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SCF Fine Art Gallery 2003-2009

 

2009 Sarasota Sister Cities International Art Exchange - Xiamen, Fufian, China
Xiamen University Student Gallery        SCF Student Gallery

2008 Sarasota Sister Cities International Art Exchange - Treviso, Italy

2007 Sarasota Sister Cities International Art Exchange - Tel-Aviv, Israel

2006 Sarasota Sister Cities International Art Exchange - Hamilton, Canada

2005 Sarasota Sister Cities International Art Exchange - Perpignan, France

2004 SARASOTA Sister Cities International Art Exchange - Vladimir, Russia

2003 SARASOTA Sister Cities International Art Exchange - Dunfermline, Scotland

 

MCC fine art gallery calendar 2008-09

Magic Bus

PRINTCOLLECTION2

Printcollection2, the second exhibition of the College’s recently restored prints, features work by Salvador Dali, Francisco Goya, Kathe Kollwitz, Edvard Munch, Roberto Matta, Nobuo Satoh and many more. After the exhibition, the prints will be displayed on campus and available for study through the Fine Art Gallery. 

Closing reception and gallery talk: Sep 26, 6 – 8 p.m., 2008

(Location: Fine Art Gallery 9A, MCC Bradenton Campus)

The reception is free and refreshments will be served.

Closed Sep 1: Labor Day

 

Linda Molto

THE MAGIC BUS MOVED TO WIMAUMA

Oct 3 – Nov 6

On display will be 28 serigraphic prints of Florida “slice-of-life” images by award-winning, Cortez Village artist, Linda Molto, recently purchased by MCC for its permanent collection. After the exhibition, Molto’s prints will be displayed on campus. 

Reception: October 3, 6 - 8 p.m. 

(Location: Fine Art Gallery 9A, MCC Bradenton Campus)

The reception is free and refreshments will be served.

Show continues through November 6, 2008

 

LES ENSEIGNANTS D’ART

Nov 14 – Dec 11

Featuring work by outstanding regional arts educators

Reception: November 14, 2008 6 – 8 p.m.

(Location: Fine Art Gallery 9A, MCC Bradenton Campus)

The reception is free and refreshments will be served.

Art Gallery closed for Thanksgiving Holiday, November 27 & 28.

Show continue through December 11, 2008

 

PENTANGLE MAGAZINE ART COMPETITION

Dec 4 – Jan 22

Provides an opportunity for students to submit unlimited art submissions to a competition and for the Pentangle humanities magazine published annually by MCC students.

Reception: Dec 4, 2008 12:30-2:30, p.m.

(Location: Art & Design building 10 - Student Exhibition Space, first floor)

Exhibition continues through Jan 22, 2009

Closed Dec 22, 2008 – Jan 4, 2009: Winter Holiday Break

 

(2009: Exhibitions will take place in the new Fine Art Gallery – Building 11) adjacent to Neel Performing Arts Center)

 

SOCIETY OF ARTISTS 

Jan 23 – Feb 19

Features MCC’s talented Art Faculty and artists who have exhibited in the MCC Fine Art Gallery in the past.

Opening reception: January 23, 2009 6 – 8 p.m.

(Location: Fine Art Gallery 11, MCC Bradenton Campus)

Reception is open to public and refreshments will be served

Closed Jan 19, Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. 

Exhibition continues through February 19

 

Women Contemporary Artists 

PROJECT 4 X 6

Feb 27 – Apr 2

PROJECT 4 X 6(a WCA member’s exhibition) showcases, in myriad ways, what artists are capable of creating within the limited format of a 4” x 6” canvas. The exhibition will be juried by Mark Anderson B.F.A., 

M.F.A., Ringling College of Art and Design - Interim Department Headwho will award Prizes for First, Second, and Third place and three Merit Awards.

Opening Reception: Friday, February 27, 2009, 6 – 8 pm

(Location: Fine Art Gallery 11, MCC Bradenton Campus)

The reception is free and refreshments will be served. 

Closed: March 16 – 22 Spring Break 

Exhibition continues Through April 2 

 

Oldrich Kulhanek

FUNNY MONEY

Apr 10 – May 21

Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Perhaps the most visible artist in the Czech Republic. He is the designer of all of the currency in circulation, President of the State Jury of postage stamp design and President of the foundation of Hollar, the Society of Czech Graphic Artists. The Fine Art Gallery will feature Kulhanek’s Funny Money suite, acquired by the College in 2008 -- and the only complete set in the United States.
(Location: Fine Art Gallery 11, MCC Bradenton Campus)

The reception is free and refreshments will be served. 

Exhibition continues through May 21.


ANNUAL JURIED ART STUDENT EXHIBITION 

Apr 17 – May 1

Features jury-selected works produced by MCC art students over the past year.

Reception: Apr 17, 2009 12:30 – 2 p.m. 

