Chalk Festival – Ten Year Anniversary

November 10 – November 13, 2017 (8AM-6PM)
900 Airport Avenue East, Venice
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Chalk Festival 2017
Chalk Festival 2017
Since 2010 the Chalk Festival has displayed the largest gathering of 3D illusions in one location than any other place or any other time in the history of the art form. Innovator of 3D pavement art form, Kurt Wenner, will be creating a piece alongside other world-record holders from all over the world.

3D illusions make the road surface appear to dip inward or rise above as the artists paint intricate designs that become interactive when finished. These illusions are all sorts of sizes from 12 feet and up to 100 feet, taking artists 3-8 days to complete. They are created by one artist or sometimes a teams of artists, depending on the size.

Most 3D illusions will be completed or close to completed by November 11th, when the festival first opens.

Additional Events

Young and Young at Heart
A Visitors Interactive for The Creation of Impromptu Chalk Art

Curated Pavement Art Exhibition
A Select Group of Pavement Artists

Museum Exhibition
Celebrating 10 Years of Chalk & Community

Hot Air Balloon
View the Chalk Festival from 120 feet in the air!

Pavement Music Festival
Local and regional easy-listening and get-up-and-dance – enjoyment!

Completed Artwork Viewing Day
Curated Section, 3D Illusions and Pavement Art

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Chalk Festival
900 Airport Avenue East, Venice

Mary GrandPré to Design 2013 Bradenton Blues Festival Poster

Mary GrandPré to Design 2013 Bradenton Blues Festival Poster
The Harry Potter illustrator is creating a limited-edition poster for the second annual Bradenton Blues Festival.

(Bradenton, FL) Mary GrandPré, the celebrated illustrator best known for her cover and chapter illustrations for the American editions of the Harry Potter books, has signed on for a second year to create the poster for the Bradenton Blues Festival. Proceeds from sales of the limited-edition poster and original artwork will benefit the festival’s youth outreach programs, including “Blues in the Schools.”

“We’re thrilled that Mary GrandPré has agreed to once again illustrate the Bradenton Blues Festival poster,” says Johnette Isham, executive director of Realize Bradenton, the organization behind the Bradenton Blues Festival. “Last year’s striking poster was iconic—an instant classic. It also became a coveted collector’s item and helped us raise much-needed funds for our youth education programs. We’re grateful to Mary for her generosity and dedication to this festival and to our community.”

As she did last year, GrandPré will work closely with designer Paula Murray of ArteFact Design to create the poster. Murray also designed the festival’s popular logo that graces print ads, billboards, t-shirts and caps.

Mary GrandPre and Paula Murray with 2012 Bradenton Blues Fest
Mary GrandPre and Paula Murray with 2012 Bradenton Blues Fest

Both women fill the soundtrack of their lives with the blues. Murray is a blues drummer, and GrandPré fills her studio with the music of such blues giants as Keb’ Mo’, Taj Mahal and Etta James. “It’s a treat to be able to work together on a project that fuses our love of art and music—and also benefits our community and its youth,” says GrandPré.

According to Isham, only 200 limited-edition copies of the 2013 poster, signed by the artist, will be available for sale. Isham says the 2013 posters will be available for purchase for $50 starting October 15 at Keeton’s Office & Art Supply, 817 Manatee Avenue West in downtown Bradenton. GrandPré’s original artwork will be auctioned off on the day of the festival. For more information, about purchase of the 2013 Bradenton Blues Festival poster or original artwork, contact Morgan Bettes of Realize Bradenton at Subject line should read: “Bradenton Blues Festival: Inquiry about 2013 poster.”

2012 Bradenton Blues Festival Poster by Mary GrandPre
2012 Bradenton Blues Festival Poster by Mary GrandPré

The 2013 Bradenton Blues Festival, a family-friendly day of top blues stars and inspired food and art, returns to downtown Bradenton’s Riverwalk, December 7, 2013. The 2013 lineup includes the acclaimed young vocalist Shemekia Copeland; the celebrated Eddie Shaw & the Wolfgang; musical siblings Danielle, Kris and Nick Schnebelen of the critically acclaimed Trampled Under Foot; guitarist, singer, and songwriter Anthony Gomes; rising blues star John Nemeth; Mississippi soul-blues man Johnny Rawls; the Doug Deming and the Jewel Tones with Dennis Gruenling band; and soulful, rising blues star, Albert Castiglia. Tickets are $30 in advance; $40 at the gate; $25 per person for groups of 10 or more; $20 for students; and $10 for children, ages 5-12. Children four and under will be admitted free. For more information or to buy tickets, visit

