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.
The eighth annual environmental film and arts festival begins tonight with a reception and awards program at the Hippodrome as well as the first of 45 films from 14 countries to be screened over a four-day period.
The Gainesville Arts Studio, owned by Iris Coe-Gross and her husband, opens its doors tonight on South Main Street with an Artwalk reception that includes paintings by Aaron D. Coe, live music and refreshments.
The Thomas Center Galleries debuts its new Main Gallery exhibit titled “82° W / Six Degrees of Separation,” spotlighting the work of eight Cuban artists as part of the city’s ongoing Bulla Cubana cultural celebration.