Past events and happenings involving CFCC artists, both students and faculty, by semester
CFCC Art Instructor Kendall Martin has published “The West Virginia New Deal: Blanche Lazzell’s Mural in Morgantown” in Art Inquiries, a publication of the Southeastern College Art Conference. A link to the article is provided below:
Rick Conn, Art Instructor at CFCC, has two pieces on display in Wilmington’s most recent pedestrian art exhibit. Mr. Conn’s sculptures are on display along the Riverwalk near the Port City Marina. All of the sculptures survived Hurricane Florence.
From a StarNews article:
“Rick Conn’s Navigator and True North feel right at home across from the marina on the Northern Riverwalk. The abstract forms defy their rigid, rusted material, with fluid, easing shapes that seem capable of molding to the wind, like ship sails at sea. The two works are a PedArt debut for Conn, who teaches sculpture at Cape Fear Community College.”
Craven Arts Council & Gallery is proud to present “Creative Workforce” in the Main Gallery at Bank of the Arts starting August 7 to August 30. This exhibition will feature the work of art professors from community colleges in our area and their contributions to our region both artistically and holistically. Craven Arts will host an opening reception August 10th from 5pm to 8pm, during the downtown New Bern Artwalk.
Cape Fear Community College art professors participating in this exhibit: Victoria Paige, Rick Conn, Jennifer Mace, Brandon Guthrie, Ben Billingsley, Abby Perry.
Victoria Paige, CFCC Art Instructor, is exhibiting some of her photography as part of a three-artist exhibit at CFCC’s Wilma W. Daniels Gallery. The show starts June 22.
The Wilma Daniels Gallery is excited to announce 2018’s Annual Student Art Show! The show will be up from April 4th to May 4th and we will have our Reception and Award Ceremony April 27th from 6-9 pm; awards will be announced at 7 pm. The students of Cape Fear Community College have created amazing pieces of work and have astounded those who teach them. Please come out to commemorate their talent and skills.
Brandon Guthrie, the Chair of the Fine and Performing Arts Department, has an art exhibit at Flytrap Brewing. The show entitled “Apophenia” runs from January 11 through February 28.