St. Petersburg College Music Professor Dr. David Manson was recently named a recipient of a music composition grant from Creative Pinellas.
Two St. Petersburg College professors were recently featured in Florida’s Division of Cultural Affairs’ publication celebrating their 50th year.
St. Petersburg College will partner with EMIT to present free clinics with St. Pete Jazz Fest Artists Presented by EMIT & SPC.
American pianist and organist, Father Sean Duggan, OSB, is slated to perform at the SPC Music Center on the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus,.
The St. Petersburg College Theater Department’s summer production of Pippin debuted to rave reviews at the Clearwater Campus Arts Auditorium.
The central theme of the upcoming exhibition UNEXPECTED: Art by Alternative Means featuring Nathan Beard, Akiko Kotani and Rob Tarbell at Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art (LRMA) will be unique and innovative art-making processes. The exhibit will be on display at SPC’s Tarpon Springs campus from February 24 – May 19, 2019. This exhibition features the artwork of … Continue reading Unique Art-Making Processes Highlighted at LRMA Exhibit
The Crossroads Gallery, located at the St. Petersburg College Clearwater Campus, is hosting the 21st Annual Juried Art Show Exhibition for St. Petersburg College students. This exhibition is juried by Nathan Beard, and features artworks made by current SPC students in all media. The reception and awards ceremony is on Wednesday April 3rd from 6-8pm. … Continue reading 2019 SPC Annual Juried art exhibition
St. Petersburg College Ceramics faculty and students, along with local business partner Highwater Clays, are putting on an Empty Bowls luncheon November 3, 2018 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. to benefit RCS Pinellas. The luncheon will feature soup served in bowls made by SPC students, faculty, and local artists. Attendees will choose a bowl, and enjoy … Continue reading Ceramics Program Holds Third Annual Empty Bowls
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.