SARTQ: Green

SARTQ translates GREEN Opening reception: November 7 (2pm-4pm) In conjunction with the Englewood Art Center’s 2015-2016 Exhibition season Fifty Shades of Green, members of the Sarasota Contemporary Art Collective, SARTQ, translate the concept of Green. View SARTQ’s multiple interpretations of Green-from environmental to color depictions- in this diverse multimedia small works exhibition located in EAC’s Read More >

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Ringling Underground: Photography in the Courtyard

RINGLING UNDERGROUND: PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE COURTYARD Thursday, October 1, 2015: 8 – 11 p.m. All who have experienced The Ringling museum’s courtyard can agree that an appropriate adjective to describe the space might be “grandiose.” When exhibiting against a backdrop of pink marble and bronze statues, towering, three-dimensional artworks tend to attract the most attention from Read More >

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SARTQ: HERE AND NOW: Statement from Curator Danny Olda

SARTQ: HERE AND NOW Public Opening Reception: Saturday, August 15: 6-9PM 1525 State St., Sarasota, FL The greatest challenge in curating this exhibition is perhaps also the greatest strength of SaRtQ: the collective’s diversity of artists and their practices. Collectives often assemble with extremely like-minded artists, forming groups that are homogenous to a fault. However, SaRtQ Read More >

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SARTQ, Sarasota’s local popular artist collective has reemerged. The now redesigned 501c3 network of accomplished Sarasota and Manatee artists invites you to their first 2015 exhibition. Featuring artists include: Andrew Long, Cassia Kite, Caui Lofgren, Daniel Miller, Elena De La Ville, Javier Rodriguez, Jenny Medved, Joseph Arnegger, Laine Nixon, Larry Forgard, Morgan Janssen, Natalya Swanson, Read More >

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Devotional installation, oil and bronze powder pigment on canvas, newspaper, saran wrap, tape, red velvet, gold and red thread, 2015 ArtWalk is a two-part event taking place at the University of South Florida Fine Arts Hall on April 16 & 30, 2015 from 7-9p.m. ArtWalk was made possibly by The College of The Arts Council in collaboration Read More >

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Natalya Swanson