Five St. Petersburg College music students won awards at the 2018 Florida College System Activities Association’s Winter Music Symposium.
St. Petersburg College’s Music Industry Recording Arts student Vincent Demor recently won the distinguished 2018 National Association of Music Merchants President’s Innovation Award.
Anyone can donate gently used musical instruments at several SPC campus locations from Nov. 27 – Dec. 1. The instruments will be refurbished by Recycled Tunes and then donated to Pinellas County Schools’ music programs. All donors will receive a ticket to the 2018 Gasparilla Music Festival.
The St. Petersburg College Theater Department has announced theater auditions for its upcoming play, LAUGHING STOCK, by Charles Morey. Auditions will be held Tuesday, Nov. 28, and Wednesday, Nov. 29, at 5 pm in the Arts Auditorium on the Clearwater Campus.
Visitors to the Seminole Campus Boardwalk can now scan QR codes to enjoy poetry inspired by nature as they stroll.
Helios Jazz Orchestra to perform Nov. 21 at the Palladium Side Door Theater.
SPC’s first Creative Career Summit brought successful artists like Al Pitrelli, Esteban Valdez, and Josh Sullivan to the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus to speak to creatives among students and the community.
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.
The Helios Jazz Orchestra performs at the Clearwater Jazz Holiday on Oct. 20 at 4:15 p.m. The 18-member big band jazz group is a St. Petersburg College ensemble-in-residence and course formed by SPC Music Industry and Recording Arts program faculty member David Manson.
Ten of SPC’s talented student photographers will have their work displayed alongside the special Smithsonian exhibit The Way We Worked at the City of Tarpon Springs’ Center for Gulf Coast Folklife Gallery in the Tarpon Springs Cultural Center. The exhibit is FREE and will run through Nov. 17.