Archive for February, 2016

French Film, “Detective Pauline,” Showing at CFCC, March 2

Monday, February 29th, 2016

The French film Pauline Detective will be showing at CFCC on Wednesday, March 2 from 12:30-2:30 pm in U529.

This film is part of the French Cine-Club series.  It is open to all.  Caroline Hudson, CFCC French instructor, is responsible for bringing this event to CFCC.

Dr. Eric Brandon to Take Part in Debate about Community College Tuition, March 2

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016


Dr. Eric Brandon, CFCC Philosophy Instructor, will be on one of the panels in this debate about whether or not community colleges should be free in terms of tuition.


Should Community Colleges be Tuition Free?

Date: Wednesday, March 2

Time: 5 to 7 pm

Place: U-170

(Note: This debate has been rescheduled due to weather.  It was originally scheduled for Feb. 24.)

The debate will include opportunities for audience participation

Sponsored by CFCC’s Phi Theta Kappa Society

CFCC Jazz Scholarship Concert, March 3 at 7:00 pm

Tuesday, February 16th, 2016


Go here for ticket sales:

See the WECT story here:

CFCC Jazz Scholarship Concert

The Benny Hill Quartet
Joe Chambers
March 3 – 7pm
Humanities and Fine Arts Center
Tickets are $20 for the public
and $5 for CFCC students with a student ID.




CFCC Art Students Restoring Thalian Hall Curtain, Star News Article

Thursday, February 4th, 2016


Art students Brittany Marlow and Katelyn Diaz are interviewed in the Star News about their work on the restoration of the Thalian Hall curtain. Very cool!

For more photos of the students and their work visit:

CFCC Creative Arts Club in Mural Project at DREAMS of Wilmington

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

The CFCC Creative Arts Club is participating in a mural project at DREAMS of Wilmington.

See poster for details. Victoria Paige, CFCC Art Instructor, is the faculty advisor for this club.


French Film Festival at CFCC (February 2016)

Monday, February 1st, 2016

Tournées French Film Festival at CFCC

Tournées Film Festival is a program of the FACE (French American Cultural Exchange) Foundation, in partnership with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, which aims to bring French cinema to American college and university campuses.

The 20th edition 2015-2016 of Tournées Film Festival, offers a wide variety of films that represent the best of French cinema distributed in the U.S., from the popular to the experimental. Showcasing established and emerging talents, Tournées Film Festival reflects the diversity and the richness of French cinema through various genres – fiction, documentary, animation and repertory films – giving participants the opportunity to expand their programming and for audiences to experience French cinema through a wider lens.

February 18: 2pm – 8pm
February 19: 2pm – 8:30pm
February 20: 2pm – 11pm

Union Station 170


See the Poster for more details:


(Thanks to Caroline Hudson, the CFCC French Instructor, who has brought this festival to CFCC the last two years.  Victoria Paige, Art Instructor, and Lucinda McNamara, Film Instructor will each present one of the films.)

Exhibiting Artists To Talk About Their Work , Feb. 19

Monday, February 1st, 2016


Exhibiting artists to talk about their work in the “We’ve Got Issues” exhibit.  This event will be held in the Wilma W. Daniels Gallery on the CFCC campus Friday, Feb. 19th from 1-2 pm.   This event is in conjunction with Sustainability Awareness Week, which takes place Feb. 14-19 on the CFCC campus.


Dr. James Burke Continues Historical Research with the Help of Former CFCC Students

Monday, February 1st, 2016


Dr. James Burke, Humanities Instructor at CFCC, continues his historical research into the history of slavery in the Wilmington area.  For more information visit: