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Providing leadership for the financial success, quality, diversity, and organizational stability of the arts and cultural community of St. Petersburg.

Valentine's Day Second Saturday ArtWalk Featured

Second Saturday Saturday Valentine's day ArtWalk St. Petersburg's Second Saturday ArtWalk will be held on Saturday, February 14 from 5 to 9 p.m. For Valentine’s Day, over 40 galleries and studios in the Waterfront Arts District, Central Arts District, EDGE District, Grand Central District and the Warehouse Arts Districts come together as one arts destination. Be the first to see…
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Thank you Sponsors! MUSE@MFA 2015

MUSE is Sold out!! Thank you to all our MUSE 2015 Sponsors! Visit our MUSE 2015 Sponsor page to view all of this years sponsors and visit their websites. MUSE 2015 Sponsors include pARTy Planners, Media, In Kind and Arts Education Partners. MUSE 2015 SPONSORS - CLICK HERE MUSE 2015 Sponsors MUSE 2015 pARTy Partners MUSE 2015 MEDIA SPONSORS MUSE…
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MUSE@MFA 2015

Our second annual benefit for the arts is SOLD OUT!! Held at the Museum of Fine Arts on Friday, January 30, the MUSE Arts Awards will shine a spotlight on those who inspire and guide St. Petersburg to its standing as an arts destination. Proceeds benefit the Arts Alliance's programs and services including ArtWalk, ArtBeat, Arts Education, the SunLit Festival,…
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT
FROM MAYAN HANDS

The St. Petersburg Arts Alliance is excited to announce it's newest member to our community, From Mayan Hands. The new gallery is located at 2006 2nd Ave South.

Headed by Robert Drapkin, From Mayan Hands imports one of a kind Mayan folk art, textiles, and handicrafts from living Mayan Indian artists from the highlands of western Guatemala. Their handmade art includes sculpture, santos, dance masks, textiles, ceramics and ceremonial objects. Due to the limited nature of the Mayan art and the fact that artisans are waning in their numbers, their offerings are truly collectibles.

New to the St.Pete area, this organization has a lot to offer and is looking forward to participating in our local art community. Be sure to check them out, as well as the inspired mural on the side of their building, adding to the wonderful collection we have in downtown St. Pete!

For more information, visit their website: http://frommayanhands.com