About Realize Bradenton

Realize Bradenton is a non-profit organization that builds community and promotes economic development through collaborative events, strategic partnerships, and interactive strategies. We help make downtown Bradenton one of the best riverfront communities in the country. For more information, visit:



Art Meets Agriculture – Farm City Week

November 19-29th, 2011
Each year in November, Manatee County celebrates its heritage with Farm City Week. Local visual artists will be on exhibit.

November 19-29th, 2011
Palmetto Art Center, 907 5th Street West, Palmetto FL


On Saturday evening, November 19th, from 6-9PM Palmetto Art Center (PAC) will celebrate, through art and music, Manatee County and the City of Palmetto’s association with its agricultural past. Each year in November, Manatee County celebrates its heritage with Farm City Week. PAC wraps up the week long celebration with an enlightening art show entitled ART meets Agriculture. Local visual artists will be on exhibit and members of the Manatee River Bluegrass Band will strum from 7 – 9PM.

The City of Palmetto Proclamation states: “…Farm City Week provides a unique opportunity for those in agricultural enterprises and their city neighbors to become better acquainted and to work together for a better understanding of their interdependence on each other…” PAC strives to better acquaint the county and the City of Palmetto’s community with the work of local artists and their impressions of our agricultural past and future.

Tim Jaeger, a professional contemporary painter of the arts group sARTq, award winning Florida Cowboy photographer, Jimmy Peters, agricultural-inspired canvases, photography, ceramics and milled steel are a sampling of the art on exhibit.

PAC’s ART meets Agriculture show opening reception is open to all who are looking for a social evening of family friendly fun. There is no admission fee. Select artwork, wine and soft drinks will be on sale. For those who cannot attend the opening reception, PAC Gallery is open Monday – Friday 11AM – 2PM, closed on Wednesdays. ART meets Agriculture show will be on show until November 29th, 2011.

PAC is located in historic downtown Palmetto at 907 5th street West – right next door to Growers’ Hardware. For detailed directions and ART meets Agriculture SHOW information visit

PAC | Palmetto Art Center
907 5th Street West, Palmetto, FL 34221
(941) 518 – 2109

ArtSlam – Realize Bradenton

October 15, 2011
As part of Festival sARTe′e, this second annual event in downtown Bradenton features hundreds of artists, musicians and performers, site-specific art installations, and interactive art experiences.

October 15, 2011 (3pm-11pm)

(Bradenton, FL) Organizers at Realize Bradenton announce the second annual ArtSlam, a celebration of the arts featuring hundreds of artists, musicians, performers, installation art, and interactive art experiences, Saturday, October 15, 3-11 p.m., along downtown Bradenton’s Old Main Street. For a complete schedule of events and locations, visit or contact Johnette Isham, at 941-350-8563.

According to Realize Bradenton’s executive director, Johnette Isham, this family-friendly festival features “out-of-the-box” performance art, theater, dance, music, video art, and even an “art fashion show.” Isham says the festival is largely interactive with plenty of opportunities for audiences to become part of the art and performances. “People will be able to work on a potter’s wheel, help paint a community mural, create art from recyclables, and dance to the music of a number of bands.” Other activities include body-painting, marionette shows, a custom skateboard park and the nighttime release of a thousand paper airplanes. There will be a food court and downtown Bradenton restaurants and pubs will also participate.

Isham explains that ArtSlam installations will be created “live” along Old Main Street during the eight-hour festival. “Because there is no set theme, collaborative teams will creatively use existing streetscape sites while engaging the general public in a brief contemporary art experience,” she says.

Art Slam 2011 is organized by Realize Bradenton, a non-profit organization that builds community and promotes economic development through collaborative events, partnerships, and interactive strategies. For more information about Realize Bradenton, visit

The following line-up includes some of the participating artists and performers:

Body Art Slam (Barbara Tapley-Kenney, Brandon Sommers of Classic Ink and Southeast High School’s Visual & Performing Arts Academy.) Classic Ink and Southeast High School collaborate to create family-friendly body-painting and a body-painting installation with live models, which will culminate in a body “sculpture” window display inside the Classic Ink storefront. This is an audience interactive art project.

