LIBERTAIRE: THE PLAY, an award-winning screenplay written by SPC Art Professor Elizabeth Indianos is also an adapted stageplay premiering May 11-13, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. at the Tarpon Springs Performing Arts Center. The play tells the story of newspaperman Joe Pulitzer and French sculptor Auguste Bartholdi, who fight discrimination and indifference for a woman no one wanted: Lady Liberty.
St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus’ Career Services has partnered with both national and local music professionals for the Spring 2017 St. Petersburg College Speaker Series, running from Feb. 23 through April 6. These events are open to the public as well as to SPC students and employees. The series aims to teach attendees employability skills that will help … Continue reading Career Services Brings Music Industry Speaker Series to SP/G Campus
The 2017 St. Petersburg Jazz Festival is set for Feb. 22-26 at the Palladium Theater. Now in its ninth year, the popular jazz festival is directed by SPC music professor David Manson and is a community cultural outreach event presented by St. Petersburg College and EMIT, a nonprofit arts organization directed by Manson. In addition … Continue reading 2017 St. Petersburg Jazz Festival kicks off Feb. 22
In celebration of African-American History Month, don’t miss this extraordinary African-American art exhibition featuring works by renowned artists Benny Andrews, Romare Bearden, Charles Bibbs, Elizabeth Catlett, Jonathan Green, Jacob Lawrence, Hughie Lee-Smith, Dane Tilghman, and more at the SPC St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus. The exhibition centers around the themes of civil rights, education, family and music. Throughout the … Continue reading 20th Century African-American Art Exhibition Launches in February