Tampa Museum of Art

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Fourth Friday

January 27, 2017

4-10p

Kick off your evening on the town at the Museum as we join cultural institutions along Tampa’s Riverwalk in celebrating Downtown Tampa’s rich arts and culture scene. Meet one of our educators in the galleries at 7 or 8 for a fun and fast gallery activity that will change the way you look at art or create a make-and-take inspired by the works on view (available 5-9p).

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Fourth Friday

May 26, 2017

4-10p

Kick off your evening on the town at the Museum as we join cultural institutions along Tampa’s Riverwalk in celebrating Downtown Tampa’s rich arts and culture scene. Enjoy pay-as-you-will admission throughout the night and free scheduled gallery activities. Check in at the front desk for activity start times.

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Art Spot

May 27, 2017

11a-2p

Join us and let your imagination run free as our art facilitators introduce exhibition-specific methods of art making filled with fun and creativity for you and yours. Make sure to visit every week because no two Saturdays are alike.

May 6  Black & White Paper Portraits

May 13  Black & White Watercolor Paintings

May 20  Leaf Rubbings

May 27  Torn-paper Landscapes

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Monday Meditation

May 29, 2017

Mondays, 5:30-7p

Join the Museum and Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center for a short after-work meditation class. No registration required. Cost per class is $10 per person.

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Art Spot

June 3, 2017

11am-2pm

Join us and let your imagination run free as our art facilitators introduce exhibition-specific methods of art making filled with fun and creativity for you and yours.

Make sure to visit every week because no two Saturdays are alike.

June 3: Skyway-Inspired Collages
June 10: Under/Over Bridge
June 17: 3D Jelly Fish
June 24: Nature Prints

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Exploring Mixed Media

June 3, 2017

1:30-4:30p

The main concept students will study is how imagery in artwork has changed and/or stayed consistent during different art movements and how that directly affects the media used. The students will create animal-themed art pieces including painting and assemblage. For all levels from beginning to advanced, ages 14+ Pre-registration required, $200 for members, $225 for not-yet-members. Held in the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

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Monday Meditation

June 5, 2017

5:30-7p

Join the Museum and Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center for a short after-work meditation class. No registration required. Cost per class is $10 per person.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

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Discovering Creative Writing

June 7, 2017

3:30-6:30p

This course will focus on developing the individual voice and style of the writer through a combination of guided writing and collaborative editing, designed to help students better develop their perspective. For all levels from beginning to advanced, ages 14+. Pre-registration required, $130 for members, $155 for not-yet-members. Held in the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center. erson.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

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Thirty on Thursday

June 8, 2017

12:30p

Spend thirty minutes in the galleries with an expert! Meet an environmentalist in the galleries for a quick look at Florida Images: Landscape Photography from the Permanent Collection. Free with regular Museum admission. RSVP at Michele.Laws@tampamuseum.org.

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Art Spot

June 10, 2017

11am-2pm

Join us and let your imagination run free as our art facilitators introduce exhibition-specific methods of art making filled with fun and creativity for you and yours.

Make sure to visit every week because no two Saturdays are alike.

June 3: Skyway-Inspired Collages
June 10: Under/Over Bridge
June 17: 3D Jelly Fish
June 24: Nature Prints

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Exploring Mixed Media

June 10, 2017

1:30-4:30p

The main concept students will study is how imagery in artwork has changed and/or stayed consistent during different art movements and how that directly affects the media used. The students will create animal-themed art pieces including painting and assemblage. For all levels from beginning to advanced, ages 14+ Pre-registration required, $200 for members, $225 for not-yet-members. Held in the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

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Special Patron Event

June 12, 2017

6-8pm

Celebrating the Permanent Collection
Florida Images: Landscape Photography
James Rosenquist: In Memoriam

6:45p Remarks: Michael Tomor, PhD, Executive Director

Open bar and light hors d’ oeuvres
Complimentary valet parking available on Gasparilla Plaza

RSVP to Todd Edwards, Individual Giving Development
Officer at Todd.Edwards@TampaMuseum.org or call 813.421.8372

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Discovering Creative Writing

June 14, 2017

3:30-6:30p

This course will focus on developing the individual voice and style of the writer through a combination of guided writing and collaborative editing, designed to help students better develop their perspective. For all levels from beginning to advanced, ages 14+. Pre-registration required, $130 for members, $155 for not-yet-members. Held in the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center. erson.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

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Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and Memory Loss

June 14, 2017

11a-12:30p

Participate in facilitated conversations that explore art through the lenses of memory, imagination, and creativity. Care partners and their loved ones engage socially as they look at a small selection of artwork.