Community Totem Poles from Clay (Gretchen Leclezio and Palmetto Art Center) During the day, with six throwing wheels, Gretchen Leclezio and instructors will assist the ArtSlam audience to create a number of clay vessels and pieces during two, 30-minute sessions. The creations will be assembled into sculptural totem poles. The sculptures will be painted and embellished, during the last several hours of ArtSlam to create an organic, communal sculptural piece.

1,111 Windows to the Soul (Mike Bowen of Bowen Imagery) Visionary artist Michael Bowen illustrates that we really are all connected. Using light, rather than pigment, and occasional rhythmic percussion, rather than melody; he takes the viewer to explore the connections between races, ages, and genders. This project includes a video presentation in the 4th Ave. performance area after dusk. Check schedules at ArtSlam info tent, mainstage, or 4th Ave. performance area for time of video presentation.

Building Community (Leymis Bolanis Wilmott, Alyson Dolan, and Fuzion Dance) Fuzión Dance Artists, along with visual artists, musicians, and professional and student performers, will work together to create a live installation. This multi-media and multi-sensory installation will be constantly changing as dancers sculpt their bodies in and around the streetscape as it is manipulated by fellow artists. The team will also present several of their previous performances.

Little Chalkers (Denise Kowal, producer of the Sarasota Chalk Festival)
The young and young at heart are invited to participate in this interactive event to create their own mini-masterpieces, using chalk as their medium and the street surface as their canvas. Their mini-masterpieces will be a part of a day-long puzzle that will respect individuality through a project that creates unity.

Re-Cycle of Seasons (Lyndsay Martinez-Gordon and the Starlette Sisters) The public will be given a new outlook on what can be done with common things they would usually throw away or put into recycle bins. Event attendees will be invited to make their choice of several recycled art designs, then personalize them to hang in trees for nighttime illumination; or they can take their creations home with them.

Old Main Puppet Improv (Jo-Ellen Gorris of the Village of the Arts and team) An assortment of unique, self-designed and constructed puppets will entertain and interact with the audience on two specially-designed stages. Talented puppets will also paint portraits and tell fortunes. The puppets will be free to wander the streetscape and interact with the public.

Writings on the Wall (Erica Lindegren and the New College of Florida Dance Collective) This piece explores the intersections between discursive language and interpersonal connections, illuminating how it can be embodied, or inked, physically and emotionally, onto our bodies. Movement becomes spoken word, becomes text, and influenced by other group members, returns to the original sentence phrasing.

Manatee County Memories (Sarah Taylor and team) Various memories and history from residents of Manatee County will be collected and recorded prior to the day of ArtSlam. These, combined with memories and histories of ArtSlam attendees, will be represented with imagery painted onto hand-carved wooden pieces. Assembled, the pieces will form a large 3-D puzzle of a manatee.

Community Murals (Debra Gallery and a team of instructors and young students from ArtCenter Manatee) The audience is invited to assist in the creation of three large mural pieces that will be hung in an art studio at the ArtCenter Manatee facility after ArtSlam. One will represent collage, another an underwater theme, and the third expressionist work.

Elision (Paul Ramshaw, Frank Enright, Jeff Hazelton and team) This conceptual piece brings together musicians, dancers, and video artists in a collaboration that references local and national issues, and elaborates on them to create an expressive media performance. The performance includes Courtney Smith and members of the Moving Ethos Dance Company. This project includes a video presentation in the 4th Ave. performance area after dusk.

Time to Fish (Kathy Fitzgerald and Georgette D’Amelio of Bayshore High School) A sculpture created by using assorted gadgets and found objects to print with paint on precut, primed, metal fish shapes. The fish will be embellished with watch parts, and assembled into a large sculptural piece. A children’s printmaking activity will be ongoing while the aluminum sculpture is being constructed.

Art in the Air (Claudia Deschu, John Kokajko, and team) Audience participants (with assistance from volunteers) will fold 10 different types of planes, blimps and helicopters from colorful paper to prepare for a choreographed evening launch from the balcony, which will be accompanied by music and recorded by photographer John Kokajko. During the day, Kokajko will capture images of participants and immediately print out postcards to mail directly from ArtSlam.

