CPCC Galleries are committed to inspiring, educating, and engaging students, faculty, and community members through access to exceptional visual art in all media. The Galleries constantly support the teaching mission of the college by serving as a lab for the visual arts curricula and enhancing a variety of other subjects. Additional educational programming celebrates artistic achievement and cross-discipline collaboration.
Ross Gallery is located on the first floor of Overcash Center on Central Campus (at the intersection of Elizabeth Avenue & S. Kings Drive), adjacent to Halton Theatre. The gallery, named for long-time instructor Elizabeth Ross, features two intimate spaces, Ross Gallery I and Ross Gallery II. (704) 330-6211
Overcash Gallery is located on the first floor of Overcash Center on Central Campus (at the intersection of Elizabeth Avenue & S. Kings Drive), across from Ross Gallery.
Pease Gallery is closed.
The CPCC Galleries Program encompasses Ross Art Gallery and Overcash Gallery on Central Campus, the Patty and Bill Gorelick Galleries on Levine, Harris, and Cato and installation space on Merancas Campus in the Belk Center for Justice Building. Additionally, our Art Galleries Program manages CPCC’s permanent art collection, curates public art installed on our six campuses.
Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday, and by appointment.
*Ross Gallery is open one hour before performances in Halton Theater and during intermission.
Amelia Zytka, Gallery Facilitator
Amelia Zytka has been a resident of Charlotte since 2013. As well as working in the Art Galleries, she is also a CPCC student working towards her AA degree. Upon graduation, she will be pursuing a degree in Art History in hopes of working in the museum world someday. Recently, she spent the summer as an intern at the Mint Museum working in Archives.
Position currently open – listed as Lab Assistant II Art Gallery Assistant Gallery Coordinator
Megan Boisvert, Gallery Director
Megan Boisvert has been active in the national art world as an art adviser, consultant, curator and artist for over a decade. Mrs. Boisvert hold a Master’s Degree in Art Business from Sotheby’s Institute of Art – Los Angeles. She served as a Fine Art Consultant with National Geographic Fine Art Galleries prior to joining Central Piedmont Community College.
Mrs. Boisvert began her career in the Collections and Registrar Department at Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum and subsequently worked in Fine Art Appraisals at Jacqueline Silverman Associates, and Director of the Art Department for Art and Coin TV. In 2014, Mrs. Boisvert started curating exhibitions in non-traditional spaces throughout Southern California and now in Charlotte, NC.
Question, comments, and creativity are always welcome; please contact Megan Boisvert, Gallery Director, at: Megan.Boisvert@cpcc.edu