We are proud to announce the installation of Shaun Cassidy’s ‘Fiddle’ sculpture in the Zeiss Building atrium, thanks to the assistance of GCA / Facilities Services. ‘Fiddle’ was a keynote sculpture in Cassidy’s The Sound of Everything exhibition for Sensoria 2015, and represents the college’s commitment to collecting original artwork as a testament to Sensoria festivals past, and the enrichment of student life at the college.
Join us for special dedication ceremonies:
Dr. Tony Zeiss Building
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
at 10 a.m.
CPCC Central Campus
1231 Elizabeth Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28204
Join us for the annual Holiday Pottery and Jewelry Sale, Thursday, December 3rd 10 a.m.- 5 p.m., Center for Arts Technology Building, Room 012—lower level (1315 East 4th Street). Collect an original treasure for yourself or loved ones this holiday season!
Charlotte Agenda highlights Barbara Schreiber’s show Based on a True Story & CPCC’s Fine Art Faculty, Carolyn Jacob’s show Missing Mountains among the Top 7 Charlotte Art Events in October!
The Visual Arts Department is offering studio classes in Ceramics (Art 283), Photography Art (260), Painting (Art 240 and Art 241), Sculpture (Art 282) and Drawing (Art 131). We are also offering classes in Art History, both European (Art 114 and Art 115) and Non Western (Art 117: that includes China and Japan). Many of these courses are offered both during the day and at night to accommodate work schedules. The semester begins August 17th and ends December 11th and you can register until August 16th. Please go to CPCC.edu and click on ‘schedule builder’ and then enter the course prefix and number to find out when these classes are offered. We look forward to seeing you in class!
Congrats to Ashley Knight and his sculpture students for winning this award with the McColl Center for Art + Innovation!
See it online here.
Best Art/Community/Environment Partnership
Aurora Robson and CPCC Sculpture Students in the Exhibition Synthesis
Robson, a McColl Center for Art + Innovation Artist-in-Residence, designed a course implemented by Central Piedmont Community College sculpture students under Ashley Knight called “Sculpture + Intercepting the Waste Stream.” The students went to the Brightwalk neighborhood and collected waste from Irwin Creek (three truckloads!). Working with this trash, they created unique works of art that were exhibited in the show Synthesis, which featured a silent auction with proceeds benefitting a stewardship group that will continue the effort to keep Irwin Creek clean.