Williamson/Capouya Exhibition Panel Discussion:
Meaning, History and Legacy
Thursday, today, October 27, 2011, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
The Morean Arts Center
Collaborators Suzanne Williamson and John Capouya join local archaeologists to explore the meaning of Native American mounds, and how these mirrors of the past reflect our culture and communities today. Other topics will include the role of art in illuminating history and the conservation of Florida’s cultural heritage. Featured panelists include Richard Estabrook, Florida Public Archaeology Network, Crystal River Preserve State Park; Phyllis Kolianos, Educator at Weedon Island Preserve Cultural and Natural History Center; John Capouya, writer and Assistant Professor, University of Tampa; and Suzanne Williamson, photographic artist. This program is presented along with "Shadow and Reflection: Visions of Florida's Sacred Landscapes," an exhibition by Suzanne Williamson and John Capouya running from October 8 - November 27, 2011. Funded by the Florida Humanities Council. This Event is Free and Open to the Public.
Felipe Packard and Ricado de la Vega @ HCC Ybor - These two artists create full-scale cast paper sculptures. HCC Ybor Campus Performing Arts Building, Fine Arts Gallery, 1505 E. Palm ave. Ybor City. Runs through Nov. 22nd. Opening reception 5:30-8 PM Thursday Oct 27th (today). Free.
My Art is my Voice: Tony Blue @ Bamboozle Cafe - This arts-friendly restaurant is hosting an exhibit of the Dunedin artist's work. It is one of my favorite places for lunch. 516 N Tampa St., Tampa. Opens at 7 PM. Free. Tuesday November 1st.
Hyde Park Village Art Fair - Classic sidewalk art show in Hyde Park, Tampa, at Swann and Dakota Ave. It's been 22 years since it started. Runs Oct 29th & 30th. 10 AM - 5 PM. Free.
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