(From Left to Right: Tina Langevin, Brandon Lane, Carey Avant, Paul Caudell, Catriona MacLean, Nicholas Lyons)
The students in this photo performed at the CFCC Student Honors Recital on April 20.
All but Paul Caudell are graduating and transferring to UNCW for the fall, having passed their UNCW music department required audition. Auditions were required for the honors recital also.
Carey Avant, piano
Paul Caudell, violin
Brandon Lane, guitar
Tina Langevin, voice
Nick Lyons, guitar
Catriona MacLean, voice
Lecture tomorrow (April 19) on the history of 20th century women in Wilmington:
“Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Change: Exploring the History of
20th Century Women in Wilmington Through the Lens of Material Culture”
Lecture by Dr. Jan Davidson of Cape Fear Museum.
S-002 (CFCC Downtown Campus)
This lecture is part of HUM 150 requirement,
but is also open to public.
This lecture organized by Yuna Shin, CFCC German Instructor and instructor for HUM 150: American Women’s Studies at CFCC.
Come and celebrate Earth Day with a French documentary!
Instead of showing all the worst that can happen, explore the very concrete local solutions to the global ecological problems.
Please join us on this Wednesday (April 20) at 12.30 pm in U-529 for “Solutions locales pour un désordre global” (“Think Global, Act Rural”), part of the French Ciné-Club Series
2010 French documentary
1 hour and 53 minutes. In French with English subtitles.
Free and open to all.
Sponsored by Institut Français
Special thanks to Caroline Hudson, CFCC French Instructor, for organizing the showing of all the French films this academic year.
CFCC Humanities & Fine Arts Department Presents
Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30 – 8:00pm
Tickets are $5 for public, $4 for students/faculty/staff
4 student-directed, one-acts. Approx running time: 1 hour total. One intermission.
by Elizabeth Meriwether/Directed by Kristen O’Neil
Elliot is in rehab for drug addiction. When his girlfriend, Abby, calls to check in on him, their chat wanders from half-truth to miscommunication, with some awkward phone seduction mixed in. This short and funny staged phone call shows the first tentative steps towards fixing a relationship, starting with tater tots and a failed excuse for a teapot.
ELLIOT – Ryan Ayars
ABBY – Arden Chaucer
Hearing Aid by Pete Barry/Directed by Katie Pace
The Old Man and the Old Woman have been married for forty-two years. But age and hearing loss are starting to affect their communication. They question whether their marriage is working anymore but the strength of their love for each other speaks louder than words.
OLD MAN– Micah Bryant
OLD WOMAN– Erica Shapiro
Hail Ceasar by Michael Mitnick/Directed by Britni McNeill
A waitress named Tali ends up taking the order of one very strange man named Will, who is dining alone. With a knack for going off on rants, Will can’t seem to decide whether to order food, talk about his ex, or discuss the benefits of being Julius Caesar. Tali struggles between being polite and listening to Will, and trying to escape his quirky ranting to go get his order filled.
WILL: Michael Pipicella
TALI: Madalyn Schipporeit
Heads and Tails by Kelly Rhodes/Directed by Maddy Schipporeit
Two roomates, Shawna and Lillian, enlist the audience’s help in determining which roommate is crazier.
SHAWNA: Jamie Wheatley
LILLIAN: Britni McNeill
CFCC Humanities and Fine Arts Department Presents:
Karola Luttringhaus’ ‘Hippolyta’s Disappearance’
Friday, April 22 – 8 pm
Sunday, April 24 – 4 pm
Both performances will be in the CFCC Studio Theater in the HFAC Center, and both are free for CFCC students (CFCC I.D. required at the door). Follow link for ticket prices and more information:
Special thanks to Ben Billingsley, CFCC Art Instructor, for all his efforts in making this event happen.
Concerts by CFCC Music Students start April 20th.
Go here for the full schedule: http://cfcc.edu/hfa/music/music-events/
“The Angelic and Didactic Roles of the Virgin Mary in Lyric VII of the Old English Advent Lyrics” by Dr. Philip Jacobs, CFCC Religion Instructor, has just been accepted for publication in Spring 2016 issue of the Toronto Journal of Theology.
Results from the inaugural CFCC Talent and Competition (sponsored and organized by the CFCC Honors Program)
First Place Award: Pianist / Vocalist Landon McClellan
Second Place Award: Vocalist Devin Deaver
People’s Choice Award: Landon McClellan
Landon McClellan is a music student at CFCC, and he will be performing in the Spring Voice Studio Concert on April 21th, 7 pm in U170 (Union Station Auditorium) at CFCC. This concert is free and open to the public.
(Special thanks to all the performers, the MC, Andrew Wishon, and all the CFCC Honors Students who volunteered their time and made this show possible.)
Please join us on this Wednesday (April 6) at 12.30 pm in U-529 for “Les Contes de la Nuit” (Tales of the Night), part of the French Ciné-Club Series.
2011 French computer silhouette animation feature film
1 hour and 24 minutes. In French with English subtitles.