, painting, as well as traditional and digital photography. A tiered lecture hall provides ample space for art history classes and presentations.
The King Street Gallery, with its exposed infrastructure and open ceilings, offers a grand space for discovering art. A diverse and thoughtful series of art exhibitions enhances the total educational experience. Students also have the convenience of their own digital labs, art library, art supply/book store, and snack bar as they study, learn, and create inside this unique arts facility.
TAKOMA PARK/SILVER SPRING CAMPUS OF MONTGOMERY COLLEGE
The Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus is located in a dynamic urban neighborhood near the southern border of Montgomery County. About 6,000 students attend classes here, and it is recognized as the College’s most culturally diverse campus.
Founded in 1948, it may be Montgomery College’s oldest campus, but it has undergone a remarkable renaissance. In the past few years, the campus has added a new Health Sciences Center and a new Student Services Center.
A new performing arts center houses two theatres, a dance studio, classes and labs, and a gallery that complements the King Street Art Gallery in the Arts Center.
SA+D students takes full advantage of our close proximity to the vast cultural resources of Washington, D.C. Metrorail provides students with quick access to contemporary art galleries and some of the finest museums in the world. Students can take field trips downtown and return to campus during a studio class period.
School of Art and Design at Montgomery College
7600 Takoma Avenue CF 120
Takoma Park, MD 20912
The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Arts Center
930 King Street
on the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus of Montgomery College
Faculty and Staff
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SA+D is is a designated special program of Montgomery College and part of the Visual Arts and Design department of the Takoma Park/Silver Spring campus. We are just one of several options for students interested in studying art at Montgomery College. Montgomery College offers visual arts programs and courses at three campuses - Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park/Silver Spring. For further information, please visit:
Takoma Park/Silver Spring