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Ani Collier brought her artistic vision from the Black Sea to the Black C Art Gallery five years ago. Now, Collier’s latest exhibition takes Gainesville visitors to the glaciers of Antarctica.
From virtual performances to shut down shows, several theaters and artists, especially those relying upon live audiences, have been faring the pandemic to varying degrees of success.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a force of change across the globe, bringing about new health standards, new work atmospheres and new hobbies.
With old-growth Florida wood and echoing soundscapes, artist Jordan Marty is transporting visitors of Gainesville’s 4Most Gallery to an abstract reality inside the Earth.
Alex Klausner grew up with the Gainesville music scene. Now, he is working to make it better.
Anisha Saripalli’s face glowed in the light of 17 candles representing her former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School classmates and staff members. She read their names out loud in a solemn voice.
A fresh take on iconic French Revolution figures and elaborate 18th century costumes is coming to the Hippodrome, the latest installment in the theater’s #HippAtHome online series.
“This will not do, this will not do at all. You are a naughty bunny, a very very naughty bunny.”
Gainesville will take its annual trip back in time through the festivities of the Hoggetowne Medieval Faire — only this year, it will be online.
Landmark Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade was decided 48 years ago Friday, but a Gainesville women’s rights group holds that women’s liberation still has a long way to go.
It wasn’t a typical Friday night at Wyatt’s.
Retailer Anthropologie is bringing upscale women’s fashion, stylish home decor and eclectic accessories to Gainesville.