Image courtesy Clearwater Marine Aquarium.

Living with Whales (and Dolphins, too) at Clearwater Marine Aquarium

You know that story about the lobsterman who got swallowed by a humpback whale? Here’s a safer, but no less exciting, alternative.

Flock together for “Birds of a Feather” in Gulfport

Timed perfectly for Pride Month, Marc Acito’s play about a penguin two-dad family is a delight at Gulfport Community Players.

Aaron F. Henderson, "400 Years" (2019), gouache on paper, at the James.

Can You Hear It? Woodson Museum opens “Reverberations” on Juneteenth at the James

“Can you hear the song that has been playing for over four centuries?” asks curator Desmond Clark.

"Tillandsia and Lichens," a watercolor by Lynne Railsback in SKYWAY at the MFA.

Four Museums, Five Counties, One SKYWAY

SKYWAY, a huge survey of local art, is a collaboration between museums in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Sarasota.

The Florida Orchestra, distanced. Photo: Chris Zuppa.

Arts Calendar: What To Watch For in March 2021

Theaters, galleries, museums, movies, concert venues, markets and more have all had to bob and weave through the ever-changing demands of the pandemic, but the shows will and do go on.

A&E Calendar: Live shows & livestreams, indoors & out

Yes, Virginia, there is an arts season. Many of these events were included in our dRTBestBets in the current Holiday Issue of duPont REGISTRY Tampa Bay, though be sure to check ahead […]

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dR Daily 11/23/20: “Van Gogh Alive” at the Dali

The familiarity of Vincent van Gogh’s paintings, reproduced everywhere from dorm walls to coffee mugs, could sap them of their power — unless, that is, you’ve been fortunate enough to […]

Derrick Adams, "Floater 36," 2017, acrylic paint and collage on paper, from "Buoyant" at the MFA. Collection of Audrey & Jeffrey Spiegel.

The Museum of Fine Arts is feeling "Buoyant" — and for good reason

Many businesses in the Tampa Bay area slowly reopened over the summer, including most of our favorite museums – with one notable exception. The Museum of Fine Arts, the oldest museum in St. Petersburg […]

A still from the American Stage Shakespeare Lite production of "Othello" on Zoom.

O is for Online Arts: COVID Can’t Stop Creativity

For the last several weeks, we’ve been teasing the content of this year’s A to Z Issue one letter at a time. The print edition arrives in mailboxes later this month, after which […]

Tyler Putnam as the Pirate King in Opera Tampa's "Pirates of Penzance." Will Staples photo.

Weekend Top Ten: 10 hopeful signs for the local arts scene

It’s tough right now for any of us to plan for the future, and that’s painfully true for the artists and arts organizations our area is known for. Performances cancelled […]