Thursday, November 15, 2012

This Lincoln Weekend, Nov 15th - 18th.


Dorothea Lange's America @ FMoPA
 Migrant Mother - Dorothea Lange   
Migrant Mother by Dorothea Lange From the private collection of Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg, courtesy of Art2Art.  
   
Opening Reception
Thursday, November 15, 2012
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Members FREE, Not-Yet Members $10

  FMoPA Book Club 
Meeting:
Saturday, November 17th
11:00 am at Sono Cafe 
Followed by Docent Tour of Dorothea Lange's America
at FMoPA 


Members FREE
Not-Yet Members $10
   
The FMoPA Book Club will be taking December off.  Stay tuned for the announcement of our
January book selection.
 
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 Florida Craftsmen presents the 15th annual CraftArt, a juried fine craft art show and exhibition, thiss Saturday, Nov. 17th and Sun. Nov 18th. from 10 AM - 5 PM in front of Florida Crafftsmen at 501 Central Ave. in St Pete.
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APOPHENIA :: Recent Works from Roger Chamieh 


Apophenia: Roger Chamieh @ Tempus - Exploring mortality, aging and fear as the season to be jolly nears. Friday, Nov. 16th, at Tempus, 5132 N. Florida Ave. 7-10 PM, Through Dec 4th. Free admission.




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FEAST 3 - Small Plates Funding Big Ideas
  FEAST: Micro funding in Meatspace @ the St. Pete Museum of Fine Arts - Guests get a tasting menu for $20 and vote as to how the money should be distributed. Museum of Fina Arts, 255 Beach Drive St Pete. Thursday, Nov 15th 6:30-9:00 PM. Neverne Covington is one of the presenters.




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Blake HS Seniors @ HCC Ybor - Senior art students from Blake show at HCC Ybor Gallery. Opens Thursday, Nov 15th, 4:30-7:30PM. At HCC Ybor Art Gallery, 1304 E. 11th Ave. Free admission.
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Invincible Summer, a  Square One Production @ The Ritz - Art, Performances, Installations, Models and more, all under the exacting eye of Okie Tilo, who is renowned for the innovation and quality of these events. Saturday, Nov 17th, 7 PM, at The Ritz, 1503 Seventh Ave. Ybor. $5 Admission.


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No Leftovers @ Bottega Gallery - 2036 Central Ave St. Pete. Sat. Nov 17th from 6-9 PM. Free Admission.
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SPoT 20th Anniversary Show - Twenty artists, the SPoT's own microbrew, all work on skateboard decks, at The Bricks, 1327 E. Seventh Ave, Ybor/Tampa. Saturday, Nov 17th, 8 PM
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Fa Sta: Faculty & Staff Show at Gallery 221, HCC Ybor - Faculty and Staff works on exhibit at this gem of a gallery. Fifteen artists, lots of good work, and a wide variety. I've seen and will be reviewing this one.  2nd floor of HCC Dale Mabry Library, Free Admission. Hours are around 10 AM 4 PM Weekdays. Call 813-253-7386 for details.
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High Karma on the 600 Block St Pete - A fundraiser for one of the premiere art organizations in the area, Creative Clay. Saturday, Nov 17th, 12-6 PM.  Free admission.
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Paint Your Knickers @ Queenshead Pub - A live paint at this popular bar & hangout.
  
2501 Central Ave, St Pete


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Andy Warhol Legacy Project @ MCA/USF - USF Contemporary Art Museum (CAM), Free Admission, bring $5 for the minimal (and infernal) guest parking. At CAM 101, 4202 Fowler Ave.
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The Man, The Image, and The World: Henri Cartier-Bresson, a Retrospective @ Tampa Museum of Art - I've been to this show once, and intend to go back soon and review it. There is so much in this exhibit to take in that I suggest a break at the Sono cafe before returning to the fray. Cartier-Bresson's style influenced journalism and street photography to this day. A great exhibit. All at TMA, 120 W. Gasparilla Plaza, Tampa. Admission is $10 for non members. On your way to or from TMA stop on Zack and check out Susan Gott's cast glass panels. Think of it as dessert.


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1 comment:

  1. Cityscape seems a good subject for murals. But many themes can of course be painted there, for decoration and as a break and escape from looking at cement. This painting by American painter Charles Sheeler, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8DP5GS, would make a good mural as it is as a good painting. The image can be seen as wahooart.com who supplies canvas prints from original art.

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