Advanced registration is required for all sessions. Register at: https//tampamuseum.wufoo.com/forms/connections/. Registrants’ names are held confidential. Connections is presented in partnership with the USF Honors College and is generously sponsored in part by the Tampa Bay Foundation for Mental Health, Kenneth Pages, M.D. & Ryne Gallien, and T. Rowe Price.

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Art Spot

June 17, 2017

11am-2pm

Join us and let your imagination run free as our art facilitators introduce exhibition-specific methods of art making filled with fun and creativity for you and yours.

Make sure to visit every week because no two Saturdays are alike.

June 3: Skyway-Inspired Collages
June 10: Under/Over Bridge
June 17: 3D Jelly Fish
June 24: Nature Prints

Register Now

Exploring Mixed Media

June 17, 2017

1:30-4:30p

The main concept students will study is how imagery in artwork has changed and/or stayed consistent during different art movements and how that directly affects the media used. The students will create animal-themed art pieces including painting and assemblage. For all levels from beginning to advanced, ages 14+ Pre-registration required, $200 for members, $225 for not-yet-members. Held in the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

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Monday Meditation

June 19, 2017

5:30-7p

Join the Museum and Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center for a short after-work meditation class. No registration required. Cost per class is $10 per person.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

Register Now

Discovering Creative Writing

June 21, 2017

3:30-6:30p

This course will focus on developing the individual voice and style of the writer through a combination of guided writing and collaborative editing, designed to help students better develop their perspective. For all levels from beginning to advanced, ages 14+. Pre-registration required, $130 for members, $155 for not-yet-members. Held in the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center. erson.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

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Open Session

June 21, 2017

5-6:30p

Take a break from the mental strains of depression, recovery, trauma and other stresses that disrupt everyday life. Guests are invited to bring a plus one to share in the experience.

Advanced registration is required for all sessions. Register at: https//tampamuseum.wufoo.com/forms/connections/. Registrants’ names are held confidential. Connections is presented in partnership with the USF Honors College and is generously sponsored in part by the Tampa Bay Foundation for Mental Health, Kenneth Pages, M.D. & Ryne Gallien, and T. Rowe Price.

Register Now

Fourth Friday

June 23, 2017

4-10p

Kick off your evening on the town at the Museum as we join cultural institutions along Tampa’s Riverwalk in celebrating Downtown Tampa’s rich arts and culture scene. Enjoy pay-as-you-will admission throughout the night and free scheduled gallery activities. Check in at the front desk for activity start times. Enjoy the full dinner menu at Sono Cafe and “to go” libations as you explore the Riverwalk.

Register Now

Art Spot

June 24, 2017

11am-2pm

Join us and let your imagination run free as our art facilitators introduce exhibition-specific methods of art making filled with fun and creativity for you and yours.

Make sure to visit every week because no two Saturdays are alike.

June 3: Skyway-Inspired Collages
June 10: Under/Over Bridge
June 17: 3D Jelly Fish
June 24: Nature Prints

Register Now

Exploring Mixed Media

June 24, 2017

1:30-4:30p

The main concept students will study is how imagery in artwork has changed and/or stayed consistent during different art movements and how that directly affects the media used. The students will create animal-themed art pieces including painting and assemblage. For all levels from beginning to advanced, ages 14+ Pre-registration required, $200 for members, $225 for not-yet-members. Held in the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

Register Now

Monday Meditation

June 26, 2017

5:30-7p

Join the Museum and Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center for a short after-work meditation class. No registration required. Cost per class is $10 per person.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

Register Now

Veterans and Active Duty Military

June 28, 2017

5-6:30p

Join other military personnel and their loved ones as you explore artwork through facilitated conversations. Guests are invited to bring a family member or friend to share in the experience.

Advanced registration is required for all sessions. Register at: https//tampamuseum.wufoo.com/forms/connections/. Registrants’ names are held confidential. Connections is presented in partnership with the USF Honors College and is generously sponsored in part by the Tampa Bay Foundation for Mental Health, Kenneth Pages, M.D. & Ryne Gallien, and T. Rowe Price.

