The Darker Side of Mozart

By Kurt Loft. Keyboard virtuoso Dejan Lazić makes an indelible imprint as an interpreter of Mozart, and listeners can judge for themselves when he joins The Florida Orchestra in the Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K. 466. This dark and turbulent work opens the orchestra’s final masterworks program of the season, anchored by Wagner’s Ring Without Words… Read More

Dalí on the Fly

By Harriet Monzon-Aguirre. Dropping off my children at school one day I noticed a shipping container in the parking lot and painted on the side read, “Dalí on the Fly” with a small rendering of a young Salvador Dalí clad in a blue sailor suit holding a hoop. “Wow look at that guys, you have a mobile Dalí art exhibition right here at your school!”… Read More

Sunset at Sugar Sand Festival

By Harriet Monzon-Aguirre. This week my family and I decided to enjoy the steadfast sand of Clearwater Beach at the Sugar Sand Festival. We were immediately amazed by the intricacy and delicate details of the massive sand sculptures…. Read More

Braiding as Both Art and Power

By Jake-ann Jones. Tedra’s Cultural Arts Braid Experience in Clearwater presents its first Kids Brave Braids Art Show on April 15 at The Factory St. Pete from 5 to 7 p.m. Valerie “Tedra” Rutledge founded the nonprofit educational project focused on teaching youth the skill and art of perfecting braid hairstyles…. Read More

Exploring Visual Movement

The Clearwater Arts Alliance in partnership with Creative Pinellas is excited to present a free exhibit of K-8th grade works of art from Pinellas County Schools. The vibrant artwork is inspired by the theme of Visual Movement – how to convey motion or action through an image…. Read More

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