SPC students and alumni will have a chance to learn from some of the best – Dave Cook and Amos Heller – members of Taylor Swift’s band, The Agency, on Aug. 13 at the Palladium at SPC.
SPC Theater audition dates are set for Aug. 21 and 22 for the hilarious farce, Noises Off. Hint: Prepare your best British accent and be ready to make them laugh.
ArtPrize will show Kevin Grass’ painting Not #MeToo: No More Casting Couch in the competition for a $200,000 prize juried by art experts. Grass is a professional painter whose work is exhibited both in the United States and Europe.
McKenzie Smith, a potter, adjunct professor, and Instructional Support Specialist in the Fine Arts Department at SPC’s Clearwater Campus, was recently Recently Professor Smith was invited to the prestigious and historic Byrdcliffe Barn studio in Woodstock, NY to be a guest artist and lecturer in August 2018.
URINETOWN THE MUSICAL: YOU MUST GO! The SPC Theater Department is presenting the summer musical URINETOWN, directed by Scott Cooper. This Summer SPC Theater Program is a great chance to see our local college and Pinellas County high school students both perform and work the production side in a classic musical theater production. The student … Continue reading SPC Theater Presents Urinetown the Musical June 29-July 1
The St. Petersburg College Clearwater Humanities & Fine Arts Department is hosting the Calyx Schenecker Art Infinitum Pinellas County High School Exhibition. The high school arts exhibition featuring student work is on display from April 24 – June 7, 2018 at the Crossroads Gallery at the SPC Clearwater Campus.
Students of the Digital Arts and MIRA programs, as well as high school students in Pinellas County, submitted personal projects in categories such as photography, digital arts, and videography, at the 13th Annual SEmmy Awards, held at the SPC Seminole Campus in April.
Be part of the action in producing a musical at the SPC Theater Summer Camp 2018 for high school and college students. The program starts in May with performances June 29 – July 1.
St. Petersburg College’s Music Industry Recording Arts program welcomed The Sessions to The Palladium on Tuesday, Feb. 27 to speak to students, staff and the community about what it takes –besides musical talent – to make it in the music business.
Students were given the opportunity to present digital, analog, and alternative process prints to Bill and Jenifer Renninger, local artists, photographers, and this year’s jurors of the student exhibition “Interim Domain.”