Featured Articles

For Art Museums to Survive, They Must Serve Minority Audiences Better

Art museums are failing to serve minority audiences – and if they want to survive, that has to change. According to a recent assessment by the (...)

BY DAVID MORRIS | FEATURED ARTICLES, VISUAL ARTS

Much More Than Art For Sale

The Community Embrace of Carla Bristol’s Gallerie 909   On entering Gallerie 909, you’ll notice wall-to-ceiling displays of (...)

BY JULIE GARISTO | FEATURED ARTICLES, VISUAL ARTS

Gentrification Cycles: The Artists

This article is part one of a three-part series in which we explore the perspectives of three groups of people affected by gentrification.   (...)

BY EVA AVENUE | FEATURED ARTICLES, LITERATURE, MUSIC, PERFORMING ARTS, VISUAL ARTS

Art in the City

St. Petersburg-based Filmmaker Makes Film About Art Healing War Wounds When St. Petersburg-based indie filmmaker Jabaar Edmonds set out to make (...)

BY QUINCY WALTERS | FEATURED ARTICLES, PERFORMING ARTS

When I Step on Stage in Front of a Piano… | Interview with Elizabeth Baker

Thanks to the efforts of sound maven Elizabeth A. Baker, who’s culmination of influences national and international has bestowed Florida with (...)

BY EVA AVENUE | FEATURED ARTICLES, MUSIC, PERFORMING ARTS

Arts In: Tom Sivak

Tom Sivak Tom Sivak is an adventurous composer and lyricist who talks about turning Beatles songs into Bach fugues, a musical version of “The (...)

BY BARBARA ST. CLAIR | FEATURED ARTICLES, MUSIC, PODCAST

Local Creatives Gain Inspiration and More from Women’s March

Local Artists and Writers Who Participated in the Marches Discuss the Role of Creative Expression and Collaboration in Shaping the Historic Event (...)

BY JULIE GARISTO | FEATURED ARTICLES, LITERATURE, MUSIC, VISUAL ARTS

Journey with Infinite Third | An Interview with Billy Mays III

On first blush, composer Infinite Third may evoke the likes of Mogwai or Caspian, but he’s incorporated his own grab bag of unique elements to (...)

BY DANIEL VEINTIMILLA | FEATURED ARTICLES, LITERATURE, MUSIC

Local Writers Resist Takes Part in a National Cause

All images by Daniel Veintimilla for Creative Pinellas On Sunday, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and the beginning of President-Elect (...)

BY JULIE GARISTO | FEATURED ARTICLES, LITERATURE

Ed Lowery Drums Up Delicious Interplay Between Food and Art

A handful of local restaurants have positioned themselves to be an integral part of our local arts scene — providing an inspiring symbiosis (...)

BY JULIE GARISTO | FEATURED ARTICLES, VISUAL ARTS

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