The Bradshaw Performing Arts Center is proud and excited to partner with one of Sandhills Community College's hidden gems, the Hastings Art Gallery.
The Jeanne Hastings Art Gallery is housed in the Katharine L. Boyd Library. Jeanne Hastings was the first art instructor at Sandhills Community College, beginning in 1966.
The Gallery displays exhibits of art, photography, crafts and other artifacts. Guest and student art is displayed on a monthly basis. Admission is FREE and the Gallery is open during library hours.
BRITTANY GILBERT VIRTUAL ART EXHIBIT
TIME. WEATHER. LIGHT.
A LITTLE INSPIRATION FROM MONET
People love Monet's paintings. Monet painted the same subject at various times of the day and in different seasons. Brittany Gilbert who, like Monet, paints in series. Brittany travels to locations throughout North Carolina and paints light. Her brush strokes are alive, fluid and filled with emotion. Presented in grid format, the paintings surround, as if you are standing beside her as she paints. "I paint what first captures my attention, therefore, directing the viewer to my individual impression. Whenever there is a noticeable change in its appearance, I record the time, put the work aside and begin a new panel." Brittany Gilbert is a 2018 MFA graduate from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a concentration in painting.
KEVIN LEWIS' VIRTUAL ART EXHIBIT
MY LIFE AMONG THE STARS
Kevin Lewis: Local Hollywood Journalist
The Hastings Art Gallery Exhibit features Lewis' most extensive collection of pieces from CineMontage: Journal of the Motion Picture Editors Guild. “My Life Among the Stars” chronicles Lewis' interviews, profiles, and historical analyses of some of the premier Hollywood names from the careers of Milos Forman, Robert Altman, Anjelica Houston, Helen Hayes, Jessica Tandy, and countless others who shaped the Golden Era of the silver screen.
THE FIRST EVER
2020 VIRTUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION
A Message from Associate Professor of Art, Lori Lorion
The Fine Arts Department is pleased to announce the release of our 2020 YouTube Student Exhibition. This virtual show replaces the May/June annual exhibition.
The music is composed by student, Sean Diesfeld.
A special thank you Ron Layne, Micky Konold, Chris Waldrop and
Ryan Book for all your help and guidance.