After a year of online performances, “Murder For Two” is opening for a live, socially distanced and masked audience at the Hippodrome Theatre this weekend. The premiere will be split between Friday and Saturday to allow for smaller audiences.
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Dance Alive, a professional ballet company based in Gainesville, started a new visual podcast titled “On Stage With Dance Alive.” The podcast premiered live July 12 on Dance Alive’s Facebook page and will be recurring every Monday at 4:30 p.m.
A Gainesville-based artist is partnering with Moisturizer Gallery to create a collaborative visual art zine that will be showcased at a release party later this month.
"It's a Woman's World" featured a slew of hits from female artists through the ages. Serving as a celebration of female empowerment, it ran July 1-3 and acted as part of the Hippodrome’s return to live shows.
After over a year of mainly online events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the horror theater company will premier its last solely virtual show, “Mirror Images." The show will feature psychological-based themes with glow in the dark costumes, contortionists and burlesque performances.
Out Of Pocket Society, also known as OOPS, is a new Gainesville-based artist collective. OOPS hosted its inaugural event at the 4Most Gallery June 18 and 19. The two-day event brought an interactive exhibit that encouraged participants to touch, take photos and engage with the pieces on display.
During the Artisan's Guild first eco-extravaganza event, attendees participated at artist’s station, where they workshopped a variety of eco-art activities like flower hammering, eco-printing, sewing with recycled textiles and tea tasting.
Figure On Diversity, a figure drawing workshop series devoted to breaking down the boundaries of body exclusivity in the arts, will have its first Gainesville event on Sunday.
Optimistic and eager to showcase their art, local artists and vendors gathered to provide patrons with unique art displays in High Springs Saturday.
In light of being home more often than usual, several of us have been looking for a new art form to indulge in and escape with. Fortunately, Gainesville’s family-owned Studio TM Ceramics has several opportunities for those who want to create using ceramic art.
‘Fun Home,’ based on Alison Bechdel’s graphic memoir, opened April 9 and will run until April 25.
The group raises awareness through chalking and providing resources to the community.
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood will perform their second of two shows with the theater Saturday.
UF seniors Kerry Wilson and Lauren Mann’s show is the first of four exhibits of the Spring 2021 semester.
The art exhibition aims to provoke thought about the ‘glacial waste’ society produces on a daily basis.