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Music, film, theatre and more showcased at Humanities Arts Fest

The PBSC Drum Line perform at the festival.

More than 400 people tuned in on their creativity at PBSC’s Humanities Arts Fest 2023 on Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Lake Worth campus.

Attendees at the free event took playwriting classes, created art, watched short films, designed a room, listened to live music and much more. The event was organized to highlight the work of students and faculty in PBSC’s music, fine arts, theater, film, graphic design and interior design departments.

Organizers of the event were: David Gibble (music); Kristin Miller (graphic design and fine arts); Zenaida Espinosa and Nancy Albert (interior design); Dave Hyland (theatre); and Michael Seminerio (film, digital animation and recording arts).

Many more faculty, students and administrators also helped plan and volunteer to make it a success.

“It was a spectacular event representing the creative energy of the college,” said Richard White, interim associate dean of Arts and Humanities. “The organizers were the department chairs conceptualizing the ideas, with a lot of hard work from everyone involved. It does take a village for an event like this come to fruition.”

The Arts Fest 2023 included:

The Nat King Cole Generation Hope’s Project Encore! Upcycling Project

Live Performances:
Progressive Jazz Sextet (students)
Scenes from student theater productions
Classical guitarist Dr. Juan Pena
Panther Pride Drum Line

Classes & Demonstrations:
Playwriting with Rae Randall
Visual Art Demonstrations
Live Drawing with Bridgit Stoffer
Graphic Design Demonstrations

Exhibitions & Activities:
Community Art Projects
Student Short Film Screenings
Faculty and Student Art Exhibits
Design a Room: Interactive Station
Interior Design Display
Roaming Photo Booth
Interact with Film Crew

One exhibit featured the Nat King Cole Generation Hope’s Project Encore! Upcycling Project that provided PBSC art students with unusable musical instruments. Rather than be discarded, instruments were given to students, who in turn created unique assemblage sculptures, which were on display at the festival.

For more information on PBSC’s arts, communication, design and humanities pathways, visit www.

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One comment on “Music, film, theatre and more showcased at Humanities Arts Fest”

  1. The Arts Fest was a real blast! Our students are amazing, and balance creative inspiration, teamwork, and attention to detail.

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