St. Pete’s Museum of Fine Arts showcases the revealing work of Philip Pearlstein.
by Megan Voeller | March 08, 2013
The Museum of Fine Arts hosted an ancient art-erotica-themed soiree fitting for St. Valentine’s week.
by Julie Garisto | February 06, 2013
The Museum of Fine Arts offers an artful game of golf in conjunction with its Art of Golf exhibition.
by Megan Voeller | December 12, 2012
Pinellas glass collectors contribute to a new show at St. Pete’s Museum of Fine Arts.
by Megan Voeller | August 02, 2012
A new exhibit of Soviet photos evokes the gap between the dreams and realities of Russian Communism.
by Megan Voeller | April 26, 2012
The wondrous funerary objects of ancient Egypt at the MFA.
by Megan Voeller | February 16, 2012
Come out for a chance to explore Hands-On style Oct. 15 at the Museum of Fine Arts during Super Special Saturday in honor of Art Beyond Sight Month.
by Cristin Cotton | October 12, 2011
A pleasurable show at the MFA centers on the human figure in a variety of guises.
by Megan Voeller | May 26, 2011
Oakland, Calif. three-piece Tornado Rider mixes pure punk rock with fantasy lyrics and attire. Plus Al Jackson appears at the Improv; a race car zooms into MFA, and Cafe Alma has its biweekly poetry night.
by Julie Garisto | April 06, 2011
Help the Bolts regain their thunder; Art in Bloom puts the petal to the petal to the mettle at Museum of Fine Arts; Vanguard hip-hopper Murs shares his rhymes with Ybor, and a free dance-experimental show entertains the spring breakers at Clearwater's Beach Bar.
by Julie Garisto | March 22, 2011
So much to do Fri.-Sun.: Roller Derby championship, Gasparilla Festival of the Arts, Museum of Fine Arts' PLACE, Bark in the Park, the Great Urban Race, Nude Nite, an experimental music concert in Lettuce Lake Park and more.
by Julie Garisto | March 04, 2011
Don't wait any longer: Some of the most-coveted items in the Creative Loafing Holiday Auction start closing out this afternoon.
by David Warner | December 13, 2010
A sampling of items from the CL Holiday Auction, each of which is currently available for way under value. Of course, that may change when bids start to close (Dec. 9-16), but bid now and you may be able to set the pace.
by David Warner | November 26, 2010
by Julie Garisto | November 02, 2010
Dominique Labauvie. The Tampa-based sculptor, who hammers steel into improbably graceful forms, is the man of the moment this fall, with three shows on view: Musical Lines in My Hands: The Work of Dominique Labauvie at the Tampa Museum of Art through January 16, plus a show at the Morean and one at Bleu Acier, Labauvie's studio. Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, 813-274-8130, tampamuseum.org; Morean Arts Center, St. Petersburg, 727-822-7872, moreanartscenter.org; Bleu Acier, 109 W. Columbus Dr., Tampa, 813-272-9746, bleuacier.com
by Megan Voeller | August 26, 2010