The Arts at FTCC

Gallery Exhibitions, Plays & Musicals

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The Art Gallery

The Art Gallery at FTCC displays artist exhibitions each semester that feature the artwork of students, faculty and outside artists. Exhibitions are free and open to the public to enjoy.

Mission Statement

Within the Community College context defined by an Associates of Fine Arts in Visual Arts curriculum transfer degree and in support of Associate of Arts Transfer Degree “The Art Gallery at Fayetteville Technical Community College” exists as a teaching resource by providing professional exhibitions throughout the academic school year.

The Art Gallery at Fayetteville Technical Community College’s mission is to provide a cultural resource that encourages dialogue about visual art among artists, the public, educators and students. Also, to support artistic excellence and diversity on both a national and a local level and define and clarify issues pertinent to contemporary practice. Finally, to seek to foster greater accessibility and understanding of the art of our time and to have a voice in the dialogue concerning its socio-cultural relevance.

Location

General Classroom Building (GCB) 221
2817 Fort Bragg Rd., Fayetteville, NC 28303

Gallery Hours

-Monday: 9:00am-3:00pm
-Tuesday: 12:30pm-3:00pm
-Wednesday: 9:00am-3:00pm
-Thursday: 12:30pm-3:00pm
-Friday: 9:00am-3:00pm

Gallery Director

Katharine Morrill
morrillk@faytechcc.edu
910-678-0041

FTCC Performing Arts

Each semester, the talented cast of FTCC Performing Arts produces a play or musical to share with the community. Anyone is invited to audition, and all performances are free and open to the public to enjoy.

Location

Cumberland Hall Auditorium (CUH) 366

Drama Instructor

Dennis Johnson
johnsden@faytechcc.edu
910-678-0092

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Upcoming Art Exhibits

THE ART GALLERY

Fall 2016 Season

SEPTEMBER

4th Annual Faculty Exhibition
Group Exhibition
September 1- September 29

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 1, 5-7pm
General Classroom Building, 221

OCTOBER

Group Exhibition
“Color” by FTCC Fine Arts Student Exhibition
October 6 – November 3

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 6, 5-7pm
General Classroom Building, 221

NOVEMBER

Representational Textures
Solo Exhibition, paintings and drawings by Vilas Tonape
November 10 – December 8

Opening Reception: Thursday, November 10, 5-7pm
General Classroom Building, 221

Painting Demonstration: November 3, 9am-10:30am
Horace Sisk Building, Room 615

Upcoming Performances

The Diary of Anne Frank

Based on Anne Frank’s diary: In Nazi-occupied Holland, Otto Frank and his family have decided to go into hiding, because of the increasing persecutions against Jews. The businessman Kraler and his assistant Miep prepare a hiding place in the rooms above their place of business, and arrange for the Franks and another family, the Van Daans, to stay there. Later on, they are joined by the dentist Dussel. Together, they try to avoid detection while hoping for Holland to be liberated by the Allies, but even meeting basic needs can become a challenge, and even minor incidents could present a grave risk.

All performances are free to the public and will take place at Cumberland Hall Auditorium (CUH) 366, on the Fayetteville Campus of FTCC.

Performance Dates

– Friday, Feb. 26th at 7:00 p.m.
– Saturday, Feb. 27th at 7:00 p.m.
– Sunday, Feb. 28th at 2:00 p.m.
– Friday, Mar. 4th at 7:00 p.m.
– Saturday, Mar. 5th at 7:00 p.m.
– Sunday, Mar. 6th at 2:00 p.m.

Two Additional Performances at the Pope Theater on Fort Bragg

– Saturday, Mar. 12th at 7:00 p.m.
– Sunday, Mar. 13th at 2:00 p.m.

Master Copy Collaborations

For this project, students are introduced to the process of copying drawings and paintings after the masters, both historical and contemporary. By copying after the masters, students discern the working process of the masters. Students begin by blocking in the figure, then progressing through the process of creating, and finally finishing the image. Other lessons include composition of the work and how the master developed a drawing, direction of light, perspective, and the approach of the master in applying value, creating what is called the effect, a 3-dimensional quality. The students work together to complete the final image; each student receives a portion of the work, and they build their individual piece while conferring with the group. Copying the work of great artists gives students a valuable insight into the way these artists worked, and by using their same techniques, students can build a solid foundation of skills they can utilize for the rest of their artistic careers.

Finished projects are available for viewing in the Visual Arts Studio (Room 615) at the Horace Sisk (HOS) building between 12 noon to 1 p.m., after 4 p.m., and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Fridays.

Painting I’s master copy of – Kehinde Wiley’s, “Femme Piquee Par Un Serpent” acrylic on canvas, 2017
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Drawing I, sections 01 and 02’s master copy of , Pompeo Batoni’s, “Triumph of Venice”, charcoal and conte crayon and grey paper, 2017
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Students Collaborating on “Triumph of Venice” Project
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Figure Drawing’s master copy of, Jacopo da Pontormo’s, “The Deposition from the Cross”, pastel on grey paper, 2017
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Students Collaborating on the “The Deposition from the Cross” Project
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