Jamie Edwards looked for ways to help her art community through 2020, and opened Beach House 5317 as a collective for artists to show and sell their work.
Get unique, local art from a vending machine; Diversity Arts hosts its final youth art workshop of the year; date set for the Best Seat in the House Chair-ity Auction.
It just isn’t the holiday season until Scrooge makes an appearance, so what a lucky thing it is that St. Pete has not one but two Ebenezers on stage this month.
After the challenges and heartbreak of 2020, singer/songwriter Tanya LaReese decided to revisit her song “God Give Us Peace” and film a music video.
Artist Dawn Waters describes her work as “sugar-coated bundles of detail and slight oddness combined to make unpainted paintings.”
ArtJones proved a welcome change for folks to get outside and see art created in local studios around town Saturday, December 5.
What happens when two small businesses and six area artists team up for the holidays? Trees that sparkle with local art.
“I decided no negative art would be accepted,” Chad Mize said of his Something 2020 show. “We’ve had enough negative stuff going on this year.”
The ArtJones Open Studio Tour, one of Gulfport’s most anticipated art events, is this weekend, December 5 and 6, featuring 12 artists in seven locations.
Cultured Books curates a book list for the holidays, Tombolo Books shares reader favorites and the Gabber Book Club announces last pick for 2020.
Gulfport’s SunFlower Private School, at 5313 27th Ave. S., had a unique solution to a social distancing challenge this year.
Braden Everly and Alyssa Marie are on a mission to change the world, one sunflower at a time. The founders of The Happy Mural Project recently completed their latest mural.