Current exhibits
 


Foundations: An Art Exhibition Celebrating HCC’s 50th Anniversary 

October 15 – November 21, 2018
Gallery 221@HCC | 2nd floor DLRC

Opening Reception Thursday, October 18, 5-8pm
Presentation by keynote artist Josette Urso at 6pm

In celebration of HCC’s 50th Anniversary, Gallery 221@HCC Dale Mabry Campus and the HCC Ybor City Campus Art Gallery are proud to present a collaborative exhibition of visual art that honors HCC’s past and present. The exhibition will feature selections from the Permanent Art Collections of the Dale Mabry and Ybor City campuses alongside a juried selection of work by current faculty and staff. The multi-phase exhibition will open first at the Dale Mabry campus from October 15 – November 21.

The HCC Ybor City campus Foundations exhibition will be open from November 1 – November 30.

(Each gallery is hosting their own separate exhibition and reception.)




Roberto Márquez: Antigua Colonia, Chistes Viejos 

September 17 – October 25, 2018
Gallery 3@HCC | 3rd floor DLRC

Reception Wednesday, October 10, 5-8pm
Artist Lecture to begin at 6pm

Working primarily with paint and ceramics, Roberto Márquez explores humor in a socio-political context, drawing influence from his own perspective and experience as an artist from a country that has endured a long history of colonization. Antigua Colonia, Viejos Chistes—translated as Old Colony, Old Jokes—presents a variety of objects that question the canon of art through layers of irony and wit informed by Márquez’s Latinx identity. Márquez (b. 1982, San Juan, Puerto Rico) earned his BFA from the School of Fine Arts in Puerto Rico and his MFA from the University of South Florida, where he is now an adjunct professor.

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