Last weekend, Suntan Art Center’s 100 Artist Show in Horan Park closed out its third year featuring art ranging from small jewelry to large Tiki totems.
There’s a strong probability that this Thursday you’ll sit down to Thanksgiving dinner. This, as we all know, is a tribute to the first Thanksgiving. The History Channel, however, as well as most of America, is mistaken. The true first Thanksgiving took place long before that – in Florida.
Dalí Museum Curator Craig Petersburg presented “Picasso/Dalí, Dalí/Picasso: A Story of Influence, Rivalry, Obsession” at the St. Petersburg Public Library Saturday, November 22.
Visitors flocked to the beach behind the Bilmar Beach Resort in Treasure Island Sunday, November 23, to view the winning sand sculptures.
Eckerd College Theatre Discipline presented “Waiting for Godot,” the theatrical play of the season for one last time November 16.
Susanne Vernon, whose Queen and Her Knight is one of the installations in Clymer Park, plans to open the gallery in November.
Inspiring women modeled for A Woman’s Journey: Annual Fashion Show & Luncheon Saturday, November 8, at Our Savior Lutheran Church.
Friday night the City of Imagination gallery opened its “Gulfport: Its People and Places” photo show.
At the September 20 third Saturday Art Walk, & Gallery celebrated its second anniversary.
The outer wall of the Amsterdam in St. Petersburg’s EDGE District turned into an all-people’s canvas on September 11, conveying messages of kindness for the global Kindness Riot.
Two weeks after the promised arrival date, only one artist has fulfilled their contract and installed their promised art in Clymer Park.
Welcome to Creative Clay, the studio and gallery that gave Toni hope and, her family says, changed her life.