Arts

SC4 proudly hosts a full calendar of programs, concerts, screenings, classes, workshops and shows to satisfy every art persuasion.

Join on campus this fall as the SC4 Symphonic and Jazz Band and Community Choir deliver inspiring, family friendly performances in the Fine Arts Theatre.

SC4 Symphonic and Jazz bands

  • Saturday, Oct. 12, 7 p.m.
  • Friday, Dec. 13, 7 p.m.

SC4 Community Choir

  • Saturday, Nov. 23, 7 p.m.

The Free Thursday Concert Series features a monthly concert at noon and 7 p.m. in the SC4 Fine Arts Theatre. All performances are open to the public.

Thursday, Sept. 12
Lexington Bach String Quartet

SC4 is happy to feature standout performers from the Lexington Bach Festival, a weeklong event bringing the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and other composers influenced by Bach to our community. The quartet will kick off our Free Thursday Concert Series by performing classic compositions

Thursday, Oct. 10
Devin Scillian & Arizona Son

Winner of the prestigious Detroit Music Award for Best Country Performer, Devin Scillian and his band Arizona Son have been entertaining audiences for a decade. Their music runs the gamut from traditional country to bluegrass to southern rock. Devin’s original songs have led to three albums and a string of singles that have become fan favorites. His music has been a hit on the country charts in Europe, even hitting number one in Denmark.

Thursday, Nov. 7
Smokin’ 45s Rock & Blues Review

Formed by veterans of the Detroit music scene, the Smokin’ 45s perform a blend of blues and rock music, influenced by electric Chicago blues, British rock/blues bands of the ’60s and ’70s, and even the American garage and surf bands. All music performed with a lively, energetic stage show.

Thursday, Dec. 5
Michigan Opera Theatre

Michigan Opera Theatre is the State of Michigan’s premier opera company, committed to presenting the very best professional opera and dance productions, and serving as a cultural resource for the State of Michigan.

SC4 features exhibits by students, alumni, faculty and community members on campus in the Fine Arts Gallery at the Spiral Gallery, located inside of Studio 1219 in downtown Port Huron.

“Winged” by Alysa Marie Diebolt
July 8 through Aug. 30
Fine Arts Gallery

Patterns is the longest continually published community college literary and arts magazine in Michigan featuring student work. It is published annually.

The St. Clair County Community College Art Archives website contains a comprehensive listing of all artworks on campus.

SC4 symphonic band pictured on stage in the Fine Arts Theatre.