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: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cfccvisualartsclub/
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.
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
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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 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, Humanities Instructor at CFCC, continues his historical research into the history of slavery in the Wilmington area. For more information visit: http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20160131/NEWS/160129683/1177?Title=Search-of-New-Hanover-County-s-slave-records-slows-to-a-crawl
Kirah Van Sickle, CFCC art instructor, to teach class at Museum School at Cameron Art Museum on Feb. 6.
See the Museum School Facebook page for more detail: https://www.facebook.com/CAMMuseumSchool/
The 1st Benny Hill Quartet Scholarship has been awarded at CFCC to music student Brandon Bradley. This scholarship has been made possible through the generosity of Mr. Benny Hill, jazz musician and CFCC music instructor.
Call for Photographic Entries for a group show at ACES Gallery!
Art Photographers of Wilmington!
Open theme, but we are looking for more fine art images
Deadline for submissions is Feb 7th – Send up to 3 images for $5 to
Notification will be sent out Feb 8th
Work to be delivered, gallery ready, Feb 23rd & Feb 24th
Fourth Friday Opening – FEBURARY 26th
Show Dates – Feb 24th – March 20
Pick up work March 21
$5 submission fee to cover food & beverages for opening
ACES Gallery is the Arts Council of Wilmington’s Exhibition Space. Located at 221 N. Front Street, Suite 101 in Downtown Wilmington.
When you submit your work
Label image with title
In Email list: Title, Dimensions, Media, Date Created, sale price
Aces’ Commission Guidelines
The Arts Council shall receive a 25% commission on all sales. If a purchaser sees a work in the show and decides to purchase it within three (3) months following the show, the Arts Council shall still receive a commission of 25%. Any known violation of this policy will result in the artist losing future exhibition privileges in ACES Gallery.
A majority of the work must be for sale in each show, and a price list must be available listing all works shown. If certain works are not for sale, “NFS” may be used. The price list must be submitted to the Arts Council by noon on Thursday, the day before the opening.
*More detailed information will be submitted when you e-mail your images to firstname.lastname@example.org
Philip Singleton, CFCC music instructor, and the Tallis Chamber Orchestra will play a concert of Vivaldi and Vaughan Williams, 5:00pm February 14 at First Presbyterian Church. This free concert is part of the Music at First Concert Series.
Here is an article about the “We’ve Got Issues” show at the Wilma W. Daniels gallery on the CFCC campus. Abby Perry, an art instructor in the Humanities and Fine Arts Department, is the curator for this show.