ArtDeckO (Geza Darrah, crew and team) ArtDeckO is a one-day community “pop up” skateboard park and art project. It is its own world; built of the positivity, creativity, and energy of skateboarding as both an art form and a culture—from a local perspective. Half pipe, quarter pipes, ramps, painters, videographers, live bands, and a team competition video open to the public. Bring your video camera and enter.

A-maze-in’ Art (Steve McAllister and a collective of artists) Based on the wisdom of the ages that runs through our various traditions, the passage through the Labyrinth of the Unbroken Path will take voyagers through the path of higher consciousness to the heart of who we are as a people. Various artists have been selected to express particular stages of the journey. The end result is a community-based, interactive piece of installation art that is beautiful, creative, and consciousness-raising.

Out of the Box performances, a new addition to ArtSlam, feature local musicians, dancers, theatrical and poetic artists taking the stage to present their unique and individual talents. These performances are 3-11 p.m., and will rotate between two performance areas: The mainstage on Old Main Street near Manatee Avenue, and the 4th Avenue performance area, near the intersection of Old Main Street and 4th Avenue. The schedule features performances by The Open Door Band, Atlantico Tropical, Passerine, Blue Star, the RJ Howson Band, Bayside Community Church Band, student dancers and performers from New College, and Tapped-In, a dance troupe from Tampa, as well as additional performers and acts.

For a complete line-up of teams and locations, visit the project section of

About Realize Bradenton
Realize Bradenton is a non-profit organization that builds community and promotes economic development through collaborative events, partnerships, and interactive strategies. We help make downtown Bradenton one of the best riverfront communities in the country. For more information, visit:

2011 Sarasota Chalk Festival

November 1 – 7, 2011
Celebrating the cultural art form of performance pavement art the Sarasota Chalk Festival is lined up to become the most important contemporary venue in the world as the most renowned local, national and international artists use chalk as their medium and the street pavement as their canvas to turn South Pineapple Avenue into a gallery in motion.

November 1-7, 2011
South Pineapple Avenue, Sarasota, FL

Celebrating the cultural art form of performance pavement art the Sarasota Chalk Festival is lined up to become the most important contemporary venue in the world November 1st – 7th as the most renowned local, national and international artists use chalk as their medium and the street pavement as their canvas to turn South Pineapple Avenue into a gallery in motion. This year’s lineup includes innovator of 3D pavement art Kurt Wenner from Washington, Melanie Stimmell Van Latam from California, Michael Kirby from Maryland, Leon Keer from Netherlands, Eduardo Relero from Spain, Vera Bugatti from Italy and Tomoteru Saito from Japan.

This year’s theme is focused on education features works from the art forms thinly document past all the way into today most current contemporary movements. As part of the timeline the festival will honor the Grazie di Curtatone Madonnari with a recreation of the historic 24-hour Madonnari competition that takes place yearly in Mantua Italy during the Feast of the Assumption. Dozens of Italian artists will travel to Sarasota to perform alongside some ambitious American artists in this 24-hour competition that runs November 4th to 5th from 6pm – 6pm that will depict works of art in their tradition of Christian inspiration.

An Exhibition featuring Kurt Wenner’s amazing work will travel from the San Juan Islands Museum to the Ringling College Diana Roskamp Exhibition Hall for a two-week showing October 26th till November 8th. During the festival Wenner will create a pavement drawing with local students marking his first time performed in a festival since 1995. Wenner is a part of the Chalk Festival Lecture Series that will be held at Ringling College and at the 529 Clothesline Gallery The series includes a private evening with Kurt Wenner “Reawakening the Renaissance”, Classical Drawing, 3D and Illusion Techniques, Street Painting Techniques and an in-depth look at the History of Pavement Art. Tickets are on sale at or at their Farmer’s Market booth each Saturday till the event.

Renowned Baltimore pavement artist Michael Kirby has partnered with the Sarasota Opera. Kirby will create an elaborate outdoor opera to be constructed at the festival for one-hour excerpts of the famous Madama Butterfly taking place Sunday, November 6th at 11am, 3pm and 8 pm. The set that takes a month to build will feature other performances such as poetry readings, theater and Canadian opera singer Myriam Herman.

