A new exhibit, UNCONTAINABLE | Urban Art from Vandalism to Movement, sheds a whole new light on an art style that has its roots in graffiti and hip hop. The show opens Friday at the Thomas Center Galleries.
A new program called JUMPSTarts, based at the city’s renovated Rosa B. Williams Center, is intended to get interested people — young and old — involved in various styles of participatory dance. Continue reading
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre is performing the provocative play based on the deadly shootings at Columbine High School almost two decades ago. The production also delivers a strong message about how teenagers form their identities.
Steve Howell, an award-winning potter from Gainesville, will be one of about 220 artists displaying their fine arts and fine crafts this weekend during the 48th annual show along tree-shaded Northeast 1st Street.
Gainesville’s very own Dance Alive National Ballet company concludes its 51st year on Friday night at UF’s Phillips Center with the classic work by Gerard Ebitz and three other memorable pieces. Continue reading
Hip hop artist and activist Talib Kweli headlines a free concert tonight at Bo Diddley Plaza, kicking off the two-day social change festival that will include everything from films and stand-up comedy to poetry and virtual reality.