Tea, Dalí & Me

By Margo Hammond. I went to a tea party at the Dalí. A woman in a floral hooped skirt offered us a choice of teas, and a man in a top hat poured steaming water into my cup… Read More

BEACON ’24

By Helen French. This year’s BEACON dance performance features four world premieres, 20 dance artists, two local dance companies, two live musicians, one spoken word artist and one dance film…. Read More

Meat Your Maker at Eckerd College

By Tom Winchester. Jahcinda Law’s exhibition titled “Meat Your Maker,” recently on view at Eckerd College, brought together family heirlooms, ceramic trompe-l’oeils and cyanotypes that represent what it’s like to be a woman…. Read More

The Naked Truth About Art

By Margo Hammond. This past year two remarkable shows in St. Pete added to the long, illustrious history of arts and nudity. Both creatively confronted the naked truth about art – it’s supposed to be provocative…. Read More

Dalí & The Impressionists

By Tony Wong Palms. “Dali & The Impressionists” fills another gap in the ever-expanding library of exhibitions the Dalí Museum has developed, telling Dalí stories – from those who influenced him, to his own practice… Read More

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