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
On Oct. 2, 2016 Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art (LRMA)will open its newest exhibitions: SPC Visual Art Faculty Show 2016, a special exhibition featuring the work of many of the college’s visual arts educators, and Satirical Opera: The Beggar’s Opera by Abraham Rattner and The Threepenny Opera by Jack Levine, an exhibition featuring two portfolios by two accomplished printmakers. … Continue reading SPC Arts Faculty to Exhibit at LRMA
Florida folk artist Rhonda K. Kitchens (RhondaK) is showing her whimsical sea-based artwork at St. Petersburg College’s Downtown Center through Friday, April 11. The art can be seen during normal campus hours, 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, in the second-floor landing of the campus, located … Continue reading Art showing at SPC Downtown Campus of Folk artist Rhonda K.
Eric Boynton graduated from then St. Petersburg Junior College and went on to USF to earn a BA degree in Studio Art. I recently received the following update from him, which I thought I would share with our blog readers. I thought his story was a great success story about pursuing studies and an arts … Continue reading Former SPC student enjoys successful arts career
Two weeks ago Kim Kirchman and I had the pleasure of going to the National Council of Education on Ceramic Arts Conference (NCECA) in Providence, RI. We try to attend the conference every year so that we can stay current with trends in the ceramics world, both with education and studio practice. This allows us … Continue reading NCECA 2015 conference, plus art and technology
On March 19 and 20, the St. Petersburg College’s Ceramics Studio at the Clearwater Campus of SPC hosted Eva Champagne, a visiting artist from Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Fl. During her two-day workshop, Champagne worked on a number of ceramic pieces, including two large sculptures. She shared her construction techniques and decoration methods in … Continue reading Artist Eva Champagne visits SPC Ceramics
LIBERTAIRE, a screenplay written by St. Petersburg College fine arts professor Elizabeth Indianos, has been selected to be made into a movie. “I’ve signed with a producer and am just now waiting for things to happen,” said Indianos, who signed with Hollywood producer Leslie LaPage. LaPage is a producer dedicated to empowering women with quality … Continue reading SPC professor signs with Hollywood producer for screenplay ‘LIBERTAIRE’
Fine art work by St. Petersburg College students, including sculpture, paintings, mixed-media and digital work. Originally published in Ember Skies, a site supporting the arts at SPC.