48th Annual Fall Fiesta in the Park

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300 fine artists & crafters, live entertainment, food vendors, kid zone.

Watermark’s Sarasota Living with Pride Guide 2019

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Find all the greatest spots in Sarasota for arts and entertainment, dining, nightlife and much, much more!

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Fall Arts Guide 2019

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It’s here, it’s fabulous, and it’s just in time for fall! Here is your guide to all of the great things to do during autumn in Central Florida and Tampa Bay.
Cover Art and interior illustrations provided by: Gianna Pergamo / Pergamo Paper Goods – https://pergamopapergoods.com.

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Tampa Bay Pride Band holds inaugural arts festival

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The Tampa Bay Pride Band will hold their inaugural Pride Music and Art Festival March 3 from 5:00-9:00 p.m., a celebration combining the best in Tampa Bay’s visual and musical arts.

“The Pride Music and Arts Festival serves as the kick-off to a month of Tampa Pride events,” the organization shared via social media. “It allows us as an arts community to stand together and celebrate diversity through music and art!”

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Fall Arts Guide 2018

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Fall is here and so is a new season of arts events! We’ve compiled a list of all the great stuff you’re going to want to see and experience.

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‘I’m dedicated to keeping the arts alive’: Harriett Lake dies at 96

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Harriett Lake, a philanthropic lover of Orlando’s arts scene, died July 10. She was 96.

With the establishment of Harriett’s Charitable Trust, Lake has given millions of dollars to organizations that help keep Orlando’s art world alive.

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55th Annual Halifax Art Festival

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The Halifax Art Festival presents a unique blend of fine arts, fine crafts, music, food and fun for everyone.  It’s free to the public with plenty of free parking.  The Festival brings over 250 juried local, regional, and national artists to Daytona’s downtown Beach Street between the Riverfront Shops and the Halifax River.  It offers affordable art for the established as well as the beginning collector.  Offering live entertainment both days, a student art exhibit, and hands-on children’s art activities.  Presented by the Guild of the Museum of Arts & Sciences to benefit the Museum of Arts & Sciences, it’s Charles and Linda Williams Children’s Museum and the Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art.

Second Annual Etsy Festival

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Shop local arts and crafts with Etsy Store owners, learn how to create and market your own Etsy Store, and discover how to make crafts that you can sell online! There will also be jewelry making, finger knitting and adult coloring tables for your enjoyment!

Fall Arts Guide 2016

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The 2016 edition of Watermark’s annual Fall Arts Guide is here! It is beyond adorable and you’ll fall in love with every bit of it.

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1st Thursdays: Rock!

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“Orlando’s original art party”

Presented by the Associates of the Orlando Museum of Art

The Associates is a volunteer support group committed to expanding Museum membership and encouraging the appreciation of the visual arts. From 6-9 pm on the first Thursday of each month, Central Florida has an opportunity to discover local artists, listen to live music and mingle with an eclectic mix of people. There are cash bars serving wine, beer, soft drinks and water, and café offerings from area restaurants.

Visually display your love for the creativity of rock music and the performer. Art in this show can be portraits, symbolic art, sculpture, music embedded through digital art, and more. Let us come together and highlight the influence of ROCK!

Kinky Boots event brings LGBT youth behind the curtain

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About 20 of Central Florida’s LGBT youth will get an opportunity to learn about what goes into a Broadway production.

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, in partnership with Zebra Coalition, Kinky Boots and the True Colors Foundation is hosting the event, which is an afternoon of educational speakers followed by a dinner, performance and then a Q&A with the Kinky Boots cast.

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Spring Arts Guide 2016

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The spring time is no better time to feed your need for the arts! Say hello to our comprehensive (and unfathomably radiant!) annual Spring Arts Guide.

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