- Monday January 7, 2013
- 8:00am - 11:00pm
- 1001 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34233
- Wendy Gurkis, President
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- Ringling College / Sarasota Museum of Art /SMOA
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- Sarasota Museum of Art / SMOA
- Wendy Gurkis
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Renowned sculptor Patrick Dougherty will be in Sarasota for SMOA's 2013 “ARTmuse” program, January 7-26, 2013. Dougherty's imaginative monumental sculptures made of trees, twigs, vines, and other natural materials can be seen around the world. During his three-week Sarasota project, the artist will build a site-specific installation on the grounds of the historic Sarasota High School, future home of the Sarasota Museum of Art/ SMOA. The public will have many opportunities to view the artist at work and everyone is encouraged to stop by the high school to see the work in progress and witness his creation as it unfolds and evolves. The high school is located at 1001 S. Tamiami Trail in Sarasota.
PHOTO GALLERY: Girl Inc. Celebrates Girl of the Year
Today called for a celebration at Girls Incorporated Girl for the Girl of the Year award and the first ever National Girls Inc. “Champions for Girls” award.
The Ringling rings in the winter season
The "Greet the Light" celebration takes place 7 to 11 p.m. Dec. 20 and is a bright light against the dwindling daylight caused by the winter solstice.
Gator policy still floats
Despite a legal opinion from legal counsel stating the Ranch shouldn’t create a gator policy, Town Hall officials are working to create an educational presentation that help the reptiles stay put.
Sarasota Ballet invited to Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival
After a year of honors and firsts, the Sarasota Ballet has been invited to perform at Jacob's Pillow, America's longest-running dance festival.