An Exhibit of SFCC Faculty Artwork
Santa Fe Community College’s Visual Arts Gallery presents a new exhibit featuring faculty members from the of School of Art, Design, and Media Arts. The show provides a rare opportunity to view the professional artwork by SFCC’s arts faculty. More than 70 faculty members will exhibit their works of art in two separate shows: Sept 5 through Oct. 14 and Oct. 24 through Jan. 15. The opening reception for the first exhibit is Thurs., Sept. 5 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the gallery.
Many of SFCC Arts, Design, and Media Arts faculty have received multiple awards and are represented in museums, gallery exhibitions and public and private collections, nationally and internationally. Adjunct and full-time faculty members participating in the exhibit “From the Inside” include, among others, Braldt Bralds, illustration; Ivan Dimitrov, fine woodworking, furniture; Ezra Estes, fashion design; Noël Hudson, painting; James Marshall, ceramics; America Meredith (Cherokee), printmaking, printing; and Laura Rosenfeld, painting. The show also features media arts, book arts photography, printmaking, sculpture and woodturning.
“This exhibit offers unique insights into the personal artistic expression of our experienced and talented arts faculty,” said Margaret Peters, dean of the School of Arts and Design, and Media Arts. “The variety of interests that inspire these faculty artists are reflected in the quality artwork represented in this show.”
More than 2,400 students are enrolled in SFCC’s School of Arts, Design, and Media Arts. Eighty-eight arts students graduated this past May. Degrees are offered in Architectural Design, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Gallery Management, Interior Design, Media Arts, and Photography. Certificates are offered in these areas of study as well as in Arts Foundations, Ceramics, Commercial Photography, Drawing and Painting, Fine Woodworking, Jewelry/Metal Arts, Kitchen and Bath Design, Media Arts Audio Production, Media Arts Graphic and Interactive Design, Media Arts Web Design, and Sculpture.
Additional faculty work will be featured in Part II of “From the Inside,” which will open on Thurs., Oct. 24 and continue throughJan. 15, 2014