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Monday through Friday: 10 am – 5 pm
Gamble Family Gallery 1.18.21 through 3.14.21
A painter and a ceramicist walked into a . . . Gallery. What happens next is no joke! Two creators of exceptional skill and tantalizing life force serve us up some wonder.
Entel Family Gallery 1.18.21 through 3.14.21
Shared narrative of figurative watercolors by artist and Professor Emeritus of USF, Bruce Marsh and abstracted landscapes by Tampa artist, Alex Torres who is known for his powerful and poetic translations of our mother planet.
Douglas-Whitley Gallery 1.18.21 through 2.28.21
Since 1949, Florida Artists Group has held an annual symposium and accompanying exhibit in a different Florida city. Education and other cultural aims are advocated in conjunction with the exhibition through lectures, panel discussions and demonstrations. FLAG members are eligible to participate in the exhibition selected by an out-of-state juror.
2nd Floor Teaching Gallery 1.18.21 through 3.20.21
The Language of Watching is a project informed by the artist’s research into the social/political ramifications of bird representations in field guides, the history and culture of birdwatching, and the relationships between birdwatchers and birds, and more broadly speaking, between humans and the natural environment. FLOCK, a socially engaged art project, has evolved since 2015 to include over 200 community participants across the US.
John & Pat Rossi Gallery 1.18.21 through 3.14.21
All Media Call for Artists inviting artworks incorporating maps as collage element, subject matter and/or metaphorical inspiration! Juried by DFAC’s Curatorial Team. Guest Judge, cash awards.
Kokolakis Family Youth Gallery 1.18.21 through 3.14.21
The Dunedin Fine Art Center, in conjunction with Pinellas County Schools is thrilled to be able to display this selection of art representing the excellent work being done in Pinellas County Elementary School art classes. Schools from across the county are represented in this two-part exhibition