Young artist David Zilich has been working on illustrations for Gulfport author Jamie Casasanta’s new children’s book, “Vio and Ceci’s Great Adventure.”
Brooklyn-based muralist Adam Fujita took a break from the concrete jungle in January to work on a private commission in St. Petersburg.
National Poetry Month ends with the announcement of “Gateway: Gulfport Poets,” the work of 12 hometown poets, edited by Gulfport Poet Laureate Peter Hargitai.
Through antique photos and scenes inspired by vintage postcards, artist Vivia Barron puts the Black community back into focus.
Art Challenge celebrates one year anniversary, PixelStix signs on to urban parks technology, and Gulfport’s Art in the Yard is on again in the fall.
Pinellas County Schools transitional students show off what they’ve learned – in art and in life – at Creative Clay’s first Friday art markets
This month’s readers are learning how to live a peaceful life, reveling in historical fiction and diving into the role of women in Imperial Rome.
Videographer and graphic artist Dwight Mathis started drawing Dragon Ball Z comics in school and never looked back.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with plenty of ways to enjoy poetry, plus a literary dating game and updates on local book clubs.
Atelier de SoSi in St. Petersburg, originally a workspace for metal and wood, was recently renovated and relaunched for pop ups.
Gulfport’s newest art event, Art in the Yard, had a double-the-expected turnout of artists selling their work in yards all over town Saturday, March 27.
The Gabber talks to author Florida Book Award-winner Gale Massey about her newest short story collection “Rising and Other Stories.”