Palm Beach State College professor Kristin Miller Hopkins and adjunct instructor Symantha Jones are two of 30 artists who were recently chosen to showcase their artwork in the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County’s Biennial 2021 exhibition.
Hopkins and Jones, who are each presenting in the juried exhibition for the first time, were selected from a pool of 150 Palm Beach County artists. The free exhibition runs through May 28 at the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County, … Continue reading Hopkins and Jones artwork featured in Biennial exhibition →
The Humanities Division of Palm Beach State College has teamed up with the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County to showcase the work of 18 Fine Arts faculty at the Cultural Council Gallery in downtown Lake Worth.
The exhibit opens on Sept. 13 and runs through Nov. 9. It is free and open to the public. A special student and staff opening reception will be held from from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 14 at the Gallery located at 601 Lake Ave. … Continue reading PBSC Fine Arts Faculty exhibit opens at the Cultural Council Gallery →
An art piece created by Professor Kristin Miller Hopkins is now the theme of Agnes Scott College’s 44th Annual Writers’ Festival, the oldest continuous literary event in Georgia. The festival will be held March 26-27 in Decatur, Ga.
Hopkins, an associate professor of art and design at Palm Beach State College, unveiled the mixed media piece titled “Family Trees” in an exhibit in 2012 with 11 other pieces of the same name at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County. … Continue reading Hopkins art piece “Family Trees” selected as theme for writers festival →
Travelers and visitors at the Palm Beach International Airport can see the artwork of three Palm Beach State College faculty members.
The artwork of Professors Sherry Stephens, Wayne Stephens and Kristin Miller Hopkins were selected for the current “Art at the Airport” exhibit sponsored by Palm Beach County’s Art in Public Places program. The exhibit began Feb. 26 and runs through June 25 on Level 2 of the main airport terminal, across from Travelers Lounge.
Nearly 90 artworks were submitted and the county’s Public Art Committee selected 24 based on their artistic merit and composition. … Continue reading Art at the Airport exhibit features work of three PBSC professors →