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Linda Pence: Water Media Painting

Linda Pence: Water Media Painting

The current exhibit in the President’s Hall gallery features the stunning mixed water media paintings of Artisan Guild member Linda Pence. In these stunning works the artist has reflected a glimmer of serenity and peace found in the quiet beauty of nature as well commentary focused on the human experience. The work of Linda Pence […]

Running Away From the Oracle: Joanna Clark

Running Away From the Oracle: Joanna Clark

The main gallery will be kicking off the new semester with the mixed media works of  SF professor emeritus Joanna Clark.  This series of work focuses on multiplicity, with major consideration given to the concept of repetition. The work creates commentary on the proliferation of images, giving attention to the most modern of printmaking tools, […]

Santa Fe After Dark: Digital Photography by SF Art History Professor Alaina Motisi Doten, Ph.D.

Santa Fe After Dark: Digital Photography by SF Art History Professor Alaina Motisi Doten, Ph.D.

The current exhibit in the President’s Hall gallery features the stunning digital photography of Santa Fe art history professor Alaina Motisi Doten Ph.D. In this beautiful series the artist has attempted to capture an uncommon perspective of the college’s numerous campuses and to challenge the viewer to take notice of what we might otherwise overlook. […]

Musical Me Theater Presents Seussical Jr.

Musical Me Theater Presents Seussical Jr.

“Seussical Jr.,” a special production of the Broadway musical performed by the Gainesville children’s group, Musical Me Theater, offers six performances Friday through Sunday at the Santa Fe Fine Arts Hall. “Seussical Jr.”: Friday 11 a.m. and 7  p.m.; Saturday 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.; and Sunday 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.. ; Santa Fe College Fine […]

SF Theater Student Stars in Insomniac Production

SF Theater Student Stars in Insomniac Production

So, just how insensitive are we, really? In just the latest real-life example, a 68-year-old school bus monitor in upstate New York is tormented to tears by middle school teens, many who repeatedly call her “fat.” Other examples are legion, perhaps even as close as your own experience. Obesity, it seems, is ripe for ridicule […]

Dancing Through Her Grief

Dancing Through Her Grief

Dancing through her grief. That’s how everyone describes Ashleigh Adamec. Words are not the 21-year-old Sarasota native’s forte. Words are for confirming your next rehearsal, or clarifying a ballet step or chatting with fellow dancers, not for making tangible your demons and desires. And tears? Those are to be shed in seclusion, if at all. […]

Students Choreograph Upcoming Dance Show

Students Choreograph Upcoming Dance Show

Join us for Room to Dance, 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 1 and Saturday, June 2 in the Fine Arts Hall. Room To Dance is Dance Theatre of Santa Fe‘s annual student-choreographed performance. This production is managed by students with faculty mentors and allows the choreographers to express their artistic dreams through dance. The show is a compilation of […]

Digital Media Technology Student Showcase: May 3

Digital Media Technology Student Showcase: May 3

Digital Media Technology‘s Annual Student Showcase will be held in the Santa Fe Gallery, Wednesday, May 2 through Friday, May 11. The Santa Fe Gallery is located in M-147 and is open noon – 4 p.m. Monday  – Friday with the exception of college holidays. All exhibits are free and open to the public. The Gala Opening for the Digital media Student Showcase will take place 7-9 […]

Get Ready to “Sing Into Spring” April 26

Get Ready to “Sing Into Spring” April 26

Celebrate spring, the end of the semester, and some of our most popular musicians at “Sing Into Spring,” Santa Fe College’s annual spring choral concert, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 26 in the Fine Arts Hall. “We’re singing choral favorites, but then we’re also doing a memorial section for Whitney Houston, Davy Jones, and Etta James,” […]

SF Fine Arts Hall Receives Beautification Award

SF Fine Arts Hall Receives Beautification Award

At its annual awards ceremony, the City of Gainesville Beautification Board will present an award to Santa Fe College at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, at the Thomas Center.  The award honors Santa Fe for adding beauty to Gainesville through the new Fine Arts Hall. Dr. Jackson Sasser, Rebecca Rogers, Alora Haynes, Robert Fetterman and Owen Reynolds will attend the […]