St. Petersburg College Professor Gregory Byrd recently published a short story in the Winter 2021 issue of Baltimore Review.
After 18 months, SPC Theater is back on stage with The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (abridged)[Revised]. The show runs March 24 – 28.
With his first book, SPC Professor Michael Jahosky hopes to demonstrate Christianity’s principles through the lens of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Michael T. Jahosky, Assistant Professor of Humanities at St. Petersburg College, will be publishing his first book, Return of the King:The Gospel in Middle Earth.
The wood-fired ceramic artwork of University of Central Florida Professor Hadi Abbas illustrates the complexity and uniqueness of the oldest method of firing clay. The exhibit featuring his work is open from Aug. 20 – Sept. 26 at the Crossroads Gallery at the SPC Clearwater Campus.
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.
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.
Humanities and Critical Thinking in Paris – Spring 2016 Have you ever wanted to study abroad? Would you like to study in Paris? Don’t miss this chance! During Spring Break, March 2016, SPC Study Abroad will provide students with the opportunity to study humanities and to practice … Continue reading Study Abroad: Humanities & Critical Thinking in Paris