Fine Arts Department
Horace Sisk Building (HOS), Room 602 2201 Hull Rd, Fayetteville NC, 28303
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Office Hours Monday - Friday
8:00AM - 5:00PM
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Department Chair: Dennis Johnson

Fine Arts Department Events!

FTCC Fine Arts is proud to provide you an exclusive look at Sonny Kelly’s “The Talk,” A One-Man show. 

Join us live on Thursday, July 16th, at 1:30PM for a panel discussion among FTCC Fine Arts Department Chair, Dennis Johnson; Communication Program Coordinator, Sonja Osborne; and actor/writer/teacher Sonny Kelly, as we discuss this show and talk about racial issues in America.  We will take questions from the audience during the panel discussion.

   

Talking The Talk at FTCC

Join FTCC faculty and students as we discuss racial reconciliation, equity, inclusion, and connection! 
The Talk is an eclectic theatrical experience that weaves together interactive theater, a dynamic embodied performance, and a multi-media production with the words of James Baldwin, Langston Hughes, W.E.B. DuBois, Frantz Fanon, Paul Gilroy, Ta-Nehisi Coates and others. A virtuoso communicator, performer and facilitator, Dr. Sonny Kelly embodies over 20 characters, and thoughtfully ushers audiences into a courageous space to have difficult, but necessary, conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Sonny Kelly The Talk

The Talk is about returning to memories (personal and collective), returning to our ancestors, returning to faith, and reckoning with an often confusing contemporary composite truth. At its core, The Talk is really about a father’s profoundly abiding love for his son. With this work, Dr. Kelly invites audience members into a complicated, but loving, family where we are all encouraged to imagine new possibilities together.

Dr. Kelly performs The Talk and facilitates community discussions about equity, conflict management, intercultural communication, and creative self-expression at schools, universities, civic institutions, community centers, places of worship, and theaters around the world. This performance lasts 80 minutes long, and can be adjusted according to the needs of your community. The performance is followed by a 30 to 60 minute talk-back (community conversation). 

Music
Jazz quintet

FTCC's All-American Jazz Quintet

Listen to music by the All-American Jazz Quintet on their YouTube channel.

Student Spotlight

Two-Dimensional Art

2D Design, Painting, Drawing, Watercolor, Drawing I and II, Printmaking I and II

  • Brittany Floyd Painting I Spring 2019

    Painting I

    Brittany

    Spring 2019

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  • Casey Toney Figure Drawing Fall 2018

    Figure Drawing I

    Casey

    Fall 2018

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  • Courtney Jonson Painting I Spring 2019

    Painting I

    Courtney

    Spring 2019

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  • Joy Green Painting I Fall 2018

    Painting I

    Joy

    Fall 2018

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  • Kiara Cortes Painting II Spring 2019

    Painting II

    Kiara

    Spring 2019

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  • Mattea Sylvester Painting I Fall 2018

    Painting I

    Mattea

    Fall 2018

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Three-Dimensional Art

Sculpture I and II, Ceramics I, 3D Design

  • 3D Art by Amy

    Amy

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  • 3D Art by Angie

    Angie

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  • 3D Art by Jim M

    Jim Myers

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  • 3D Art by Jim

    Jim

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    Jim

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  • 3D Art by Stephanie

    Stephanie

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  • 3D Art by Shelee

    Shelee

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The Art Gallery
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.

Art Exhibition: Spring 2019 Student Showcase

What: Art Exhibition: Spring 2019 Student Showcase
When: April 29th-May 15th
Where: FTCC Art Gallery
Fayetteville Campus
General Classroom Building
Room 221,
2817 Fort Bragg Road

Gallery

Hours: Mon, Wed 1:00-3:00PMp; Tues 9a-12p & 3-5p; Thurs 9a-12p; Fri 9a-12p and by appointment

Opening

Reception: Thurs., May 2nd 4:00-6:00pm with refreshments
Live music by Dr. Pappas & awards

Free admission – open to the public

Art Exhibit 2019

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.
The Art Gallery Director: Kari Hooten

Gallery Location:

Fayetteville Campus
General Classroom Building, Room 221
2817 Fort Bragg Rd, Fayetteville NC, 28303

Hours:
  • Monday: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Noon) &  3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
  • Thursday: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Noon)
  • Friday: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Noon)
  • Also, by appointment

Spring 2019 Exhibit Schedule

Solo Exhibition
   
Kate Johnston, Ceramicist

Dates: February 4 – March 18
Reception: February 21, 4-6pm

Ampullae on black Kate Johnston Ceramic
Faculty Group Exhibition
   
Dates: March 22 – April 15th
 
Juried Student Exhibition
   
Dates: April 18 – May 15th
 

FTCC's Fine Arts Department Faculty