In the Heart of the Art with The Birchwood featuring Rootman

Frederick “Rootman” Woods

Frederick Woods (Rootman) is a Florida native who grew up in the small North Florida town of Hampton. From an early age he loved to draw and taught himself by… Read More

The Birchwood

With its stylish accommodations, rooftop lounge boasting panoramic views of the waterfront, and a commitment to personalized service, The Birchwood promises a refined and memorable stay for travelers looking to immerse themselves in the dynamic art and culture scene of St. Petersburg…. Read More

Artsy Places to Visit in the Area

Sunken Gardens

By Lisa Bianchi

St. Pete’s oldest living museum is a botanical paradise in the midst of the bustling city. The 100-year-old Sunken Gardens is home to some of the oldest tropical plants in the region…. Read More

St. Petersburg Museum of History

By Lisa Bianchi

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Sacred Lands Preservation and Education

By Lisa Bianchi

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In Arts Coast News

The Florida Highwaymen – Down the Road Again

By Margo Hammond

By Margo Hammond. The Florida Highwaymen returned to The Studio@620 in downtown St. Pete this month — or at least their spirits did, thanks to an exhibition of their paintings a reading of a play written and directed by Bob Devin Jones…. Read More

From Horror to Harmony

By Kurt Loft

By Kurt Loft. The words of Ann Frank unfold through music when the Master Chorale of Tampa Bay presents Annelies, an adaptation of the diary as a large-scale choral work. “There are a million reasons to do this piece” … Read More

Can a performer get in the way of a composer?

By Kurt Loft

By Kurt Loft. “I honestly feel that the music always goes first and our main goal as musicians is to be just a kind of translator of what we think the composer may want,’’ says pianist Javier Perianes, who joins The Florida Orchestra for Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto…. Read More

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