The Artists' Way
For decades, visual artists have lived, worked and dreamed in Sarasota. The legacy they’ve left us is irreplaceable.
As the City of Sarasota grows, so does its public art collection.
At a public meeting on Wednesday, July 17, six artists will present their proposals for two huge new additions to Sarasota's public art collection.
Jeff Laramore's "Jumping Fish" sculpture is the 84th piece to be added to the City of Sarasota public art collection. A dedication ceremony will take place on April 8 at 5:30 p.m.
In her new book, The Gypspirit, Schuetz takes her readers on a metaphysical journey.
The Truly Valued: Who Am I? exhibit features work from a group of teenage girls, and premieres this month.
Greg Cruz and Allan Mestel created an online photo series to raise awareness about homelessness in the area, then flipped it into a full-fledged nonprofit.
The 2019 international art exhibit Embracing Our Differences runs Jan. 19 through March 15 in Bayfront Park.
The Florida Watercolor Society's 47th annual exhibition, convention and trade show takes place here this month.
This fine art center offers classes modeled after 19th-century French ateliers.
Nine trailblazers with big dreams and fresh ideas.
A classic gets a makeover
Andre Frattino recently published a graphic novel adaptation of Patrick D. Smith's classic Florida novel, A Land Remembered. See some sample pages here.
A selection of Solomon's paintings will be on exhibit at Alfstand& Contemporary Gallery through April 14.
Rhiannon Paget will oversee Asian art exhibitions and collections, including publications, collection development and research.
From films to artist talks, here's a look at what's coming up at the Sarasota Museum of Art this fall.
The Perlman Music Program/Suncoast recently welcomed four new members to its Board of Trustees.
On Our Radar
The two-part exhibit will run from Aug. 26-Nov. 27.
The documentary, which profiles more than 15 companies valued at over $1 trillion, showcases the transformative power of design.
This month: Mr. Chatterbox gets exposed to the art of the nude in a Ringling Museum exhibition.
Why I Care
The Keith D. and Linda L. Monda Gallery of Contemporary Art will help The Ringling present new works by contemporary artists.