Presented by Tampa International Fringe Festival at Multiple across Ybor City - New World Brewery, HCC Studio, Silver Meteor Gallery, Urban Phoenix
Are you ready to Fringe? The program for the first annual Tampa International Fringe Festival has been announced!
The inaugural festival, presented by Jobsite Theatre and sponsored by Creative... More Info
Rock the Park is held at Tampa’s Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park. A free monthly music series showcasing musical talents of all genres. This FREE event is brought to you by: Tampa’s Downtown Partnership... More Info
Come join us to view different Asian cultures from around the world by enjoying live performances and activities. This festival will also have several vendors around the Tampa Bay area to give us a... More Info
Now What Theatre is pleased to announce its inaugural, international tour of the play Kara Sevda. Written by Lisa VillaMil and directed by Kat Haan, the tour began performances at the Ithaca Fringe... More Info
Head towards Tarpon Springs for a family-friendly event with food, live music, dance and one big Greek celebration!
Expect a full weekend of traditional Greek performances, a Battle of the Bands... More Info
Support artists, crafters, and small business owners at the 4th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival. Items are handcrafted and range from home décor, jewelry, holiday items, food and more!
This is an... More Info
Greg Smith is a multidisciplinary artist whose work often involves the “artifice mechanic,” a character trying to “create something, trying to structure his environment, but who’s also kind... More Info
In celebration of the centennial anniversary of the National Park Service, Endangered Landscapes: America’s National Lands in Transition weaves together elements of art, education, environment and... More Info
The Tampa Museum of Art will present a survey of black and white works by the legendary artist Alex Katz (American, b. 1927).
An artist of international renown, this exhibition features Katz’s... More Info
Paris was considered the hub of creative expression in the 1920s and 1930s, and Abraham Rattner was in the middle of it all. Well-known artists influenced Rattner’s burgeoning style and worked... More Info
Photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders wanted the subjects he chose for “The Boomer List” to reflect the exceptional achievements, struggles and identities of the baby boom generation.
To... More Info
The Florida Holocaust Museum (The FHM) is pleased to present Courage and Compassion: The Legacy of the Bielski Brothers. This original, award-winning exhibition created by The FHM showcases the... More Info
The Greatest Crime of the War: The Armenian Genocide During World War I recounts the history of the genocide and the conditions which led to it as well as its legacy. The mass murder of the Armenian... More Info
Dig brings together recent works by Mr. Labauvie in his signature media of steel and pastels. The theme of the ruin runs throughout, as he seems to take on the role of archaeologist, digging into the... More Info
By Israel Horovitz
Directed by David M. Jenkins
May 19 – Jun. 11, 2017
Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm
Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts
International award-winning playwright,... More Info
This 2010 Pulitzer Prize finalist is a drop-kicking, body-slamming, balls-out theatrical happening set in the larger-than-life world of professional wrestling. Macedonio “Mace” Guerra plays the... More Info
THE INVISIBLE HAND
by Ayad Akhtar
Directed by Stephanie Gularte
“…a scary (and dreadfully funny) treatise on the universality of greed.” —Variety
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar... More Info
By Caryl Churchill
Directed by Gavin Hawk
Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts
Jobsite closes the season with a reimagining of what Creative Loafing decorated as a “Top 10 Play... More Info
SEX WITH STRANGERS
by Laura Eason
Directed by Janis Stevens
“Sexually and intellectually provocative … A HELL OF A LOT OF FUN!” —The Hollywood Reporter
This smart and sexy play encapsulates... More Info
Carrollwood Players Theatre presents Arthur Miller’s dramatic sociopolitical masterpiece, All My Sons, directed by Michael Paul Cote.
The story, set in the middle of the 20th century in Midwestern... More Info
Nobody loves a piano like Tony DeSare. The jazzy singer-songwriter-pianist has a style that’s all his own. From Sinatra to Prince from Mercer to McCartney, he spans the generations for marvelous... More Info
In a 55-year career that’s included 60 albums (10 of them chart-toppers), 16 No. 1 songs and dozens of awards (including four Grammys), Loretta Lynn is the most honored woman in country music... More Info
Presented by Terroir New Music at C.1949 Florida Beer Garden
Terroir New Music, in collaboration with c.1949 Florida Beer Garden, is proud to present “Terroir.001: Starter,” a special evening of new music by local composers paired with local craft beer.... More Info
Music, art and nature encourages us to transcend our petty differences. They lift us beyond ourselves and bring us together in awe, reverence and delight! Join the Carrollwood Community Chorus... More Info
Whitney James is making her debut performance at the Firehouse! The engaging jazz vocalist will be backed by well-known jazz guitarist and composer LaRue Nickelson, with Alejandro Arenas on bass, and... More Info
The Jazz Xperience is a smooth, straight forward jazz group consisting of Phil Provenzano on flugel horn, Patrick Jettison on keys and harmonica, John Shea on standup bass, and Joe Bencomo on drums.
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Cinematic Masterpieces, a selection of motion-picture soundtrack favorites: Richard Rodgers’ The Sound of Music, Michael Giacchino’s Star Trek, Leonard Bernstein’s On The Waterfront, Michael... More Info
Enjoy an afternoon of orchestral music performed by Tampa Bay’s most talented young musicians during the Tampa Metropolitan Youth Orchestra Spring Concert.
The TMYO’s Symphony Orchestra will... More Info
If you are new to art and painting, you will have a good time with this small class size, designed with the beginning student in mind. Everything is provided for you, including the drawing on the... More Info
New Adult Studio Course at the Tampa Museum of Art!
Bigger is better! This four class series gives students the opportunity to construct and finish large-scale, figurative sculptures inspired by Alex... More Info
New Adult Studio Course presented by the Tampa Museum of Art, at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC.
This course isn’t for the faint of heart. This three-part, intensive printmaking workshop is inspired... More Info
Join us for a kick-off celebration of our new summer/fall studio course line-up, by indulging in Cinco de Mayo themed art-making and libations! Registration covers one drink ticket which can be... More Info
This talk covers the ways different historical maps can be used in your research, as well as the many digital and paper sources for these maps, how to locate the map you need, and the possible... More Info
Join us for our 1st Mom and Me Clay Party at the Museum! Enjoy a morning out with mom while learning how to mold and create works of art out of clay! Clay will be fired at Practically Pikasso on Main... More Info
Tuesday or Wednesday: 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Explore painting using different techniques and tools such as palette knives and shapers, Asian calligraphy brushes, and more. Techniques... More Info
Students will be encouraged to challenge their resistance, fear, and inner critic as they strive to discover their own authentic voice.
In addition to one-on-one support from the instructor, each... More Info
Ages 4-8: Wednesday 3:45 to 5:15pm
This class gives children the chance to develop their imagination through age appropriate fun two and three-dimensional projects. Projects will include modified... More Info
New Adult Studio Course presented by the Tampa Musuem of Art at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC.
This course has it all in only four sessions! A little bit of painting, collaging, printmaking and more,... More Info