Explore a new season of visual & performing arts events!
Explore the 2015-2016 Bailey Hall Presents series featuring nine performances with an assortment of accomplished musical artists and theatre performances. “Last year, Bailey Hall underwent an extensive renovation, and in many ways, this series is a fresh start and a reflection of that transformation,” said Dr. Daniel Barnard, Broward College associate dean of cultural affairs. “We have worked hard to schedule high-quality and dynamic performances that will appeal to a diverse South Florida population.” Learn more at baileyhall.org.
The South Campus Office of Cultural Affairs – also known as BSOCA – will host a series of art events during the Fall 2015-Spring 2016 semesters at the South Campus Art Gallery located at 7200 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines. This year South is celebrating the opening of a new Science building, all of the exhibits are related to the STEM disciplines. Each exhibit will have its own reception and panel discussion on the complementary nature of the knowledge found in the arts and the “hard” sciences. The first exhibit "Poetic Kinetics" explores the relationship between art, kinetics, and engineering. For more information, email BSOCA@broward.edu or visit www.bsoca.com. To view the Art Gallery calendar click here.
VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS
Whether your tastes run to modern dance, classical music, outrageous art exhibits, cool jazz or vibrant theater, Broward College's Visual and Performing Arts has it covered. Explore our shows, revel in our productions and – most of all – enjoy the fact that you've been let in on the best that South Florida has to offer in the arts. Learn more at browardvpa.com. To view the 2015-2016 Season Calendar click here.
VISITING ARTIST SERIES 2015-2016
For the first time, this year’s series will feature artists that incorporate the educational disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) into their artistic process. Both the lectures and workshops are free and open to the public. To view the Artist Series Visual Scholars brochure, click here.