“Can you hear the song that has been playing for over four centuries?” asks curator Desmond Clark.
SKYWAY, a huge survey of local art, is a collaboration between museums in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Sarasota.
The paintings and a massive walk-through aluminum-and-paper sculpture will address global concerns about warming seas.
Tampa Bay Talks: They’re raising thousands in scholarships for African American students via the Woodson Warriors art auction
Jane Bunker and Mason Morfit talk about the latest chapter in their crusade to raise scholarship funds for African-American students in Pinellas.
La’Ford has been chosen by the NFL to create paintings for all 75 team owners.
It’s been 10 years!? On the one hand, I feel like St. Petersburg’s most celebrated museum opened its iconic building just yesterday, and on the other hand it’s become such a landmark that it feels like it’s been here forever. But no, it was back on Jan. 11, 2011 that a wacky parade led by […]
The Madeira Beach-based artist is known for his distinctively realistic portraiture.
Choose from a yacht, a mobile winery, the entire floor of a luxury hotel, and a portrait like no other.
You know how, when you’ve been away from home for a long time, everything looks different when you return? That’s sort of the experience one has upon seeing the revamp of the Museum of Fine Arts’ original 1965 galleries. Except it’s not your eyes deceiving you; the galleries, which reopened to the general public on […]
Many businesses in the Tampa Bay area slowly reopened over the summer, including most of our favorite museums – with one notable exception. The Museum of Fine Arts, the oldest museum in St. Petersburg and a main attraction on downtown’s Beach Drive, made the very difficult decision to remain closed throughout the summer months. “Much of our membership falls into higher-risk […]