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Holzhauer and Corridor Galleries: Selections from Permanent Collection
09-05-17
thru
10-20-17

Guest Event:
World Ballet Stars
09-30-17

School Show:
Kings of Harlem: The Story of the Harlem Rens
10-06-17

Guest Event:
Kings of Harlem: The Story of the Harlem Rens
10-06-17

Guest Event:
Cause of Christ Men's Revival
10-07-17

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Click, Clack, Moo
10-13-17

NFSO Presents:
NFSO 31st Season Concert - "Mozart Deconstructed"
10-14-17

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Talley's Folly
10-18-17
thru
10-21-07

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Student Winners of Arnie Hart Juried Exhibition Announced

Mattie Kelly Arts Center

 

Marcus Gibbs - Best of Show winner
Marcus Gibbs - Best of Show winner

4/25/2014 - Student Winners of Arnie Hart Juried Exhibition

The Humanities, Fine & Performing Arts Division at Northwest Florida State College announces the winners of the annual Arnie Hart Juried Student Art Exhibition. The student art works, along with the annual NWFSC Faculty Exhibition, are on display through May 2, 2014 in the Mattie Kelly Arts Center Galleries on the college’s Niceville campus. The galleries are free of charge and open Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Arnie Hart Juried Student Exhibition winners for 2014 include:

• Best in Show: Marcus Gibbs of Navarre, “After the Day”

• First Place 2-D: Alexandria Llewellyn of Mary Esther “Thistle Milk”

• Second Place 2-D: Sophia Luong of Fort Walton Beach, “Bedroom Blues”

• Third Place 2-D: Betty Keefer of Crestview, “Kreepy Klown”

• First Place 3-D: Leslie Hood of Fort Walton Beach, “Woodlin Fairy House”

• Second Place 3-D: Jessica Teasdale of Crestview, “Chara”

• Third Place 3-D: Emily Courtoy of Niceville, “Birdhouse”

Jean Hart, wife of the late college art instructor Arnie Hart, provides an annual gift to help fund the Arnie Hart Juried Student Exhibition. Hart, popular and influential for his "cracked pottery" style, taught at Okaloosa-Walton College from 1966 until his untimely death in 1999. His wife Jean and several friends established the Arnie Hart Art Scholarship Endowment in his memory to honor his longtime devotion to his students.

For information on the Mattie Kelly Arts Center Galleries, contact Galleries Director KC Williams at 729-6004. For information on the college’s art classes or scholarships, contact the Humanities, Fine & Performing Arts Division at 729-5382.