Visuals Arts & Film

Filmmaking Close to Home and Global

By Susana Darwin

By Susana Darwin. My ten-minute film “Flag Act” will have its US premiere on Saturday, October 7, at the Tampa Bay Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival. I’ve been politically active for more than 40 years, and each of my three short narrative films has focused on the experiences of women…. Read More

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Performing Arts

Musicians Tune Into Hidden Women of Baroque Music

By Kurt Loft

By Kurt Loft. Baroque music “is relevant because in a way it’s new, with people hearing it for the first time,’’ says artistic director of St Pete Baroque, Dan Urbanowicz. “These instruments are outside anything most people know and most are very rare.’’… Read More

Strings, Arts and Healing

By Sheila Cowley

Murals in Mind

By Gabrielle Reeder

The Art of Mystery

By Margo Hammond

We Are Artists Creating

By Skyla Luckey

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Literary Arts

A Tale of Self-Discovery 

By L.L. Kirchner

By L.L. Kirchner. I heard of Kali before I saw her image. “Kali is the goddess of divine transformation,” boomed my yoga philosophy teacher. “Beware of following Kali,” came the next words from my teacher’s mouth. “She will destroy your life.”… Read More

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Arts & Education

Zooming Superheroes

By Troy Bernardo

Story and Photos by Troy Bernardo. I grew up on comics. But back then, only nerds read comics, so you had to make sure you never told anyone you liked them. But now, with the inundation of Marvel and DC movies, not only do people read comics, they’re admired for their visuals and storytelling…. Read More

An Artistic Treasure Hunt

By Harriet Monzon-Aguirre

Banned Books Club for Kids

By Nicole Slaughter Graham

The Art of Growing

By Fatemah Tuwainah

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Artists at Work

That’s a wrap!

By Elizabeth Barenis

As the grant period draws to a close, I look back at the past five months in gratitude to Creative Pinellas for their continued support of my journey as a… Read More

Making New Work

By Andee Scott

The Shape of Memory

By Andee Scott

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