BASE Black Light Body Paint Art Show

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BASE: Body Art Showcase and Exhibit is one of the few places in world where guests can witness a body painting event of this magnitude. This body art show is centered around a black light theme and features a dozen professional body paint’s masterpieces. Artists and models come together to create a truly one-of-a-kind piece of art that only exists for the fleeting moments of one evening. Wear your best glow colors, you definitely do not want to miss this event!

$10 presale | $15 at the door
ages 18 and up only

Doors open promplty at 8 pm, no entry earlier.

Colorful Drinks by DRIP and food available for purchase inside.

Performers:
Video 4.0
Black Garter Dolls
Professional photography equipment requires a pass. Limited photographers tickets available. Cell phones and small handheld cameras are allowed.

What Has Changed?

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In September 2016, the Orange County Library System partnered with local art-supply store Sam Flax for Paint Strong Orlando, an art show consisting of nearly 300 works of art made in response to the shooting at Pulse nightclub. All of the art supplies were donated by Sam Flax, and the artists were asked to create work that reflected the strength of the community. One year after the Pulse tragedy, the Library has again partnered with Sam Flax, this time to present a commemorative show reflecting on What Has Changed? The 100+ pieces that make up this exhibition can be seen at the Orlando Public Library through July.

St. Pete Pride announces big plans for 2015

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St. Petersburg – As with tradition, many take the opportunity of a new year to reinvent themselves, whether through resolutions, makeovers or new attitudes. St. Pete Pride is taking the dawn of 2015 to do all of those things, and it promises to be a year of change and growth for the 14-year-old organization.

“Every year that we host our event we want it to be bigger and better,” said Scion Provenzano, president of the St. Pete Pride Board. “Sometimes it’s hard to outdo ourselves but it’s always a challenge we like to put up.”

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