Art Exhibit Showcasing Work of 2020 PCC Graduates

Collage of photos from the Handmade Serotonin exhibit.

WINTERVILLE—The Pitt Community College Fine Arts Department has an art exhibit on display in the Eddie & Jo Allison Smith Center for Student Advancement’s Michael Aman Jr. Gallery.

Titled “Handmade Serotonin: A Mixed Media Experience,” the exhibit features the work of 2020 PCC graduates Alexis Davis and Caitlin Swearengin. It is free and open for public viewing.

Davis, a Pitt County native, earned an Associate in Fine Arts from PCC, as well as an associate degree in Welding Technology. She is currently enrolled at East Carolina University, where she is double majoring in Ceramics and Art Education.

Swearengin has been a North Carolina resident the past 10 years. She earned an Associate in Fine Arts from PCC and is now pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Art Education from ECU.

“Handmade Serotonin” will be on display through mid-March. A closing reception for the exhibit has been scheduled for March 12, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., in the Smith Center’s Chris Smith Multipurpose Room.