The Avenue | Art And Theater
The UF drama club Florida Players will present Timothy Mason’s play, “Only You,” this weekend.
352walls has given downtown Gainesville its latest touch. Now, the city is celebrating its improved walls with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Festival promotes social change
In the last 10 days, the chipped wall has slowly turned into a work of art.
Rhinos, religion and gold rushes are just a few of the film topics at the Seventh Annual Cinema Verde International Environmental Film and Arts Festival.
In honor of Black History Month, the Matheson History Museum will debut a new exhibition to the public Tuesday.
In September 2011, cartoonists Tom Hart and Leela Corman moved from New York City to Gainesville with their young daughter, Rosalie. Two months later, Rosalie died — suddenly and unexpectedly.
The Floridiana Show and Rare Book Sale will return to the Matheson History Museum this year and showcase antique collectors from around Florida.
After a year of production, local author Terri Depue will host a book signing for her first novel, “Blooms: A Magnolia Creek Novel.”
The Gainesville Improv Festival is returning for a milestone 10th time, showcasing comedy talent from across the country.
University Galleries at UF opened its most recent exhibit Monday, showcasing the work of artist Carl Knickerbocker.
What started as a faint vision for 20-year-old UF theatre junior Andrew Quimby during his freshman year has blossomed into a full-blown theater production that will take stage this Friday.
Two UF students have created Just Kidding, a sketch comedy group based on poking fun at what they know: the theater community.