Prince George's Community College is excited to showcase our new Africana art collection, generously donated by Bradley Gillian and his late wife, Dr. Lorraine Gillian.

The rich African American culture, struggles and achievements come to life in this diverse 33-piece art collection featuring original ceramics, serigraphs and lithographs from some of the most significant black artists from Africa and the U.S.

The donation has an immense impact for the College, its students, and the community while creating a legacy for years to come.

Champions of the Arts at Prince George's Community College enable a premier environment for expanded, comprehensive, and state-of-the-art expressions that support robust educational programming and celebrate the community's cultural vibrancy.

The Champions of the Arts provide:

• Support for arts education programming;

• Reduce barriers to arts participation;

• Increase access and opportunity for underserved individuals;

• Underwriting of costs associated with presenting quality performances and the sustainability of Center for Performing Arts at Prince George's Community College; and

• Experiential learning for students.

Your contribution will enable you to be a part of a community that is keeping the arts alive. To find out how you can be a Champion of the Arts, please contact the Prince George's Community College Foundation via email at or 301-546-0858 to make your donation today.

Champions of the Arts listings in event programs are updated regularly.


Engrave a brick or sponsor a seat to commemorate a friend or family member, an organization, your business or include your own name to express support for the Center for Performing Arts at Prince George's Community College.

Proceeds raised through this fundraising campaign supports educational programs, scholarships for students, and builds the College’s capacity to support the arts in Prince George’s County and beyond.

Click here for information on engraving a brick.

Click here for information on sponsoring a seat in the Center for Performing Arts.