New this season, the Chalk Festival is “Going Vertical” with renowned artists Chor Boggie and John Pugh from California, Eduardo Kobra from Brazil, MTO MTO from Germany, Erni Vales from Miami and more. Working on approve properties the artists will create vertical masterpieces including a public art partnership with the City of Sarasota and Jonathan Parks Architect to install 5 public murals in the Palm Avenue Parking Garage starting Tuesday, November 1st.

The 7-day festival will take place Tuesday, November 1st through Monday, November 7th with events in Burns Square and Ringling College. The Chalk Festival will feature dozens of partnerships with other performers in Music, Dance, Poetry, Film, and Theater who are professionals, students and even the little ones just starting their performance experience.

The Sarasota Chalk Festival is organized and managed by the Avenida de Colores 501c3 volunteer nonprofit and is a family event that is free and accessible to all.



Illussion, 3D and Persective Artists Performing
400-500 S. Pineapple Avenue in Burns Square over a dozen internationally renowned street artists will create large 3d works of art. The works, which fool your eye and tickle your mind taking several days to complete. The creative development of scale, distor- tion perspective and illusion as the works are created is a performance worth watching.

November 4 – 6
Traditional, 2D and Contemporary Artists Performing
300-600 S. Pineapple Avenue in Burns Square hundreds of artists will transform the pavement into a performance art museum in motion starting on friday morning and completing by sunday.

November 4 – 5
500 S. Pineapple Avenue in Burns Square
Madonnari Competition
over a dozen artists with the help of artists from italy will recreate the Madonnari competition to honor the Grazie that takes place in Mantova italy yearly since 1972. The Grazie is responsible for keeping the cul- tural traditions of street painting alive. artists will fol- low the rules and regulations of the Grazie using dry chalk to create works of art with christian inspiration. artists will work 24-hours straight to complete their works. a blessing of the chalk will take place at 5 pm.

Student Chalk Art Competition
November 5
Whole Foods Market Centre on 1st Street, Downtown
students will turn the sidewalks along whole foods Market centre into an art gallery for this one-day com- petition. little children are also encouraged to chalk.

Little Chalkers – Children at Heart
November 5 & 6, 9 am – 5 pm – Public Participation
Oak Street between S. Pineapple & Palm Avenues in Burns Square
an entire city block is dedicated to children and the young at heart to create their own mini-masterpieces during the event. chalk will be provided and it is free to all to participate. Please come inspire and be in- spired by everyone who wants to give chalk art a try.

Viewing Day – Completed Artwork
November 7, 8 am – 7 pm
300-600 S. Pineapple Avenue in Burns Square
come enjoy the neighborhood, have lunch, catch a movie at Burns court cinema and see the completed artwork before all the artwork is completely removed before the next day.

Kurt Wenner Museum Show
October 26- November 8
Ringling College – Diana Roskamp Exhibition Hall
showcasing the unimaginable skills of a true renais- sance man and master 3-d artist, kurt wenner. The exhibition will feature original oils and pastels, pre- liminary sketched for his pavement art, drawings of historical characters and fantasy worlds, plus memo- rabilia from decades of world travel and sidewalk painting. The show will also include the history of sidewalk art from around the world.

Opera Madama Butterfly
November 6th, Three Shows: 11am, 3pm, 8pm
Dolphin Street in Burns Square
renowned Baltimore artist, Michael kirby has created an outdoor set for the sarasota opera to perform one- hour excerpts of Madama Butterfly live at the sarasota chalk festival. The set is located at the intersection of dolphin street and Pineapple avenue. Throughout the day other performing artists will sing, act, dance and play on the stage between opera sets

Music and Other Performances
November 4 – 6 Burns Square
daily live Performances on our Main stage located on laurel street.

Cellograff Art
November 4 – 6 – Public Can Participate
Burns Square
kanos and astro are traveling from Paris france to wrap Burns square in cellophane and create walls for aerosol artists to create vertical art that will change each day of the festival. This demonstration is highly interactive and a fun way to express yourself without imposing on others personal property. Bring your own aerosol cans and participate.

Going Vertical – Painting Walls
November 1 – 7
Various Locations throughout City
dozens of approved local artists and artists from all over the usa, france, Germany and italy will transform walls that have been pre-approved by property owners into works of art.

