Two New Free Exhibits in March

Creative Pinellas welcomes two beautiful free exhibits this month. Youth Art Month shares the visual artwork of Pinellas County students in grades K-8 at the Creative Pinellas Gallery in Largo, and at Poynter Park in downtown St. Pete, a large-scale exhibit of inspirational visual by Embracing Our Differences…. Read More

The Florida Highwaymen – Down the Road Again

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

Florida Man: Poems with Prints

During a recent poetry/memoir panel at ReadOUT, an audience member asked about my poetry prints. The poet wanted to know: 1) if I write poems with prints in mind (meaning,… Read More

From Horror to Harmony

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. “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

Emerging Designers Showcase at the Dalí

The Dalí Museum invites creative teens each year to learn the intricate art of fashion design – and runway presentation – while creating work inspired by Salvador Dalí. These emerging artists share their… Read More

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