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Region 4: Transformation Through Imagination Superfund Art Project

Region 4: Transformation Through Imagination Superfund Art Project

The Santa Fe Gallery along with the City of Gainesville, The Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, ¬†OconnorartLLC and Sustainable Santa Fe will host the Region 4 Superfund Art Project. The exhibit will feature work by ¬†Santa Fe Faculty member Stacey Breheny as well as local artists Margaret Ross Tolbert, Jerry Cutler and many more. The […]

Medical Imagery Inspires Late Painter’s Work

Medical Imagery Inspires Late Painter’s Work

The Student Life Art Gallery will be paying tribute to Santa Fe College alumnus Matthew Major, who went on to complete his BFA in painting at the University of Florida. His work features cellular landscapes and medical imagery inspired by his quest to understand diabetes, the disease that ultimately claimed his life last February. The […]

5th Annual Valentine’s Day Swing Dance Feb. 14

The Santa Fe College Big Band would like to announce the 5th Annual Valentine’s Day Swing Dance on Thursday, Feb. 14 in the Fine Arts Hall lobby. The event will feature swing dance lessons by instructors and music from the band. Featured vocalists are Cortney Powers, Lauren Tanner and Paula Ursu, all from Lynn Sandefur‘s […]

Valentine’s Swing Dance Featuring the SF Big Band Feb. 14

The Santa Fe College Big Band will host the 5th Annual Valentine’s Swing Dance on Thursday, Feb. 14, in the Fine Arts lobby. The event will feature swing dance lessons by instructors and jazz music from the band. The lessons will begin at 6 p.m. and go until the band begins its first set at […]

Lennie Kesl By Friends Closing Reception Tonight

The closing reception of “Lennie Kesl By Friends” will take place 7 – 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1 in the President’s Hall, which is located on the second floor of the Robertson Administration Building. The exhibit consists of portraits by friends, colleagues and former students of beloved artist Lennie Kesl and features work from Anne […]

May the Moo Be With You: SF Professor Hosts art Show Jan. 25

May the Moo Be With You: SF Professor Hosts art Show Jan. 25

Valerie D’Ortona, an adjunct faculty in the English department, will host a reception featuring her own art from 6 – 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25 at Picture This! Frameshop & Gallery (between Bonefish Grill and Firehouse Subs in Butler Plaza). Light refreshments will be provided, and violin/viola duets will be performed by Ruth Swartz and […]

Student Art Competition Hosted by Sustainable Santa Fe

Student Art Competition Hosted by Sustainable Santa Fe

Calling all artists, film students, and sustainability advocates! Sustainable Santa Fe is hosting a student art competition. There are three competitions you can enter:   Student Film Competition Student Recycled Art Competition Student Poster Competition   Deadline: April 2, 2013 Prizes will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners in each competition, […]

From the Gainesville Sun: New Santa Fe grand piano showcased at Friday concert

From the Gainesville Sun: New Santa Fe grand piano showcased at Friday concert

Find the original Gainesville Sun article written by Sierra Mision here. On a winter day in 2010, pianist Evans Haile stroked his fingers against six sets of keys at the Steinway & Sons store in New York City. The musical director and conductor of the Gainesville Chamber Orchestra spent the day feeling out pianos with […]

“Kenyan Idol” Voice Coach Gives Music Education Lecture Jan. 10

“Kenyan Idol” Voice Coach Gives Music Education Lecture Jan. 10

Dr. Duncan Wambugu will give a presentation titled “Kenyan Music Education: Current Trends” from 2 – 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan.10, in E Auditorium. He will speak about the historical development of music education in Kenya and focus on the factors that have influenced its development. Dr. Wambugu recently completed his doctorate in music education at […]

Choral Holiday Concert on Dec. 6

Under the direction of Lynn Sandefur, the Santa Fe Singers present their annual choral holiday concert, an evening of memorable holiday music certain to be a delight for audience members of all ages. The concert will also feature a variety of percussion sounds and rhythms, led by Dr. Steve Bingham, and is sure to be […]