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Artists Jenn Ryann Miller, Becky Flanders and Gary Schmitt outside of East Hanna Studios.Courtesy of Sarah Howard

New tour reveals artists of Seminole Heights and Jack Barrett is remembered at ARTicles

Arty Area: The Heights Arts Studio and Gallery Tour Tampa's Seminole Heights neighborhood is not only home to cool restaurants and funky shops, but is also a headquarters of sorts to art studios and galleries featuring Tampa artists. Many studios are located in private homes, so the inaugural Heights Arts Studio an …

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  1. Find every new Shine festival mural in St. Petersburg with this map and photos

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    The leaves don't really change in Florida, but go outside and it's clearly that time of year when St. Petersburg's walls get a little more colorful.

    There are 14 new murals up in St. Petersburg for the Shine Mural Festival. [Eve Edelheit | Staff]
  2. St. Pete's traffic signal boxes are being covered in public art

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    If you have an eye for detail, you may have noticed a splash of color here and there around downtown St. Petersburg recently. 

    This art by Justin Wagher is part of the Corner Canvas public art initiative by Shine.
  3. New tour reveals artists of Seminole Heights and Jack Barrett is remembered at ARTicles

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    Arty Area: The Heights Arts Studio and Gallery Tour

    Artists Jenn Ryann Miller, Becky Flanders and Gary Schmitt outside of East Hanna Studios.
  4. Dali Museum will have $10 admission on Saturday

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    The Dalí Museum is giving art aficionados a treat this Saturday, when admission at the door will be reduced to $10, more than half off its regular admission price of $22.

    Salvador Dali's "Archeological Reminiscence of Millet's Angelus" is among the St. Petersburg museum's permanent collection.
Image courtesy Dali Museum

  5. Dali and Schiaparelli opens, the Shine mural festival closes

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    In Daring Fashion: Dalí and Schiaparelli

    Tampa-based artist Cheryl Weber begins work on her mural.
  6. Fall art exhibits plentiful in Pasco

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    The month of October brings several new art exhibits to local galleries. Of special note is the fine art of Frida Kahlo via a traveling exhibit at the Pasco-Hernando State College West Campus. The exhibit celebrates the artist's attention to Mexican and indigenous cultures and the depiction of the female experience and …

    This oil painting, “Sea Blossom,” by surrealist artist Jacabo, is one of several of his pieces that will be on exhibit through October at the Gateway Gallery and Emporium in downtown New Port Richey.
  7. Art events: Tim Hawkinson's inventive sculpture, a Studio Waltz in North Pinellas

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    INVENTIVE TRANSFORMATIONS: TIM HAWKINSON

    NYC’s “Queen of the Night,” Susanne Bartsch, is the subject of a fashion focused exhibition at the Tampa Museum of Art. The museum’s CITY event was postponed due to Hurricane Irma and will be held Friday, Oct. 6.
  8. Fall Art Preview: Tampa Bay museums explore political tensions, celebrate local art

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    As we look at what's to come for Tampa Bay's art institutions, it's easy to reflect on the role art plays in our community.

    Tampa Museum of art: Mernet Larsen, Raft, 2017, acrylic and mixed media on canvas.
  9. Tampa Museum of Art's Susanne Bartsch exhibit lights up New York fashion

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    When you enter the "Susanne Bartsch: Art-a-Porter" exhibit at the Tampa Museum of Art, you've stepped into the fabulous world of New York City's "Queen of the Night."

    “Susanne Bartsch: Art-a-Porter,” which is at the Tampa Museum of Art through Nov. 12, celebrates self-expression as an art form. It features clothing, wigs and headpieces and more.
  10. Three exhibits at the Morean Art Center and a provocative new show at Tempus Projects

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    After the Storm: Morean Arts Center Exhibits

    Bryce Hammond’s Chartres Cathedral Parkwood Mobile Home Park, 2015, acrylic on wood, is included in his “Structure” exhibit at the Morean Arts Center.