Goucher College's new Meyerhoff Arts Center, which officially opened at the beginning of the month, contains facilities for theater and art including a small exhibitions gallery.
The college's main exhibition space will continue to be the Rosenberg Gallery in the lobby of Kraushaar Auditorium, so this supplementary one will be used primarily for student shows; but it can showcase faculty and other shows as well, and it's open free to the public (Mondays through Fridays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays 1 to 5 p.m.).
At the moment, it hosts the works of three faculty members in an exhibit that, although it opened on March 2, had a somewhat thrown-together look about it as of last Thursday afternoon. The wall reliefs of Stuart Abarbanel had no labels, and two paintings, also by Abarbanel, were likewise unlabeled. Some labels of other works were placed on the floor, not the best idea.