ADiM aspires to create an educational environment that is responsive in content, approach, and application to the continually changing technical and creative aspects of the creative fields we represent.
What We Offer
Quality instruction in all phases of visual art, graphic design, interior design, interactive media, photography, and motion graphics. Our course offerings and programs offer flexibility in both scheduling and content.
Multiple pathways to where you want to go:
Success in the classroom and beyond:
Who We Are
ADIM is a unique community of creative professionals, educators, and students who learn and work together as we explore and blend all aspects of art, design and visual communication.
New ARTD Course Designator
Starting in the fall of 2013, all courses within ADiM will change to a single ARTD course designator. This will replace all ARTS, CGVC, PHTO, and MULT course designators, and new course numbers will be instituted.
INTD Program Changes Go Into Effect Fall 2013
New ADiM course designators (see above) and new INTD courses. Starting April 29th sign-up sheets will be available on INTD Coordinator Moira Gannon Denson's Office Door, Q 303a, for advisement.
Appointments will start May 1st. All INTD Students should be advised before the end of spring semester.
Contact INTD Coordinator for questions:
email@example.com or 443-840-4954.
CCBC Catonsville Gallery:
The Gallery at CCBC Catonsville presents "Breaking Ground: Sharon Trumbull Sabbatical Exhibit" from April 19th - May 20th, 2013.
Reception: Friday, April 19th from 6 to 8 pm
Find out more information on the Galleries at CCBC
Join the ADiM Club!
We take trips to museums, organize ADiM events and programs and visit art schools. For more information about the ADiM Club, please contact the Essex or Catonsville advisor below.
Essex campus students should contact Jessica Walton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-840-1567.
Catonsville campus students should contact Sarada Conaway at email@example.com or 443-840-4699.