Future Exhibitions at Gallery 114

“El Circo De Arturo,” Bronze Sculpture

Carlos A. Camargo Vilardy
October 6–31
Opening Reception, Friday, Oct 6, 2017, 4:30- 7:30 p.m.

The HCC Ybor City Campus Art Gallery celebrates Hispanic Heritage 2017 along with Tampa Hispanic Heritage Inc., with an exhibition by accomplished Colombian painter and sculptor Carlos Arturo Camargo Vilardy. Carlos is a respected sculptor throughout the world. He now lives, works and exhibits his work in Tampa and throughout the U.S. The installation will showcase a myriad of magnificent bronze circus figures and trapeze artists under the Big Top.

 

"Chronicles on Native Soil"

Barton Gilmore
November 9–December 7
Opening Reception, Thursday, Nov 9, 2017

Professor and Chair of the Photography Department at St. Pete College in Pinellas County, photographer and HCC alumnus, Barton Gilmore, will present a series of his recent mixed-media assemblages and related digital photographs. Barton received both his BA and MFA in Photography from the University of South Florida. He has exhibited throughout the southeast, with work in private and corporate collections.

Ybor’s Perpetual Expression

January 11–February 7, 2018
Reception with the Artists, Thursday, January 11 

In this exhibition, curated by Tampa Attorney Walter Aye, several Ybor City artists, past and present, will highlight the Historic Latin District, showcasing local culture, history and the vibrancy of the Ybor art community. Participating community partners will include, Ybor City Development Corp, Tampa Museum of Art, Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, and several Ybor City businesses and restaurants.

 

“Senior Masters Certification Exhibit”

Blake Arts Magnet High School, The Maze Student Gallery
January 2019
Opening Reception, Thursday, January 11

In our 17th year of partnership, Howard W. Blake Arts Magnet High School seniors with a four-year concentration in the visual arts will show their work at the college level. Award winners are given HCC Art Department scholarships for tuition.                       

“A Cut Above” 

Beatrice Coron
February 15–March 21
Opening Reception, Thursday, Feb 15

Tampa Bay arts enthusiasts will discover the incredible variety of contemporary papercutting and the many possible applications of this art form, from fine art to public art commissions. Cutting different materials and experimenting with scale and visual story-telling in silhouette, Beatrice will show illustrations, pop-ups, dimensional work and wearable sculptures. Born and raised in Lyon, France, she now lives in NYC. Her work is in the Metropolitan Museum and the Museum of Modern Art, NYC; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the National Gallery in Washington DC; and the Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

44th Annual HCC Juried Student Art Exhibit

April 4–25
Opening Reception, Wednesday, April 4

This exhibition will be our 44th Annual HCC student show in which all art students enter selected mediums created in the 2 semesters of 2017-18. The work will be judged by a respected outside juror. Winners receive monetary scholarships sponsored by Tampa’s women’s art support group, Las Damas De Arte, who have collaborated with HCC Ybor Art Department for 30+ years.

“The Pearl Project”

Maria Sarceno
May 3–11

Reception: Thursday, May 3 or Thursday May 10 (TBD)

Remastering A Masterpiece

Community Stepping Stones
May 19–June 20  

Opening Reception, Saturday, May 19, 10:00am-Noon 

Collaborating for 16 years now, the gallery at HCC has provided an important link to the ever-evolving, well-respected, art-infused, collaborative learning program for at-risk teens in Sulphur Springs. They are now working with children from all over Hillsborough County. In 2017 for their TRANSPORTATON exhibition, CSS partnered with the Tampa Housing Authority, Hillsborough County Children’s Board, Hispanic Services Council, Oak Grove Elementary, and Metropolitan Ministries to present a mixed media, collaborative exhibit about how transportation can influence many aspects of our lives. 

Seeing Now

Creatives Exchange
June 28–July 31

Opening Reception, Thursday, June 28

Creatives Exchange is a collective of professional women artists and creators who come together monthly, with the intent to serve the artistic interests of the participating artists and engage in the community, individually and as a group. Creative Exchange artists are painters, sculptors, writers, photographers, filmmakers, woodworkers, ceramists, choreographers, curators, potters, poets, jewelers, creative producers and casting directors.