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Since 2004, Embracing Our Differences has used the power of art and education to expand consciousness and open the heart to celebrate the diversity of the human family. It accomplishes this through i…
Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art gallery presents “The Shock of the New: Craig Rubadoux, Susan Zukowsky and Peter Stephens,” April 8-May 7. Curated by Mark Ormand, the exhibit features new work by thi…
5 sessions, 15 hours, W, 9:30 AM-12:30 PMPT125, April 27-May 25$225, Kathy WrightThis fresh approach to landscape painting frees you to express your interpretation of the landscape, flora and scene t…
Joanna Karpay’s oil paintings will be featured in a month-long exhibit entitled “Old Florida Splendor” this May at Island Gallery West. A Tampa native, Joanna has spent a lifetime developing her awar…
Printmaking has never been so much fun! This series of classes focuses on non-toxic printmaking processes. Students will explore monoprinting, a great process due to its immediacy and painterly qu…
Where do you get your inspiration from? In this class, students will learn how to tap into endless resources so they never have to fear that blank canvas again! They will explore a myriad of ways t…
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Sarasota Ballet knocked it out of the park again with its evening with Ashton and Balanchine. The Sir Frederick Ashton piece, “Enigma Variations,” debuting stateside, captured a classic setting in the late 19th century with some of the…Continue
“The Sam Cooke Story” featured an incredible artist whose life was cut short under very suspicious circumstances. In a remarkable performance, Cecil E. Washington, Jr. was transcendent as Cooke, singing some of the most beautiful songs ever…Continue
by Bonnie Beth Silvestri
“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” now playing at Asolo Repertory Theatre is a perfect bookend to “West Side Story,” the tragic tale of star-crossed lovers of different racial backgrounds that opened the…Continue
“Ah, Wilderness” is a perfectly cast and performed tableau of life at the turn of the century when an upper middle-class, intellectual family, the Millers, come together for a long weekend to celebrate the country’s founding on the Fourth of…Continue
Among the best shows this season is the uproariously funny “Living on Love” – a delightful tonic (there are even still a few seats available for Valentine’s Day) about big egos, young romance, and everlasting love. Vito (Karl Hamilton) and…Continue
The Sarasota Fairgrounds, 3000 Ringling Blvd, on Friday 9-5, Saturday 10-6, and Sunday 10-5.…Continue
“All the Way” is a riveting drama, anchored by outstanding performances by three tremendous actors portraying three great men, Lyndon Baines Johnson (Nick Wyman), Martin Luther King, Jr. (A.K. Murtadha), and Hubert Humphrey (Karl Hamilton). The…Continue
Celebrate Christmas with the Westcoast Black Theatre Company’s World Premiere of “A Motown Christmas” through December 31, 2015.
Westcoast Black Theatre Company has proven once again a powerhouse - always game for an entertainment…Continue
“Tonight, tonight, won’t be just any night,” that is if you are lucky enough to have tickets to see Asolo Repertory Theatre’s Broadway masterpiece “West Side Story.”
A former Upper West-sider myself, the “meet cute” between…Continue