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MarshallHughs bannerAs the 2014-15 season of art, theater and community engagement opens, I invite you to stop in and experience the energy and excitement in the Media Arts Building.  The college once again welcome photographer Lou Jones as he opens the Resnikoff Gallery’s 2014 Art Exhibitions. The exhibit opens September 5, with the artist’s reception on September 12.  

In addition to the art exhibits, curated by Mirta Tocci, the college is proud to announce that performances from this season’s IRNE award winning Roxbury Repertory Theater will include The Glass Menagerie directed by Artistic Director and OBIE award winner Robbie McCauley. Her nationally acclaimed productions give notoriety to the company which celebrates its tenth anniversary at RCC.

The college will be launching its book signing series beginning with author, Valerie Irick Rainford, Until the Brighter Tomorrow: One Woman’s Courageous Climb from the Projects to the Podium.  This is the first in a series of noted authors who will be visitint the Media Arts Center to tell their stories to the campus and community.

Our regular favorites return, including the Summer Arts Intensive for kids ten to 16. Also returning is the widely celebrated 6 Playwrights in Search of a Stage, where the college introduces six  new plays and an laureate to the world. Whether through civic or cultural engagements, you are encouraged to become involved and inspired as we present thought provoking and spirited conversation in the fine and performing arts. Keep tuned to our new and
improved website, and we will keep you current with events that impactour community and the world beyond.
Looking forward,
Marshall Hughes