Q & A

Yoleidy Rosario-Hernandez on Warriors of Sarasota and Cultivating 'Spaces of Healing and Dialogue'

The documentary highlights the stories of women of color in Sarasota. It debuts at an event this Friday, Dec. 2.

11/30/2022 By Sylvia Whitman

Hurricane Ian

Sarasota-Manatee Schools and Local Colleges Close Ahead of Hurricane Ian

The closures will allow for time to prepare schools that serve as emergency evacuation centers.

09/26/2022 By Staff

Fast Track

Caldwell Trust Company Moves Into New Downtown Sarasota Space

Plus, Ringling College film wins national ADDY Awards and local students receive U.S. Service Academy appointments.

06/16/2022 By Staff

Philanthropy

Ringling College Library Association Makes $600,000 Gift to Ringling College

The funds support the Alfred R. Goldstein Library and student scholarships.

05/10/2022 By Staff

Lectures

Ringling College Library Association Announces 2023 Town Hall Lecture Series

The speakers are Maria Ressa, Michael Phelps, Admiral James Stavridis, José Andrés and Thomas Friedman.

05/09/2022 By Staff

Education

Ringling College Announces Commencement Speaker, Ceremony

The commencement speaker for this year is Jacinda Walker.

05/05/2022 By Staff

Awards

Ringling College Announces Fulbright Award for 2022-2023

DeAnna Boyer has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award enhanced with a Fulbright-National Geographic Storytelling Fellowship.

04/13/2022 By Staff

Works of Art

Christian Sampson's Vita in Motu Installation Will Remain in Sarasota

The work was created for Sarasota Art Museum's inaugural exhibition

04/04/2022 By Staff

Local Talent

This Ringling College Student's First Feature Is Headed to the Sarasota Film Festival

Ringling College of Art and Design student Will Mauricette's film "Monopoly Money" is headed to the 2022 Sarasota Film Festival.

03/29/2022 By Kim Doleatto

Creativity

Florida Creativity Conference Takes Place Next Weekend at Ringling College

Workshops and featured speakers will offer tips for creative thinking, problem solving, and innovation.

03/03/2022 Photography by Staff

Women in Film

Ringling College Alum Debuts 'Code Red,' a Film About Period Poverty Shot in Sarasota

"Code Red" is about a sixth-grader girl named Karman who gets her period for the first time. The film brings awareness to the scarcity of feminine products provided at schools.

01/20/2022 By Allison Forsyth

Art, Please

You're Invited: A Free Art Walk, Exhibit and Live Music

Discover the emerging artist community taking shape in Park East, Sarasota.

01/06/2022 By Kim Doleatto

Sponsored Content

Take a Chance with Ringling College’s Studio + Digital Arts Classes

The winter/spring term of Continuing Education art classes at Ringling College's Sarasota campus is now open for enrollment.

01/05/2022

Sponsored Content

Ringling College Is Calling All Art Enthusiasts

Brush up on your artistic talents and learn new skills with the college's community course offerings at its Sarasota campus.

12/03/2021

Lectures

Registration Opens Nov. 30 for OLLI at Ringling College 'Listening to Women' Series

The seven-session series features women whose innovations and accomplishments are having an impact.

11/23/2021 By Staff

Holidays

Williams Parker, Ringling College Partner for 2021 Holiday Card Design Contest

Ringling College illustration junior Samantha Zappola is this year's winner.

11/18/2021 By Staff

Health News

Moffitt Cancer Center, Ringling College Partner to Improve Patient Experience

The partnership began in 2019 to help decrease stress in patients, and discover new ways to train and coach patients through diagnosis and treatment.

10/14/2021 By Staff

Things to Do

What to Do in Sarasota This Weekend

Dance parties everywhere, new theater productions in Manatee, exhibits at Art Center Sarasota and Ringling College, and more.

10/14/2021 By Kay Kipling

Grants

Ringling College Awarded Grants from Community Foundation

The grants will support community, diversity and inclusion.

10/08/2021 By Staff

Mostly Ghostly

Sarasota's Most Haunted Places

From vengeful spirits with broken hearts to mischievous graveyard imps, here are five supernatural stories of local lore to keep you up at night.

10/06/2021 By Sarafina Murphy-Gibson