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Marlane Wurzbach’s bold and colorful acrylic paintings will be featured in a month-long exhibit entitled “New Horizons” this January at Island Gallery West. Ms. Wurzbach was a longtime resident of An…
Witness this colorblind artist’s amazing gifts as he paints two large murals to music and shares his faith journey. Free Will Offering. See www.PaintedChrist.com for more about him.
The Nashville dynamic duo’s rich repertoire ranges from gospel to pop, country to Broadway, blues to jazz. See www.DaveandDaphne.com for more. $10 tickets benefit missions here and abroad; available…
Joanna Karpay’s oil and pastel paintings will be featured in a month-long exhibit entitled “The Color of Sunlight” this February at Island Gallery West. As part of the monthly Holmes Beach Art Distri…
The madeby Gallery on the campus of Ringling College of Art and Design (Ulla Searing Student Center, First Floor) Alumni Show: “For the Love of Nature “ Featuring the Work of Alumni Artists: Scott F…
Judy Saltzman’s month-long March exhibit "Sea Escapes: Celebration of the Sea and Sail" is a collection of vibrant and expressive watercolor paintings. Judy has a deep affinity for watercolor, both f…
Started by Joe Spinella, Tenor / Singer in Sample Title Nov 28, 2017.
Started by Joe Spinella, Tenor / Singer in Sample Title Jun 5, 2017.
Started by John R Math in Sample Title Apr 6, 2017.
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Watching Abdul-Khaliq “A.K.” Murtadha portray Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in “The Mountaintop” is a bit like being visited in a dream by Reverend King himself. “The Mountaintop,” staged by the Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe, imagines the slain…Continue
What’s in a name? Before William Shakespeare became the most famous playwright of all time, he was Will, a struggling poet with writer’s block. “Shakespeare in Love,” a play within a play, imagines young Will’s transformation into the immortal…Continue
The Christmas season is in full swing, and the Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe has outdone itself once again with this year’s “A Motown Christmas.” When performed in 2015, I really enjoyed the show, which was a nice balance of a mini-history…Continue
The Sarasota Ballet’s production “Metropolitan” opening on December 1st was a night to remember. The evening was billed as a tribute to New York and although the connection among the pieces was a bit tenuous (all were choreographed by…Continue
Asolo Repertory Theatre has demonstrated another masterstroke with “Evita,” which opened last week. The casting, costumes, staging, and choreography all smashed through the barriers of the more traditional Broadway staging of the Andrew Lloyd…Continue
We have a lot to be grateful for over these past 12 years. We are especially grateful to each and every one of you. We are blessed to be a part of this amazing community of artists and arts lovers! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
The Sarasota Ballet made a triumphant return for its 27th season with the magical production “The Secret Garden” choreographed by Will Tuckett. The ballet was choreographed for the Sarasota Ballet and was first performed three years ago. Time to…Continue