Breta Carnes, Art Instructor, will be doing a two week workshop in mold making for sculpture this summer at Arrowmont School of Arts and Craft. The workshop is with TJ Erdahl in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
George Adams, Spanish Instructor, won a scholarship for a one-week perfection course for teachers of Spanish in Salamanca (Spain), imparted by the Tía Tula faculty, all of whom are specialized in teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language and Spanish teacher training. 10 U.S. and Canadian Spanish educators were selected.
Marc Siegel, Music Instructor and guitarist, will be playing music here and there as usual this summer.
Dr. Philip Jacobs, Religion and Communications Instructor, will deliver a paper, “The Transformative Power of Medieval and Renaissance Art in the Understanding of the Role of Joseph in the Holy Family,” at the World History Association 2015 conference in Savannah, Georgia. The conference will meet from June 30 – July 2.
CFCC MUSIC CONCERTS, SPRING 2015
Voice Studio April 23 7:00pm
Orchestra April 28 7:00pm
Guitar Concert April 29 7:00pm
Chorus April 30 7:00pm
Jazz Ensemble May 4 7:00pm
UNION STATION AUDITORIUM (U170)
502 NORTH FRONT STREET
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If you’ve never seen a steamroller make a giant piece of artwork, now is your chance!
Actually, you have until Saturday, April 18.
Several CFCC art faculty and students will be participating in the 2nd Annual GO BIG Steamroller Print Festival on Saturday, April 18, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. outside of the Cultural Arts Building at UNCW.
They’ll be printing large scale (4 foot by 6 foot) woodblock prints using a steamroller – everyone is invited to come watch!
The CFCC music faculty would like to announce four Spring semester student ensemble concerts. All concerts will begin at 7:00pm in the Union Station Auditorium (U170).
- Voice Studio: Thursday, April 23
- Orchestra: Tuesday, April 28
- Chorus: Thursday, April 30
- Jazz Ensemble: Monday, May 4
Yuna Shin, German Instructor in the Humanities and Fine Arts program, will deliver the following paper:
Title: “Why Are There “Women in Refrigerators” and What Do They Have To Do With Your Superheroes? The Trafficking of Dead Female Bodies in the World of Comic Books”
Where: Southeastern Women’s Studies Association Conference, Florida Atlantic University, March 26-29.
Co-presenter: CFCC student Christine Howard, who also works as a comic book writer.
Spring 2015 Faculty Recital
Monday, March 16, 7:00 pm
Union Station Auditorium (U-170), located at the corner of Front and Red Cross Streets in downtown Wilmington