PAST PERFORMANCES + EVENTS

PAST PERFORMANCES + EVENTS

We have had the great pleasure of hosting a wide variety of programming here at Suffolk Center, such as the past performances and events listed below. Many thanks to the continuing support of our patrons, members, sponsors, staff, board members, and volunteers who foster the arts here in Suffolk. Please note that some links contained within these past program listings may no longer be valid.

CURRENT PERFORMANCES + EVENTS

MYSTERY AUTHORS FESTIVAL 2017

Saturday
August 12, 2017
1pm-6pm 

OPEN TO PUBLIC
FREE Admission
No Tickets Required

MORE INFORMATION

The Fourth Annual Suffolk Mystery Authors Festival will be held Saturday, August 12, 2017, at the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts (SCCA). A partnership between the SCCA and Suffolk Tourism, this unique festival appeals to avid readers and aspiring writers alike. The event will feature 28 best-selling authors of mystery, suspense, paranormal, horror, romance and women’s fiction. The afternoon’s schedule will feature book signings, a New Author Expo, multiple workshops and moderated panel discussions, concluding at 6 p.m. New this year: a day-long murder mystery game, facilitated by Featured Author Tj O’Connor, with the chance to win great prizes. A limited supply of the latest titles from each author will be available for purchase; attendees are also encouraged to bring their own books to be signed if they so choose. Door prizes will be given away throughout the day.

ADDITIONAL EVENT DETAILS

THE ART OF CINEMA 85 YEARS IN THE MAKING

August 10 – 31, 2017

On view at Suffolk Center’s
BB&T & Norfolk Galleries

Free & Open to the Public
Tuesday – Saturday, 11am-4pm

The Art of Cinema: 85 Years in the Making is a retrospective of iconic posters featuring films released 1932-2017. This exhibit showcases the evolution of film and promotional concepts, as well as artistry throughout nearly nine decades of movie productions. The films depicted in this exhibit have influenced pop culture, design styles and the emotions associated with iconic films. They provide a road map from films of yesterday to the masterpieces of today’s cinema. This exhibit is presented in partnership with Suffolk Division of Tourism.