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Arts In Podcast – Lisa Unger

Arts In Podcast Lisa Unger . . . Bestselling suspense novelist Lisa Unger is based here in Pinellas County. Her new book, Last Girl Ghosted, comes out on October 5… Read More

Reflections on Green Book of Tampa Bay

Words and Photos by Denzel Johnson-Green Reflections on Green Book of Tampa Bay   If you missed it, there won’t be another like it. For about a month, TheStudio@620 hosted… Read More

The Art of Repetition

By Margo Hammond The Art of Repetition   Ergo Sum: A Crow a Day, an exhibition at the James Museum which closed just yesterday, featured 365 original works of art… Read More


Pinellas Artists at Work

Waiting, Pruning, Growing

By Kaitlin Murphy-Kundsen Waiting, Pruning, Growing What are Your Roses and Bonsai Trees?   After my brother died, my sister found his plans for a garden he was readying for… Read More

Embracing Discomfort – A New Practice of Courage

By Tatiana Baccari Embracing Discomfort A New Practice of Courage   Today I am writing my 25th and final blog post for Creative Pinellas. It is hard to believe that… Read More

Tell Me a Story, 66 Years Later. . .

By Emily Stehle Tell Me a Story, 66 Years Later. . . Batman and Grandma   I used to read a story to my little sister Tina every night at… Read More

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Arts and Education

Art for Eating’s Sake

By Margo Hammond Art for Eating’s Sake Dunedin Fine Art Center Details here   At the Dunedin Fine Art Center, some masterpieces are not on the walls. They are on… Read More

Hateful Words Cannot Break John Gascot, Founder of Diversity Arts

August 23, 2021 | By Gloria Muñoz Hateful Words Cannot Break John Gascot, Founder of Diversity Arts   Shortly after the 2016 election, John Gascot and his husband woke up… Read More

Green Book of Tampa Bay – On the Road to Social Justice

. . . Green Book of Tampa Bay provides a directory of Black-owned businesses in Pinellas and Hillsborough counties – the online list currently includes more than 700 establishments – as… Read More

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Visual

Reflections on Green Book of Tampa Bay

Words and Photos by Denzel Johnson-Green Reflections on Green Book of Tampa Bay   If you missed it, there won’t be another like it. For about a month, TheStudio@620 hosted… Read More

The Art of Repetition

By Margo Hammond The Art of Repetition   Ergo Sum: A Crow a Day, an exhibition at the James Museum which closed just yesterday, featured 365 original works of art… Read More

How Do You Like Your Art – Fast or Slow?

By Steven Kenny How Do You Like Your Art – Fast or Slow? Find out more about the Slow Art Movement here   Instagram. Think about that name. Insta-gram. Like… Read More

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Performing

100 New Words About Me!

The Arts Coast magazine asked all kinds of artists to find a new and different way to talk about their work – in just 100 words. We received these wonderful… Read More

Together, Again

The COVID-19 pandemic stripped the Tampa Bay dance community of in-person classes and performances for a year and a half. The resilience of this same community led to innovations in… Read More

Artists Cooking

We asked a range of artists whether cooking is part of their artistic practice – or a break from work and art. We asked everyone to share a cookbook that shaped their style, and a recipe.
What these artists shared is thoughtful, mouthwatering and fun. Enjoy…. Read More

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Literary

Arts In Podcast – Lisa Unger

Arts In Podcast Lisa Unger . . . Bestselling suspense novelist Lisa Unger is based here in Pinellas County. Her new book, Last Girl Ghosted, comes out on October 5… Read More

Reflections on Green Book of Tampa Bay

Words and Photos by Denzel Johnson-Green Reflections on Green Book of Tampa Bay   If you missed it, there won’t be another like it. For about a month, TheStudio@620 hosted… Read More

A Book About Hunger, Lust, Loss

By Chelsea Catherine When We Talk of Stolen Sisters by Jessica Mehta A Book About Hunger, Lust, Loss   Jessica Mehta is a poet and novelist who recently was Keep… Read More

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