• PCC baseball is in a double header on Feb. 26 against NOC-Tonkawa. First pitch is at 1 pm.

PCC student digital photography on exhibit for April

07 April 2016

This month, the Delmar Riney Art Gallery features “student photographers” from the spring semester digital photography class. The class is instructed by Stan Reimer, Master Photographer Craftsman C.P.P ASP, of Stan Reimer Photography and Gallery, Pratt. The exhibit showcases a variety of styles from PCC students and Reimer himself.

PCC library and resource center receives grant

22 January 2016

The Linda Hunt Memorial Library and Learning Resource Center (LRC) was awarded with a grant from the South Central Community Foundation and Eleanor Kerr Fund.

PCC employee and student artwork on display

19 November 2015

‘Tis the season of giving and Pratt Community College is giving students, employees, and the community the gift of artwork on display at the Delmar Riney Art Gallery. The November and December exhibit will display an array of artwork from photography and paintings to cross stitching all of which have been contributed by PCC employees and students.

Local Photographer Displays Work in Delmar Riney Gallery

08 July 2015

During July, Pratt Community College’s Delmar Riney Art Gallery will exhibit the works of featured artist John Patton. 

“Since taking my first photography class at the age of 17, I was hooked on the medium,” said Patton. “At that time there was little to no digital photography. Learning on film was a great benefit to me because I had to take more time to consider composition and camera settings to get the shot right the first time. Those lessons have carried through to this day.”

February Gallery Displays Work of Neil Goss

02 February 2015

During the month of February, the Delmar Riney Art Gallery at Pratt Community College will display the works of Featured Artist Neil Goss. Goss lives in Lawrence, Kan. where he concentrates his work around natural Earth processes while responding to human impacts upon those processes. 
 

Pratt Art Institutions Partner to Form South Central Kansas Artists’ Guild

27 January 2015

Locals with a love of art and photography are invited to join the newly formed South Central Kansas Artists’ Guild. This organization is a cooperative of the Pratt Community College Delmar Riney Art Gallery and the Vernon Filley Art Museum. The first meeting will be held on February 11 at 7 p.m. at VFAM and all are welcome.

South Central Kansas Artists’ Guild Meeting

The South Central Kansas Artists’ Guild is a cooperative of the Pratt Community College Delmar Riney Art Gallery and the Vernon Filley Art Museum. The Guild was created for individuals who share a love of the arts and photography and are interested in gathering to learn, engage, promote and share information about the arts and photography. Monthly meetings provide members the opportunity to 1) share their recent art or photography experience, 2) exchange and share on a selected topic, and 3) learn about or from guest artists or photographers.

January Exhibit Features Sowa and Startists

05 January 2015

During the month of January, the Delmar Riney Art Gallery at Pratt Community College features the work of Tiffany Sowa and her students. Sowa is a traveling art instructor and the owner of “You’re Fired Ceramics and Canvas” in Coldwater, Kan. 

Filmmaker Shares Reflection of Life, Work in Western Kansas

25 October 2014

On Oct. 21, filmmaker Patrick Clement visited Pratt Community College to take part in a brown bag lunch and discussion of his film "Somewhere Between Freedom and Protection, Kansas." The lunch was attended by middle school, high school, college students, and PCC faculty and staff.
 

Marion Artist Displays Work in Delmar Riney Gallery

03 September 2014

The September exhibit in the Pratt Community College Delmar Riney Art Gallery features the works of Sheri Lauren Schmidt of Marion, Kan. Schmidt’s work encompasses acrylic, watercolor, digital photography, pen, pencil, pastels in a unique combination of both large canvases and murals to small-scale illustrations. The collection on display is modeled after a previous exhibition called Whimsy and Wise, which juxtaposed works of playful lights with serious darks. 
 

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