a flyer for an art exhibit ‘Made in America, A Current City’ Exhibition, Jan. 13-Feb. 7

See “Made in America, A Current City” from Jan. 13-Feb. 7 at Brazos Gallery. This solo exhibition by Riley Holloway will feature an artist reception from 11 a.m.-noon Feb. 6 inside Brazos Gallery.

Riley is a Hunting Prize finalist and figurative painter, who attended the Art Institute of Dallas and the Florence Academy of Art. He also attended an artist residency at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas and has his first solo exhibit at The Gallery in Fairmont in 2013.

According to his website, “Holloway is best known for his dynamic work and fresh look at figurative art. His images are often accompanied by text and other personal references embedded within the work…Holloway’s aesthetics create familiar spaces that are rich in storytelling, free from constraints and true to his subjects. Holloway’s technique is undeniable and his content is rich in drama, history and intimacy.” Learn more about Riley here: https://www.rileyholloway.com.

For more information on the Brazos Gallery, visit https://rlc5.dcccd.edu/gallery or call 972-238-6339.

 


Dancers carrying one dancer. Dance Students Perform in ‘Celestial Glow’

The dance program students recently wrapped up a fantastic performance of the fall dance concert “Celestial Glow.” “Thanks for the Richland College faculty and staff who took the time to come see the show and support our student success in the performing arts here at Richland College,” said Gina Sawyer, dance director. “I am also Continue Reading…


Photo of stage setup, featuring an actress standing on a platform with her arms spread wide. Theatre Students Win Awards at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

Congratulations to the Richland College theatre students who recently won several awards at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival – Texas State Festival, held at Panola College Nov. 6-9. Richland performed its full production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and won the following awards: Excellence in Ensemble Acting – The Mechanicals – “A Midsummer Continue Reading…


‘Squares and Stripes’ Exhibit in Brazos Gallery, Sept. 30-Oct. 25

Brazos Gallery will feature “Squares and Strips,” an exhibit by artist Lane Banks, Sept. 30-Oct. 25. This exhibit will showcase paintings of geometric shapes in varying configurations. This show comprises works from two series that developed more or less simultaneously.  One group is Concentric Squares, which has been ongoing for several years, and paintings from Continue Reading…


Brazos Gallery Presents “LUX” by Andrew Kochie, Through July 19

The Brazos Gallery presents “LUX” by Andrew Kochie, with the exhibit being up through July 19. In this exhibit, Andrew pushes the boundaries of refraction and light on hand-etched aluminum panels, which are balanced with works that play with shadow. “LUX” also includes QR Code technology that will reveal stories and thoughts behind the pieces. Continue Reading…


Richland College Dance Program Auditions

Auditions for the Richland College fall dance concert will take place Friday, August 30, 12:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. in Studio GO27. All Richland students are welcome to join us! What to wear? Come prepared to move in comfortable clothes. You will learn short dance combinations taught by the dance faculty. We invite dancers who perform contemporary, Continue Reading…


Brazos Gallery Exhibition by Wayne Loucas: ‘Vietnam Discovered,’ May 3-June 7

Brazos Gallery is presenting an exhibit by Wayne Loucas titled “Vietnam Discovered” May 3-June 7 for the Richland College community. There will be an opening reception for this photography show from 7-9 p.m. May 3.  For more information, visit https://rlc5.dcccd.edu/gallery/richland-galleries/about/.


The Richland College Dance Program Presents Illumination

The Richland College Dance Program presents Illumination in Fannin Main Theater on Friday, April 5, 12:30 and 7:30 p.m. show. It’s free and open seating! Dark Circles Contemporary Dance was founded in 2010 in Seoul, South Korea. The Company’s Dallas-based branch—led by internationally award-winning choreographer and Dance Magazine“25 to Watch,” Joshua L. Peugh—has been hailed Continue Reading…