Crawford Campus Center Gallery

At the center of The Episcopal Academy campus is a full-scale art gallery space.

The Crawford Campus Center Gallery is an integral part of the visual arts curriculum at The Episcopal Academy. Through exhibitions and projects that include curated work of visiting artists, cross-curricular collaborations, and student shows, the Gallery inspires students, educators, artists, and all who visit.

Open during the school day (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.), on weekends by appointment, and for special evening receptions, the Crawford Campus Center Gallery provides the EA community a space to explore and appreciate art together.

There is always something happening in the Crawford Campus Center Gallery. Learn more about upcoming and past gallery shows below.

"EA's gallery gives a finished sense to the hours spent in the studio by providing a unique space in which work can be widely appreciated."

– Amaal Ladha, Class of 2018

Current Show: Emerge

This year, the CCC Gallery will work with Mural Arts Philadelphia on a special project based on their “Emerge” campaign in partnership with Artist/Activist Mark Stranquist’s initiative “Fill The Walls with Hope.” Hip hop artists, poets, activists and visual artists will lead discussions, workshops and installations. Special thanks to Project Manager Kali Silverman and Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Restorative Justice Director/Creator of the “Emerge” campaign Greg Corbin, Artist/Activist Mark Strandquist, Artist Kate Deciccio, Philly-based hip-hop legend Philly Freeway, Hip Hop Artist/Activist Mary Baxter, Hip Hop Artist/Activist Ant Brown, Poet/Curator Nina “Lyrispect” Ball, Poet/Pew Fellow Ursula Rucker, WURD 900am, and Guild Members: Taliah Neal, Wayne Gainey, Saul Miller, Tamir Redding.


Mobiles Add a Splash of Color to the Campus Center

"While they could have hung their pieces anywhere on campus, all six students in the Honors 3-D Design IV class chose the Campus Center, and collectively did so because they felt this was the building that gets the most traffic from all members of the community," explained Upper School art teacher Hilary Hutchison, Hon.

As many classes transitioned to virtual platforms, The Episcopal Academy's literary and arts publication Epolitan followed suit by hosting their impressive compendium of poetry, prose, and visual arts online. Browse Epolitan!


Be inspired. Experience the CCCG at our upcoming shows.

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