Art Faculty Show
Changing Exhibition Galleries
March 2 - April 20, 2014
Exhibition Open House
Sunday, March 2, 3-5 p.m.
Free (donations welcome)
Come celebrate the creative and wide-ranging
accomplishments of the SPC art faculty
and enjoy gallery talks, a reception and
entertainment from the SPC music program.
This exhibition presents current artwork created by the fulltime
and adjunct visual arts faculty of St. Petersburg College.
The show demonstrates the commitment and dedication of
the arts faculty to art education while also displaying high
standards for their own artistic development.
See whose work will be on display in this exhibit.
A French-Inspired Soiree
with Dominique Labauvie
Exhibit on display in Terrace, Lobby and Lobby Side Galleries
Through April 20, 2014
Internationally-known French sculptor Dominique Labauvie (French, b. 1948) is
the artist selected to show on the Museum Terrace this exhibition season. For
the exhibit, Labauvie presents four large-scale metal sculptures created between
1991 and 2013. Each is fabricated using new and recycled steel, including some
Carnegie steel removed from the original Columbus Drive bridge in Tampa, that
is then torch-cut and forged. Located on the Terrace and in the Museum Lobby
galleries, the show also includes four photogravure/woodcut prints Labauvie
created in 2012. All works are on loan from Bleu Acier, Inc., located in Tampa.
Labauvie’s work can be seen online at www.labauvie.com.
LRMA receives distinguished AAM accreditation
The Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art has been Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), Washington, D.C.
Watch this YouTube video from AAM President Ford Bell.
2014 Spring Newsletter
Find out what's going on at the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art this winter.
Get the details here.
The mission of the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art is to collect, conserve, exhibit and protect the works of art entrusted to its care and stewardship. Through its exhibitions, programs and expanding collection of 20th and 21st century art, the Museum strives to engage and inspire our diverse community by providing opportunities for education, enlightenment, interpretation, and research to students, scholars and visitors.
Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art
LRMA's building, designed by Tarpon Springs Architect Ed Hoffman, has been nominated as one of the Top 100 Buildings in the Florida Architecture: 100 Years, 100 Places competition held by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida. The association's mission is to unite, educate and position architects to lead the shaping of Florida's future.