Exhibition continues through May 1.

Exhibition in Art & Design Building 10 (first and second floors)

 

THE BLACK FLAG ON THE MOON

May 29 – Sep 24

The Black Flag on the Moon celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Apollo11 Moon landing in 1969 and honors the contribution of Bradenton resident, Dolores Black (maker of the flag on the Moon). The exhibition will feature artistic interpretations of the American flag as both peace dove and harbinger of war and within the context of a limited-edition print portfolio entitled: The Black Flag on the Moon. Apollo-era memorabilia will accompany the exhibition.

Opening Reception honoring Dolores Black: May 29, 2009, 6 – 8 p.m.

(Location: Art Gallery 11, MCC Bradenton Campus)

Exhibition continues through September 24

Closed Sep 1: Labor Day

 

 

MCC fine art gallery calendar 2007-08

 

 

MCC Permanent Collection

PRINTCOLLECTION1

Continued from Summer and features prints from MCC permanent collection including works by Francisco Goya, Kathe Kollwitz, Leonard Baskin, Stanley Hayter, Shiou-Ping Liao and many more.

Continues through Sep 27

Closing Reception: Thu, Sep 27 6-8 PM

Gallery Talk: Guest Lecturer, Donn Roll, will discuss prints and printmaking from 6:30 – 7:30 PM. Roll teaches at Manatee Community College and serves as an Adult Program Coordinator at the Ringling Museum where he continues to lecture. In addition, Roll has lectured extensively throughout the state on a variety of topics and has served as a juror for numerous exhibitions and art festivals.  

Closed Sep 3: Labor Day

Cover image: Liao, Shiou-Ping, China (1936)

 

John Sims 

JOHNSIMSPROJECTS

John Sims, a native of Detroit, MI, is an artist, mathematician and activist who is internationally active in the areas of mathematical art, ethnomathematics and visual mathematics. 

Oct 5 – Nov 8

Reception: Oct 5, 6–8 PM

Cover image: John Sims, 2007

 

Annual Art Faculty Show 

VISUALEXPRESSION

Offers opportunity for students and community to view artworks produced by MCC art instructors.

Nov 16, 2007 – Jan 17, 2008 

Reception: Nov 16, 6-8 PM

Closed Nov 22-23: Thanksgiving Holiday

Closed Dec 19 – Jan 1: Winter Break

 

 

Pentangle Magazine Art Competition

UNLIMITED

Provides opportunity for students to submit unlimited art submissions to the Pentangle humanities magazine published annually by MCC students.

Dec 6, 2007 – Jan 17, 2008

Reception: Dec 6, 12:30-2:30 PM

Closed Dec 19 – Jan 1: Winter Break

Cover image: TBA

 

 

Cover image: Ted Camp, 2007

Eleanor Merritt 

COLORMATTERS

Postcolonial artist, Eleanor Merritt, uses the human figure as a potent symbolic reference in her work and to affirm her heritage, as well as her strength as a woman and mother. 

Jan 25 – Feb 21

Reception: Jan 25, 6-8 PM

Cover image: Eleanor Merritt, 2007

 

George Pappas 

EXPOSITION

University of South Florida, Professor Emeritus, offers a life-time of visual artistry and experience in a one-person exposition. 

Feb 29 – Apr 3

Reception: Feb 29, 6–8 PM

Closed Mar 10–14: Spring Break

Cover image: George Pappas, 2007

 

 

Annual Juried Art Student Exhibition

THEVERYBEST

Features jury-selected works produced by MCC art students over the past year.

Apr 11 - 25

Reception: Apr 11, 12-2 PM

Cover image: TBA

 

 

MCC Permanent Collection

PRINTCOLLECTION2

Print Collection 2 is the second exhibition of prints from the MCC permanent collection acquired over the College’s 50+ years in existence and features prints by William Hogarth, Francisco Goya, Käthe Kollwitz, Edvard Munch, Salvador Dali, Nobuo Satoh, Donald Saff and many more.

May 23 – Sep 26, 2008

Closing Reception: Sep 26

Closed Sep 1: Labor Day

 

Summer hours: Mon – Thu 9 AM-5PM

Fall hours: Mon – Fri 9 AM-4PM

Cover image: TBA

 

The SCF Fine Art Gallery provides an active and dynamic learning environment for students and the community, extending the SCF mission by providing engaging and accessible exhibitions that reflect academic excellence.

The SCF Fine Art Gallery accepts exhibition proposals that embrace our mission.

The SCF Fine Art Gallery may be reserved for receptions, meetings, performances and presentations. For more information, go to scf.edu/ArtGallery, or contact Joe Loccisano, gallery manager, at 941.752.5225 or loccisj@scf.edu 

SCF Fine Art Gallery
Bldg 11
5840 26th St W. 
Bradenton, FL 34207

State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota is an equal access, equal opportunity institution.

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