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 Ceramics faculty and students, along with local business partner Highwater Clays, are putting on an Empty Bowls luncheon Oct. 28 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. to benefit RCS Pinellas.
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.
If you ever get the chance to visit St. Petersburg College’s downtown campus -which you definitely should make time for- you will find a breathtaking mural by Tessa Moeller on the west side of the building. This Downtown mural is a wonderful addition to St. Pete’s growing mural collection. The artist, Tessa Moeller, is a … Continue reading Visit the Downtown Center mural
The St. Petersburg College Clearwater Campus hosted the college’s first Empty Bowls fundraiser on Nov. 12. Volunteers raised more than $3,000 to help RCS Pinellas feed the hungry in Pinellas County. Empty Bowls brings together artists, educators Donors enjoyed delicious soup from area eateries and got to pick out a one-of-a-kind bowl to take home with … Continue reading Empty Bowls At SPC Fights Hunger In Pinellas County
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
“In the Galleries: Contemporary Music for Cello and Dance,” an evening program featuring dance, music, and art at the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art (LRMA) will delight the senses on Friday, June 24 from 6-8 p.m. Cello artists complement event Experience a dynamic blend of sound and motion as you tour the museum galleries. Cellist and … Continue reading Dance, music, and art event at LRMA June 24
The Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art (LRMA) wishes to extend an invitation to all St. Petersburg College students, faculty and staff to be our guests at our opening reception for two art exhibitions: Into the Third Dimension: Sculpture from the Collection and Youth gone Wild: The History and Art of Pinball. It will take place on … Continue reading Pinball, sculpture exhibitions at LRMA