St. Clair County Community College (SC4) opens its annual faculty art showcase, “Collectively Independent,” on Monday, Sept. 18, in the College’s Fine Arts Gallery.
The showcase is free and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday until Oct. 20. It features thought-provoking pieces on various subject matter in a wide array of mediums. Each piece on display is an original work from faculty members who lead courses in graphic design, art history, photography and more.
Participating faculty include:
- Sarah Flatter, MFA, Art/Graphic Design
- Brian Kovach, MFA, Art
- Jacqueline Mahannah, MFA, Art/Graphic Design
- Jason Palmer, MFA, Art/Graphic Design
- Mark Rummel, BFA, Art/Graphic Design
- Elizabeth Sevick, MFA, Art
- Alan Vidali, MFA, Art/Graphic Design
- Jacob Vinson, MFA, Art
“This annual exhibit is an excellent opportunity to become familiar with the very talented art and design faculty here at SC4,” says Sarah Flatter, professor of fine arts. “This exhibit is one of my favorites, because it gives faculty members the opportunity to show off their talents to a wider audience. It is a great show of work and worth checking out!”
From sculptures and photographs to illustrations and more, the exhibit offers a unique opportunity for SC4 students and community members to observe the artistic interests and expertise of SC4 instructors.
For the most current list of upcoming arts and other events at SC4, visit sc4.edu/events/.
SC4 offers a wide array of courses and programs for students interested in pursuing the arts. For a current schedule of offerings—including fast-path classes beginning Sept. 18 and Oct. 16—visit sc4.edu/schedule and apply at sc4.edu/apply/.
Pieces from the 2022 showcase are pictured above.