Creation and navigating the business of art is tricky. The Gulfport Merchants Chamber helps artists navigate both with its Rise & Shine grant.
Gabber Book Club debuts, flash fiction contest aims to boost creativity and Keep St. Pete Lit hosts Typewriter Talks.
Joetta Keene spent 30 years as a lawyer in capital murder cases; now she paints portraits of animals with great stories.
Voice Your Vote 2020 features an original song and video written and performed by artists all around Tampa Bay.
Floridians are a writerly bunch. We talked to three local writers who reside in the Gulfport/St. Petersburg area and have new releases in 2020.
What started out as a question on Facebook became the Art Challenge, a mix of professional artists and hobbyists welcome to participate in the medium of their choice.
At 11, local resident Siri Yun is one of the youngest finalists in the Celebration of Music Virtual Show – competing with musicians almost twice her age.
“What We’re Reading” is about readers in the community and the books they love, in their own words. To kick things off, we talked to the founders of local nonprofits.
The Mize Gallery celebrates album covers with sixty artists reimagining iconic covers for the “Sounds Good” exhibit.
Local musical duo Marianne & The Professor entertain with pop oldies, standards, a dash of country and even some Broadway tunes.
The Times Festival of Reading and Writers in Paradise are still on, but with some pandemic-related changes.
All Tampa Bay artists are invited to enter the Come Out St. Pete art contest and exhibit, hosted in conjunction with Woodfield Fine Art Gallery. Come Out St. Pete […]