HARRISBURG, Pa. – HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, shares recent news, including:
- Time Stands Still with Internationally Known Artist at HACC
- HACC Celebrates Classes of 2020
Time Stands Still with Internationally Known Artist at HACC
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The paintings by Edmond Praybe, an internationally known artist, will be displayed in a virtual art exhibit curated by the Rose Lehrman Art Gallery at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, from Jan. 19-Feb. 11, 2021.
Praybe’s work focuses on reinventing a feeling of the world he inhabits by searching for a quality of timelessness in his images and depicting a very specific sense of time and place in each piece. The paintings feel familiar and unexpected and believable but not always entirely logical.
Using Zoom, Praybe will discuss his work on Feb. 11 at 5:30 p.m. To learn how to join the lecture, please visit the Rose Lehrman Art Gallery website. The lecture and exhibit are free and open to the public.
Praybe is a Baltimore-area painter and draftsman with a home and studio in Arnold, Maryland. His current work reflects the themes of still life, figures in interiors and landscapes. He has been teaching painting at Anne Arundel Community College since fall 2015. His works have been included in solo, small group and national juried exhibitions throughout the U.S., extensively in New York and the Baltimore metro area.
The Rose Lehrman Art Gallery received state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Event details are subject to change. For more information, please contact Shawn Williams at 717-780-2478 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo Caption: “Hand Mirror” by Edmond Praybe, an internationally known painter whose works will be displayed virtually in the Rose Lehrman Art Gallery.
HACC Celebrates Classes of 2020
HARRISBURG, Pa. – On Dec. 15, 2020, HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, celebrated its spring and summer 2020 graduates, and those eligible to graduate in the fall 2020 semester at the College’s first-ever virtual Commencement ceremony.
Throughout the unprecedented year of 2020, HACC graduates navigated the global pandemic and the transition to remote learning to earn their HACC degree, certificate or diploma. The virtual ceremony provided HACC leadership the chance to applaud their successes, and provided graduates the opportunity to thank those who supported them on their HACC journey.
The classes of 2020 will enter the workforce as healthcare workers, paralegals and digital marketing professionals. Others will transfer to four-year schools, including Wilmington University, the Pennsylvania State University, Shippensburg University and Messiah University.
The full lists of spring, summer and fall graduates are available, as well as photos of HACC’s graduates. Interested individuals can view the full ceremony on HACC’s YouTube channel.
The College received support from its Commencement sponsor, Glatfelter Insurance Group.
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