Tuesday, April 29, 2014

This Ida week, April 29th, May 4th

Wednesday, April 30th

Engage St. Pete presents an opportunity for young, up and coming professionals of St. Petersburg to connect with community leaders in an intimate, casual setting. Let's keep St. Pete’s flourishing reputation sparked by allowing the next generation of innovators to gain rewarding insights through interactive, educational sessions.

The St. Petersburg Mayor will kick off the night as our Keynote Speaker. From there, attendees will have the opportunity to attend two break out sessions focusing on moving our city forward with topics ranging from Transportation, to the Waterfront, Arts and more.

Young professional groups will also have a chance to introduce themselves to an audience of influential figures.

Proceeds of the event will go to the Sunset Rotary Club’s and SPYP's volunteer work in the community. Brought to you by ASI.

Show Map
One Progress Plaza
200 Central Avenue, Saint Petersburg, Florida 33701


"Easel on Down the Road," in conjunction with American Stage's production of The Wiz at Demen's Landing features a 6:30 p.m. reception showcasing "The Wiz" inspired artwork of seven Artlink teams. Guests will have the opportunity to participate in a silent auction of the artwork in our VIP tent, enjoy complimentary refreshments and a cash bar. The Wiz performance begins at 8 p.m. Also going on from April 4-28 is a special Instagram promotion. Details and how to purchase tickets at http://www.creativeclay.org/event/easel-on-down-the-road.

Thursday, Mayday, 1st

Thursday May 1st

The Palladium
253 5th Ave N, St Petersburg, FL 33701
12PM-9PM Check in, films and opening night film

Opening Night Party, Red Carpet and Film Confessions of a Womanizer with Q&A

NOVA 535
535 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street North St Petersburg, FL 33701

Friday May 2nd

Museum of Fine Arts
255 Beach Dr NE, St Petersburg, FL 33701
10AM-5PM Films

Studio 620
620 1st Ave. South St Petersburg, FL 33701
10AM-6PM Films

American Stage
163 3rd St N, St Petersburg, FL 33701
10AM-9PM Films & Workshops

Sunscreen Happy Hour
Mandarin Hide (the quintessential cocktail haunt and mixology lodge)
231 Central Ave, St Petersburg, FL 33701
3-5PM, 1 Free Drink with VIP, Day or Filmmaker Badge

Filmmakers Party
Courtyard Marriott 9PM-12AM
300 4th Street North, St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Saturday May 3rd

Studio 620
620 1st Ave. South St Petersburg, FL 33701
10AM-6PM Films

Dali Museum
1 Dali Blvd
St Petersburg, FL 33701
10AM-6PM Films

American Stage
163 3rd St N, St Petersburg, FL 33701
10AM-9PM Films & Workshops

7:30PM Award’s Ceremony

Award’s Party
400 Beach Seafood & Taphouse
400 Beach Dr NE, St Petersburg, FL 33701

After Party & Killer Karaoke

The Amsterdam
1049 Central Ave. St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Sunday May 4th

Studio 620
620 1st Ave. South St Petersburg, FL 33701
11AM-6PM Films

American Stage
163 3rd St N, St Petersburg, FL 33701
11AM-6PM Films & Workshops

Friday, May 2nd
Join us for this year's "Art on The Bay" Opening Reception, showcasing the new works of 20 emerging artists from the adult art classes of Beth Kokol. More than 70 original pieces will be on display including oils, acrylics and mixed media, as well as some of Beth's new works. A great opportunity to view and purchase reasonably priced, original art.

Meet the artists.
Enjoy a glass of wine or beer, and light refreshments.
Complimentary Valet Parking.

Additional Gallery Hours:
Saturday/Sunday, May 3 & 4, 10-5pm

For more information email Bethkokol@gmail.com
or visit www.BethKokolArts.com.

 Friday, 5-9 PM

EPOXY presents Narrative Conscious a gateway to a world of figures surrounded by fantastical depictions of memories and desires. The spectator will become an ephemeral verb as they manifest within this caricature dimension. Showcasing works by Yanuary Navarro and an installation by Jujmo. Both artists illustrate various narratives that translate brief moments in time with vivid color and illusive cartoon depictions to transform the EPOXY space into an imaginary environment. Join us on Friday, May 2nd between 6 to 10 PM for their opening.




Saturday, May 3rd


Don't miss 'EMERGENCE' opening reception Saturday, 5/3/14 at Station Number Three beginning at 5pm!!!!
Featuring more than 30 area artists working in all media. Juried by Neverne Covington.

This show is sponsored by The Warehouse Arts District Association, Duncan McClellan Gallery, 3 Daughters Brewery and The Burg Bar and Grill. Special thanks to Grand Central Stained Glass and Art Pool.

There will be a closing reception on 5/10/14 for the Second Saturday ArtWalk at 5pm.


This just in! The participating artists for THIS Saturday's Emergence Art Opening are as follows:
• Ashley Gilbert
• Brenda Knoll Budd
• Caroline Karp Babis
Carolynn DelMonte
Carrie Jadus
• Claudia Larrain
• Daniel Centesimo
• Dianne F. Caton
Eli Cecil
Emily Miller
• George Retkes
• Janice Ritter Kadushin
• Jerry Cahill
• Jim Corp
• Jim Woodfield
• Judy Boyd
• Julia Heinke
• Kim McDaniel
• Leslie Belcher-Huston
Lina Teixeira
Nancy Smrekar
• Paul Glass
• Richard Clark
• Sara McClarnon
Sarah Thee Campagna
• Sue Woodall
Teresa Sullivan
• Wayne Davis

If you are on of these artists & have not received your email yet, please call Nylma Card at 727-871-3865 for drop off instructions. Otherwise, please invite your friends to the show and spread the word! This is going to be an amazing art show!



 Give your robot butler the night off and come to "The Future Sucks" at The Venture Compound. There is plenty of parking for hovercars and gyrocycles. Don't feel like getting all "corporeal"? Holograms get in for free. Dress up in your fanciest space attire and get 2 free soilent punch drink tickets.


Come enjoy the jazz/soul/chill out fusion of vocalist/songwriter Nikki Shau with keyboardist Eliezer Seymore and bassist Sam Martinez! Nikki will be performing originals and standards at St. Pete's quintessential Three Bird's Tavern.

Three Birds Tavern is about enjoying the company of family, friends and neighbors in a tropical setting that provides the comfortable surroundings that are a trademark of the Florida experience. Come enjoy the combination of music, perfect ambiance, the best drinks, and luscious food!

"Tampa Bay native Nikki Shau has been making her way in the Los Angeles and London music scenes, performing with the likes of Chaka Khan and Charlie Wilson... she has a diverse range, performing songs in genres ranging from jazz and blues to R&B and dance." Tampa Bay Times

Nayvadius Cash, better known by his stage name Future is an American hip hop recording artist from the Kirkwood neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. This art show is about how he sucks.

8pm - $5



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