Fine art painter Anna Ayres was hard at work last week on her nature-based column murals outside Brenda McMahon Gallery in Gulfport.
Best Seat in the House: A Chair-ity Auction with a View was postponed in March. Due to ongoing COVID concerns, organizers decided to wait until next year.
A Reader’s Delight: The Gabber Book Club with Tombolo Books, the Times Festival of Reading and book talks at the Gulfport Library.
When asked how their work relates to the October 2 Art Walk theme of “Metamorphosis: Art For Hope and Healing,” two Gulfport artists had very different responses.
A new arts destination is coming to the South St. Pete Warehouse District: the Fairgrounds arts complex.
St. Petersburg Opera Company is introducing two new series in September, doing their part to ensure classical music does not go on permanent hiatus.
What is “Vintage Improv”? It’s a wild and fun performance art featuring the talents and interests of mature improvisers over the age of 50.
“When a viewer sees my drawing, I want them to also see themselves in it,” says Zoe Papas, whose work will be featured at the October 2 Art Walk in Gulfport.
The Gulfport Merchants Chamber is ready to unveil the event’s metamorphosis into the Third Saturday IndieFaire, on Saturday, October 17.
Gulfport Merchants Chamber is extending their call to artists for “Metamorphosis: Art for Hope and Healing” – apply by September 17.
“All my paintings have a story to tell,” says Gulfport artist Jila Davoodi whose work will be featured in the return of the First Friday Art Walk on October 2.
The Gabber talked with three writers from the Gulfport/St. Petersburg area to get the scoop on their latest books.