Downtown St. Petersburg gets its first ramen restaurant in the Edge District, plus another upscale townhome community, as development continues in the city.
Raymond James co-Founder Tom James is opening an 80,000-square-foot art museum in downtown St. Petersburg. The Tom & Mary James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art, otherwise known as the James Museum, will open fall 2017.
A long-awaited cultural center in New Tampa would seat 300 and be built for future expansion if all goes as planned.
As the sun sets and the evening begins to cool, we can't think of a better place to take an after dark stroll than along the Tampa Riverwalk where you can discover new public art on display.
The City of Sarasota’s Public Art Committee plans to acquire and install landmark sculptures at the center island of each new roundabout in a placemaking effort spearheaded by the City Commission to highlight Sarasota’s identity as a hub for the arts on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Couches and round tables replace traditional theater seating at The Space in West Tampa, where actors sit in the audience and perform on raised platforms as opposed to a traditional stage.
Tampa Theatre is in need of upgrades to the tune of $10 million. In order to meet this goal, the 90-year-old theatre is in the process of fundraising and has raised nearly $2 million thanks to generous support from the community.
The Grand Central at Kennedy looks spruced up a bit as a new mural has been added as part of the Channel District Community Alliance's art giveback to the community. The piece is the first installment of more pieces to come around the neighborhood under the project titled, "Waves of Change."
Tampa Bay area private schools are investing in their campuses as a way to enrich the educational experience for their students. Academy of the Holy Names, Berkeley Prep and Jesuit High School are each making multi-million dollar improvements.
Theater lovers will be happy to hear a new theater is coming to West Tampa. The Space at 2106 Main is unique in its design as it is an old restaurant being renovated into an immersive theater with moving chairs, booths and tables making a completely different experience for the audience.
Led by Urban Charrette and CNU Tampa Bay, Urbanism on Tap is a series of recurring open mic events focused on generating constructive conversations about current ideas and trends shaping the urban scene.
BLUE Ocean opens its headquarters in St. Pete as it prepares for the 2016 film festival.
Calling all artists! The city of Tampa is actively seeking artists to pour their creative juices into public art projects in the final phase of the Tampa Riverwalk and new Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park. The objective is to create public art that is innovative and engaging, to attract residents and visitors to enjoy the local outdoors.
A new art party studio in Oldsmar encourages adults to unleash their artistic energy in the company of other creatives while their kids play nearby with crayons and other arts projects.
How do the arts shape neighborhoods and the overall visual identity of Tampa? Speak into the open mic hosted by Tampa's Urban Charrette and CNU Tampa Bay.