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ArtWalk Guide: Mount Royal Station

Mount Royal Station, which houses the Middendorf Gallery, was originally built in 1896 as a B&O passenger train station, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976

During ArtWalk 2022, you can find work from graduating students in multiple areas of this historic landmark, including students graduating in:

  • Architectural Design
  • Ceramics
  • Fiber
  • Interdisciplinary Sculpture

For a list of student thesis locations, visit our Mount Royal Station Location Guide.

Visitors stand in the Middendorf Gallery during Artwalk. A large sculptural pavilion with intricate patters carved into the wood is in the background.
Middendorf Gallery, in the center of Mount Royal Station on the first floor. + Enlarge
The area outside of Mount Royal Station is a popular gathering area during ArtWalk. + Enlarge
Thesis work from a Fiber senior. + Enlarge
Classroom space in Mount Royal Station turns into exhibition space during ArtWalk. + Enlarge
Visitors stand in the Middendorf Gallery during Artwalk. A large sculptural pavilion with intricate patters carved into the wood is in the background.

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Justin Tsucalas

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