CFCC Drama Students to Perform in Lumina Festival at UNCW July 18 and 19

CFCC Drama students Abigail Hunter and Kaleb Bradley are performing in two Shakespeare plays this week as part of the Make Trouble Ensemble for the Lumina Festival of the arts at UNCW.
There is one more chance to see Timon of Athens July 18 at 7 pm and one more chance to see A Midsummer Night’s Dream July 19 at 7 pm. All performances are in the Cultural Arts building on UNCW’s campus.

Ben Billingsley to Show Prints at ACME opening July 26

Ben Billingsley, CFCC Art Instructor, to show prints at ACME. Exhibit opens July 26 6-9 pm.

Jessica Gaffney on WILMA’s Women to Watch Awards List for 2019

Jessica Gaffney, the Program Chair of Theater at CFCC, has been nominated for the WILMA Women to Watch Awards for 2019.


Printfest Story by WECT

CFCC Art Instructor Ben Billingsley and his printmaking students participated in this event in the spring.





Benny Hill on Star News List of Cape Fear Region’s Notable Graduates

Mr. Benny Hill, full-time CFCC Music Instructor, made this list of notable graduates from around the Cape Fear region.

CFCC Student Art Show Winners and Artwork Selected for NCCCS Office

CFCC Student Art Show Winners Selected and Artwork Chosen for NCCCS Office

Jennifer Mace Takes Part in Photography Show at the WHQR Gallery, Opening Reception May 24 6-9 pm

Jennifer Mace, CFCC photography instructor, shows photography with other artists in “Times Place” at the MC Erny Gallery (WHQR Gallery). The opening reception is May 24 6-9 pm. See poster for details:

CFCC Student Art Work Selected for NC Community College System Office Collection

Two works of art by CFCC students have been selected for the permanent collection at the NC Community College System Office in Raleigh.

“She Said…after hurricane Florence” (photograph) by CFCC student Gabrielle Ackley 


a watercolor/pen and ink drawing by CFCC students Jack Estep and Kasey Lewis.

Visit the Fine Arts Facebook page to see the pieces:

CFCC Graduates to Play with Tallis Chamber Orchestra, April 26 at 7:30 pm

CFCC graduates and Mr. Philip Singleton playing with the Tallis Chamber Orchestra, April 26, 7:30 pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Ben Billingsley Lectures at Cameron Art Museum, April 18 at 6:30 pm

Gallery Talk with Ben Billingsley
Gallery Talk
Ben Billingsley, Painter & Printmaker
Thursday, April 18, 6:30 PM
CAM Members: Free, Museum Admission all others
An insightful and popular speaker, painter and printmaker Benjamin Billingsley will select works from CAM’s new exhibition Minnie, Clyde, Annie, Vollis that intrigue and have captured his imagination to discuss the works with an artist’s eye. Billingsley has had several solo exhibitions and been in numerous group shows, and recently completed a Visiting Artist Residency at East Carolina University. He currently teaches studio art and art history in the Fine Arts Department at Cape Fear Community College.