St. Petersburg’s main branch library is now the President Barack Obama Main Library; Wordier Than Thou virtual publishing conference; the Gabber Book Club.
The Gulfport Fine Arts Festival in Veteran’s Park this weekend is scaled back this year, but the featured artwork is as original as ever.
At the tail end of December 2020, four eye-catching murals joined the explosion of outdoor art in our area. But these weren’t just for show.
First Friday Art Walk features artist of the month Patricia Kluwe Deridian; Mize Gallery keeps it “cute” and calls for Florida artists.
Veteran potter Charlie Parker has brought on an apprentice in his studio to continue the legacy of his work.
In spite of the challenges, Gulfport Fine Arts Festival will go on with the show while still ensuring a healthy environment for all.
“What We’re Reading” is a column about readers in the community and the books they love, in their own words.
In March 2020, Camilla Byrd found $50 worth of forgotten oil paint in a wayward closet. The 29-year-old painter never looked back.
Students in the Journeys in Journalism magnet program are exhibiting their photojournalism work at Studio@620 through January 30, in-person and virtually.
Sure, you could start binging yet another series, but there are other options – and some of them are live and local.
For the first time in 48 years, the Annual Art Festival Beth-El – normally held at Temple Beth-El in South Pasadena – will be available online only, through a virtual gallery.
Do you love to read? There’s a whole lot going on for readers in the area, whether you love cozy mysteries or non-fiction.