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.
Visitors to the Seminole Campus Boardwalk can now scan QR codes to enjoy poetry inspired by nature as they stroll.
St. Petersburg College’s Arts, Humanities & Design Community will host its first Creative Career Summit on Oct. 19 – an event for both students and the public that explores careers in creative fields.
Pinellas county art students can now win SPC art scholarships, thanks to a generous donation from Col. Parker Schenecker in memory of his daughter, Calyx.
The St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus’ new mural Infinite Journey is official with a dedication ceremony held April 26 that included St. Petersburg Deputy Mayor Dr. Kanika Tomalin. Dedication of campus mural Artist Derek Donelly, Tomalin, SP/G Provost Jamelle Conner, and Phi Theta Kappa Eta Nu Officer Julie Chorgo-Gilson were on hand to cut the ribbon and dedicate the mural. … Continue reading Mural on St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus Dedicated
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.
The current show features a timeline of Cimato’s works from her earlier experiments to more current features.
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