1255 N. Gulfstream Avenue, Suite 101, Sarasota, FL 34236Phone: (941) 487-1100
The annual event offers visitors free admission to local participating museums.
Museum Road Trip
Special exhibitions do a commendable job of expanding upon notions of the West.
TMA is known for its antiquities collections and world-class holdings of photography and 20th-century artworks.
St. Pete civic leader James Healey called the museum “the greatest gift to the city since sunshine."
Galleries feature iridescent vases, tiles and plates, jewelry from the early 1900s, lamps and lighting from Tiffany and more.
MAACM houses treasures from Gustav Stickley, Elbert Hubbard, the Byrdcliffe Colony and pottery maker William Grueby.
It exhibits a variety of changing shows by local, regional and national artists, even extending to artwork by young students.
The museum will be housed in the historic Leonard Reid home, currently located at Seventh Street and Cohen Way in the Rosemary District.
Things To Do
Outdoor Yoga at The Ringling, a national exhibit opens at Art Center Sarasota and more.
On the menu: Spice Boys in the Rosemary District, Fruitville Grove's strawberry festival, Parrish Heritage Day, a bestie brunch at Mote and a beer podcast at Calusa.
Just For Kids
The Rainbows & Unicorns tour will show kids of all ages Sarasota's most whimsical destinations.
A whole new world
The new space is intended to offer a fun, hands-on experience that encourages children to interact with science.
Not a fossil
The museum may be in the middle of a huge $15 million expansion, but there's plenty of reasons to visit in the meantime.
Historian Jack E. Davis, recently featured in Sarasota Magazine, will speak at a fundraiser for the Florida Maritime Museum on Thursday, March 14
The 2018 winners include Karen Riley-Love and Patrick Moreo.
The Florida Maritime Museum and nearby merchants will soon offer a "Cortez Passport" intended to encourage visitors to explore the area.
The Florida Maritime Museum recently renovated Cortez's original general store to serve as a folk craft school and as storage and research space.
All this week has to offer for foodies and festival-goers.
Including Savory Palate's Chef Series featuring Nicole Coudal.
Plus, "wine down" after the election this week at Historic Spanish Point.