Kirsten says, “The weeks keep getting better! There’s still a slight chill in the air but the sun is out—and we should be too. This weekend has many different events to get us out there. “Read more ›
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This month, T.E.O.T.D.T.R.E.C.M.B.B. will turn down the amps as it migrates from the bar to the art gallery for the project’s first retrospective art show, which opens at Clothesline Gallery & Boutique on Jan. 15.Read more ›
With the holidays getting closer and with so much going on this weekend, I needed to focus on the task at hand: juggling all these great weekend happenings! I stayed on location at home for this weekend’s video to save time. With 11 events mentioned I needed to take a deep breath and go!Read more ›
I’ve often described Sarasota as a city to get grounded, and it’s easy to heal the parts of you that need it simply by taking advantage of the aspects of our city that are good for the soul. May I introduce to you the Top Five Places to Gain Perspective. 1) Turrell Skyspace — Imagine lying down and gazing into the sky after sunset. It’s blatantly changing colors from bright pink to lime green and your only job is to relax, enjoy the process and gain perspective. Sure, it’s likely [...]Read more ›
- Photography by Zoe Rayor. Look at all the happy, pretty faces we spotted at the opening of the “Moving Through Time” exhibit at 529 Clothesline Gallery! We also took the liberty of starting our weekend a little early at the Suncoast Super Boat Grand Prix pre-party and fashion show last Thursday night. Hope you can tell Zoe and I had a blast. See you next weekend … check in on Thursday to see where we’ll be.Read more ›
s/ART/q Contemporary Art will soon bid farewell to two of its members, Brian Haverlock and Sabrina Small, who are currently perched on the cusp of new adventures as they prepare for a move away from Sarasota in pursuit of professional opportunities in Montclair, N.J. and Philadelphia, respectively. Haverlock and Small are hardly sitting back and biding their time as the calendar creeps closer to their impending departure. Instead, the artists have dug deep into their portfolios to present “Moving Through Time,“ a joint exhibition at Clothesline Gallery that will kick off [...]Read more ›