Please join us on February 12, 2020 for an Exhibition and Artist talk by Artist Eafrica Johnson. The artist talk begins at 4pm in the Mary T. Christian Auditorium. The exhibition dates are February 1st – 29th.exhibition begins at 5 pm followed by the student film festival and awards presentation at 6pm in the Mary T. Christian Auditorium. (Exhibition runs: February 1st to February 29th.)
Please join us April 27, 2019 for an additional screening of the the student documentary: Bay Shore Beach: The Forgotten Line in the Sand
Documentary Screening and Panel Talk: 4 – 6pm in the Mary T. Christian Auditorium at the TNCC Campus in Hampton, VA.
This event is free and open to the public.
This collaborative, student-generated documentary celebrates the indelible mark that Hampton’s Bay Shore Beach, a segregated African American beach, left on the lives of those who benefitted from its existence. The hotel and resort, operated and owned by black Americans from 1898-1970’s, was a nationally renowned vacation destination for African Americans. Against the backdrop of segregation, Bay Shore Beach provided this respite for black Americans who were not allowed on “white only” beaches. The documentary showcases interviews with those who vacationed at the resort as well as several who worked or entertained at the resort before it was destroyed by a hurricane and never rebuilt.
Please join us on April 24th for our Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition and Film Festival. The exhibition begins at 5 pm followed by the student film festival and awards presentation at 6pm in the Mary T. Christian Auditorium. (Exhibition runs: March 29th – April 25th)
Gallery talk by the artist at 4PM
Reception at 5PM
Peter Giscombe, who taught at Thomas Nelson from 2005-14, has been at Norfolk State since 2016. He is also pursuing a Ph.D. in Architectural Art History from the College of William & Mary.
Join us for an exhibition opening featuring artwork from local Peninsula High School teachers.
John Runner is our artist for the September art exhibit. John is a printer and owner of Print 757 in Hilton Village. He received his MFA from Norfolk State/Old Dominion University (joint program) in 2009. In addition to owning and operating Print 757, he is an Assistant Professor at Hampton University. His exhibition titled, LAYERED, will be on display from September 14th to October 18th in the Templin Hall Art Gallery. There will be an opening reception and print making demonstration held on September 26th at 1pm , also in the Templin Hall Art Gallery. Please join us for this exciting event.
Please join us for the 2018 Student Portfolio Presentation on Thursday, May 3rd at 5pm in the Templin Gallery.
Please join us an opening reception for our Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition & Film Festival on Wednesday, April 11th in the Templin Gallery at Thomas Nelson Community College. Award presentations to follow in Mary T. Christian Auditorium.
Please join us for Clayton Singleton’s Fine Art Exhibition, Future Love Paradise, on Thursday, February 8th in the Mary T. Christian Auditorium at Thomas Nelson Community College. A reception in the Templin Gallery will follow the presentation.