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Nomad Art Bus - photo by @kdrodriguezart

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Daniel Barojas - Daystar mural

SHINE Mural by Todd Frain at Creative Clay - photo by Matt Cowley

Interested in Becoming a Public Art Artist?

Interested in Becoming a Public Art Artist?

Join us for a Zoom workshop on Thursday, December 17 from 1-2:30 p.m.

The St. Pete Arts Alliance presents a Zoom panel discussion with successful professional public art creators and those in the public arts sector – to discuss how an artist can develop the credentials needed to qualify to compete for a public art commission.

Topics covered

– Requirements for public arts qualifying artists

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SHINE Panel on Art as Advocacy

The SHINE Mural Festival partnered with the St Petersburg College Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions to moderate and facilitate this discussion on Environmental Justice + Art as Advocacy as part of Sea Walls: St. Petersburg on November 5.

You can watch the recording here.

Panelists include:

Nneka Jones | Artist⁣
Daniel Sebastian Padilla Ochoa | Ocean Conservancy⁣
Tre’ Packard | PangeaSeed Foundation ⁣
Jenee Priebe | SHINE Mural Festival⁣
Jabari Reed-Diop | Artist ⁣
Danni Washington | Big Blue &

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Art Review from Our High School Correspondent

Jim Swallow and Stereo Photography

By Rowan V.

Come and visit Jim Swallow and a variety of other artists at Soft Water Studios. The exhibition may be on its final week, but you can come on Second Saturday ArtWalk and explore Soft Water Studios along with 29 other artists’ works.

As well as viewing the intriguing artwork displayed, there are artists working in the studios of the building most times during the exhibit hours,

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