Thursday, April 2, visiting Artist Nereida Garcia-Ferraz will lecture on her recent works,Overlapping History, 2010-2015, currently on exhibition at the Santa Fe College Fine Arts Hall. Doors will open at 6 p.m. with the lecture to begin at 6:30 p.m. Nereida Garcia-Ferraz is a painter, photographer and video maker who graduated from the School of the … Continue reading Nereida Garcia-Ferraz – Visiting Artist Lecture April 2
Noted Cross Creek artist and former Alachua County Commissioner Kate Barnes has created the poster image for the 46th annual Santa Fe College Spring Arts Festival that will be held Saturday-Sunday, April 11-12, 2015, on Northeast First Street and the grounds of the Thomas Center in downtown Gainesville’s historic district. The festival runs from 9 a.m. to … Continue reading Spring Arts Festival Poster Artist Kate Barnes
Currently on Display in The President’s Hall Gallery is the varied and significant work of the Gainesville Fine Arts Association’s photography exhibition. This pre-juried exhibit features the work of over 30 members of the association, and includes traditional Darkroom Photography, Digital Photography, as well as Alternative Processes. This exhibition will through Monday, March 9th. The … Continue reading GFAA Juried Photography Exhibit
Going on a study abroad trip? Want to brush up on a language? Or, maybe you just want to learn a new language. The library’s newest resource, Mango Languages, gives you access to more than 60 languages online through your computer or via iOS or Android app. All languages will include audio and visual lessons, … Continue reading Learn a new language with Mango!
The Santa Fe Gallery will be exhibiting, Dan Stepp – 20 Years of Painting. This retrospective exhibit will feature work spanning the career of SF faculty member Dan Stepp. Work to be exhibited will include the artist’s early sequential, comic art through his current work based in realism. The exhibit will open with a free … Continue reading Dan Stepp | 20 Years of Painting; Reception Feb. 6
Currently on display in the Santa Fe College President’s Hall Gallery is the visually significant work of Tom Hundersmarck. In addition to his work as a painter, Hundersmarck is also a Veteran’s Affairs psychologist based here in Gainesville. The artist says of the relationship between his two worlds, “My work as a painter and a … Continue reading Tom Hundersmarck – Naturescapes
The 2014-2015 Annual Visual Arts Faculty Exhibit opens with a free reception that the artists will attend from 7-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21, 2014, at the M-147 Santa Fe College Art Gallery. The exhibit will remain on view through January 16, 2014. Gallery hours are Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is free and the gallery is … Continue reading Annual Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition Opens Nov. 21
Planning on dressing up for Halloween? The library is having a costume contest! Come by the library 2nd floor desk any time between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Friday , Oct. 31 and have your picture taken. Pictures will be posted to the library’s Facebook page and prizes will be awarded at the end … Continue reading Don’tt forget to stop by the library and show off your costume
This month, the President’s Hall Gallery features the springs-based photography of Jenny Adler. Adler, an Interdisciplinary Ecology Ph.D. student at the University of Florida says of her photography, “Through photographs, I hope to inspire in others a true appreciation for our beautiful, but fragile and endangered, aquatic ecosystems. Photography is an avenue for me to … Continue reading Jenny Adler featured in the President’s Hall Gallery though Oct. 30
Bijin to Bishonen is a nuanced visual exploration of ideals of feminine and masculine beauty and the intersections of gender roles in Japanese culture. Synthesizing the traditional with the contemporary, displays of imagery and objects associated with dress, performance art, sport, and culture create and complicate perspectives about Japanese history and media. Contemporary advertisements juxtaposed … Continue reading Bijin to Bishonen—A Visual Exploration
Have you ever thought about being a Political Programmer? Listen to Jessica Lord talk about her journey to becoming a political programmer. Like what you see? You too can be a political programmer. Check out Santa Fe College’s IT programs at ite.sfcollege.edu and start your career in changing the world today!
We have a new course for you! CTS1120 Fundamentals of Information Security, 3 (P) This course provides a comprehensive overview of the essential concepts of information security including information security standards, education, professional certifications and compliance laws. It examines how business, government, and individuals operate in the digital world today. Students will gain hands … Continue reading Are you concerned about Identity Theft?
Santa Fe College Board of Trustees meeting scheduled for July 15, 2014 at 4pm at the Watson Center in Keystone Heights, Florida is canceled due to trustees’ scheduling conflicts. The meeting will be rescheduled. Date, time, and location of rescheduled meeting will be announced as soon as possible.
The President’s Hall Gallery will be hosting a unique exhibition of the works of local artist Linda Pence, SF Ceramics instructor Kate S. Murray, and their students. Featuring Ceramics and Watercolor works from over 30 artists, Pass It On will be on display from Monday, July 14 through Friday, August 8 in the President’s Hall … Continue reading Pass It On | The Works Of Kate S. Murray, Linda Pence, and Their Students
The Santa Fe Gallery is currently hosting a unique and technically significant exhibition of photographs by adjunct visual art instructor Edie Fogel. The process used to create these ethereal images encompasses several eras of technology in photography, incorporating dry plate printing—a 140 year old process—with modern digital techniques and traditional film photography. This exhibit runs … Continue reading Nature of Being Photographs by Edie Fogel
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CTS1120 Fundamentals of Information Security, 3 (P) This course provides a comprehensive overview of the essential concepts of information security including information security standards, education, professional certifications and compliance laws. It examines how business, government, and individuals operate in the digital world today. Students will gain hands on practice in mitigating security threats including access … Continue reading New and Updated Information Technology Courses
June 17, 2014 SF VOLLEYBALL Gainesville, FL – Head Volleyball Coach Nick Cheronis has completed his assistant coaching staff for 2014 with the addition of Nickie Halbert. She comes to the Saints from the prestigious St. Louis High Performance Volleyball Club. HP-St. Louis is one of the top volleyball programs in the nation. “I can’t … Continue reading Cheronis Rounds Out Coaching Staff
June 13, 2014 Contact: Scott Jamison 352.395.5616 firstname.lastname@example.org SF VOLLEYBALL NICK CHERONIS ANNOUNCES BENAVIA JENKINS AS FIRST ASSISTANT COACH Gainesville, FL – Benavia Jenkins, former All-American middle blocker for the University of Florida, will join the Santa Fe Saints volleyball program as its first ever assistant coach Nick Cheronis recently announced. Jenkins recently finished her … Continue reading Benavia Jenkins Named First Volleyball Assistant Coach
This month’s exhibit in the President’s Hall Gallery features the unique and technically significant work of local artist Anne Seraphine. A PHD recipient and Adjunct Instructor from the University of Florida, Anne’s exhibit will be on display through Thursday, July 3. The artist will host a small reception on Friday, June 27, from 4 – … Continue reading Anne Seraphine | Digital Impressions
The Santa Fe Gallery will be hosting our annual summer exhibition. Call It What You Like, A Santa Fe Community Exhibition. This unique exhibit features the work of SF Students, Faculty and Staff, and will be open in the M-147 Gallery from May 22 through June 20. Please contact the Gallery at 352-395.5464 for any … Continue reading Call It What You Like: A Santa Fe Community Exhibit