Kurt Wenner – A Private Evening
Lecture : Reawakening the Renaissance “Asphalt Renaissance” – A Private Evening with Kurt Wenner
World-renowned artist, architect and innovator of 3D pavement art, as he takes you through his journey that started in Rome and took him around the world. His studies of the European classical tradition found art to be a language of form with ancient roots that is still a valid vehicle for artistic expression. His studies and works include drawings, sculpture, decorative arts, paintings, architecture, as well as innovative contemporary media. Wenner will present a slideshow and lecture of his experience traveling and transforming the folk art of the Italian Madonnari into a lively, contemporary and international sensation.
November 1, 2011 @ 8:00 PM
Ringling College of Art & Design
Diana Roskamp Exhibition Hall
$25 adult/$15 student ID
Book signing after lecture

Kurt Wenner – Instruction Demonstration
“Street Painting Techniques”
World renowned 3D artist Kurt Wenner will provide an overview and demonstration of the various techniques used in pavement art in the past and current mediums, styles and cultures. This will be a hands on interactive class.
November 1, 2011 @ 9:00 AM
529 Clothesline Gallery, 529 S. Pineapple Avenue
$20 adult/$10 student ID

Kurt Wenner – Instructional Demonstration
“Perspective, 3D, Illusion Techniques”
One of the great myths of our time is that humans “see like a camera”. Photography is widely believed to be a major force in the demise of academic figurative traditions in the visual arts and in the birth of modernism. Humans do not see like a camera and before the invention of photography, artists never felt responsible for replicating nature. Perspective illusions are the outward projection of human experience and imagination from the back of the eye onto surfaces in the physical world. Wenner will discuss the history of illusion and demonstrate the mathematical solutions to ancient problems in depiction. This will be a hands on interactive class.
November 3, 2011 @ 9:00 AM
529 Clothesline Gallery, 529 S. Pineapple Avenue
$20 adult/$10 student ID

Kurt Wenner – Instructional Demonstration
“Classical Drawing”
Classical drawing is often misunderstood as a style of art. Instead, it is a language of depiction that encompasses many historical and personal styles. The structure of classicism is rooted in ancient principles of sacred geometry and human perception. No other artistic language has surpassed its ability to communicate form and space to the viewer. Wenner will demonstrate that a classical drawing is fundamentally both “abstract” in structure and “pure” in design.
November 5, 2011 @ 9:00 AM
529 Clothesline Gallery, 529 S. Pineapple Avenue
$20 adult/$10 student ID

Kurt Wenner – Lecture
“Architecture and Architecture Detailing”
Classical architecture in the ancient world was based on precise mathematical principles of symmetry. Proportion is a form of symmetry that requires all of the parts of a building to maintain a precise relationship to the whole. Decorative elements of a building must therefore be designed and fabricated in order to make an architectural design into a unified work of art. This lecture will discuss both the design and production of original architectural details.
Book signing reception at JWood Realty following lecture, 330 S. Pineapple Avenue in Burns Square.
November 2, 2011 @ 5:00 PM
Ringling College of Art & Design
Academic Center Auditorium
$20 adult/$10 student ID
Book signing reception at JWood Realty following lecture, 330 S. Pineapple Avenue in Burns Square.

Kurt Wenner – Lecture
“History of Pavement Art”
Pavement art has a rich, colorful, and varied history that is often “simplified to the point of being wrong”, by writers who have little personal experience with the various traditions or the protagonists. Wenner will describe the cultural roots and methods of the italian madonnari, the German strassenmaler, and the British screevers. All of these cultural traditions have been used as a foundation for the current emergence of pavement art as a global artistic phenomenon, which still provides opportunities for artists and students. Rare photos and engravings of historical pavement artists will accompany the lecture/slideshow.
November 4, 2011 @ 4:00 PM
Ringling College of Art & Design
Academic Center Auditorium
$20 adult/$10 student ID

Jim Prigoff – Lecture
“Fourty Years of Spray Can Art”
Documenting urban murals worldwide since the 1960’s, Prigoff’s personal photography collection of spraycan art (graffiti) is one of the most extensive in the world. He will share with you his collection of not only photographs, but amazing stories on his years documenting this urban art form. He is the co-author of several books on the subject. Book signing follows the lecture.
November 4, 2011 @ 8:00 PM
Ringling College of Art & Design
Academic Center Auditorium
$20 adult/$10 student ID