Should visual artists be assigned rights like those of writers?
Big Bend Hospice’s 15th annual Spring Fling returned to its original Tallahassee Nurseries venue on Thursday. Some 650 well-dressed guests enjoyed food and drinks supplied by more than 25 local restaurants in support of Big Bend Hospice’s mission to “inspire…
Art therapy leads inmates to new identities
Billy Penn’s inner child has a coming-out party
Designer makes peace with commercial pursuits
Artopia helps your neighbors stay healthy
Gadsden Arts Center & Museum spotlights female artists
Muralist provides new twist to Alice in Wonderland imagery
Inspired by the glories of nature all around her, she fashions art by working with her hands
on view at the Artport Gallery and in COCA’s Online Gallery from April 7 – June 14, 2021
Gallie Alley Graffiti Abatement Project brings colorful content to downtown alley
The artist finds inspiration in ideas furnished by her clients
Despite pandemic and funding challenges, hearts must be fed
The tight-knit community runs on creative talent
Annie S. Harris’s paintings are an homage to what is good and strong in all of us. She has a deep respect for people, from all walks of life, and their unique ability to rise above adversity.
The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum’s newest exhibit allows you to explore America
Gadsden Farm Project captures a legacy
The exhibition is on view now through December 19, open to the public by reservation at www.gadsdenarts.org
Beth Appleton is a watercolorist armed with a craft knife
KCCI announces 2021 community catalyst project
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