Register Now

Exploring Mixed Media

July 1, 2017

1:30-4:30p

The main concept students will study is how imagery in artwork has changed and/or stayed consistent during different art movements and how that directly affects the media used. The students will create animal-themed art pieces including painting and assemblage. For all levels from beginning to advanced, ages 14+ Pre-registration required, $200 for members, $225 for not-yet-members. Held in the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

Register Now

Exploring Mixed Media

July 8, 2017

1:30-4:30p

The main concept students will study is how imagery in artwork has changed and/or stayed consistent during different art movements and how that directly affects the media used. The students will create animal-themed art pieces including painting and assemblage. For all levels from beginning to advanced, ages 14+ Pre-registration required, $200 for members, $225 for not-yet-members. Held in the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

Register Now

Discovering Creative Writing

July 12, 2017

3:30-6:30p

This course will focus on developing the individual voice and style of the writer through a combination of guided writing and collaborative editing, designed to help students better develop their perspective. For all levels from beginning to advanced, ages 14+. Pre-registration required, $130 for members, $155 for not-yet-members. Held in the Roberta M. Golding Visual Arts Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center. erson.

Register Here: tampamuseum.org/summer-fall-adult-studio-2017/

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CITY Art-a-Porter: Susanne Bartsch

September 9, 2017

 

About CITY 2017

Art-a-Porter: Susanne Bartsch

An emulsion of fashion and culture, CITY is the signature fashion event at the Tampa Museum of Art that raises over $100,000 annually to bring the art and arts education programs for visitors of all ages to our community.

In 2017, CITY will be a “fashion event” in performance art style, a departure from a typical runway show, with Susanne Bartsch at the epicenter. Interactive vignettes – each created and styled by a different designer – will feature new looks inspired by Bartsch’s eccentric, avant-garde style and her impact on club kid culture, past and present.

Presented by Maureen Daly

Fashion Sponsor: Penny Vinik

Supporting Sponsors:

 

When: Saturday, September 9, 2017
VIP reception 7-8p
Main Event 8-10p
Bartschland Afterparty 10p-1a

Where: Tampa Museum of Art

Attendance: 400 guests

 

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE A SPONSORSHIP.

Tickets: VIPs enjoy reserved seating for the main event a private cocktail hour before general admission begins. All tickets include hors d’oeuvres by Eddie V’s, open bar, desserts and valet parking. All tickets includes Bartschland After Party!

$250 VIP Ticket | $125 General Admission | $50 Bartschland Afterparty only

Purchase your tickets below.

Committee: Billy Cole & Pam Wysocki – co-chairs
Allison Casper Adams, Kate Campbell, Haley Rose Cohen, Lynne Couchara, Jorge Fernandez, Connie Gage, Terryle Heffner, Cristina Howell, Dianne Jacob, Susan Johnson, Henderson Everett Lee, Frankie Linsky, Debra Williams McDaniel, Ronda Parag, Kevin Reder, Nancy Seijas-Kipnis, Robin C. Sharp

Questions?
Corporate Sponsorship: Kasey Sherrick Siegel kasey.siegel@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8375
Individual Support: Todd Edwards todd.edwards@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8372
Event Information: Bernadette Casey Bernadette.casey@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8368
Media Contact: Nancy Seijas-Kipnis nancy.kipnis@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8374

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CITY Art-a-Porter: Susanne Bartsch Sponsorships

September 9, 2017

 

About CITY 2017

Art-a-Porter: Susanne Bartsch

An emulsion of fashion and culture, CITY is the signature fashion event at the Tampa Museum of Art that raises over $100,000 annually to bring the art and arts education programs for visitors of all ages to our community.

In 2017, CITY will be a “fashion event” in performance art style, a departure from a typical runway show, with Susanne Bartsch at the epicenter. Interactive vignettes – each created and styled by a different designer – will feature new looks inspired by Bartsch’s eccentric, avant-garde style and her impact on club kid culture, past and present.

Presented by Maureen Daly

Fashion Sponsor: Penny Vinik

Supporting Sponsors:

 

When: Saturday, September 9, 2017
VIP reception 7-8p
Main Event 8-10p
Bartschland Afterparty 10p-1a

Where: Tampa Museum of Art

Attendance: 400 guests

Sponsorship: Support of CITY puts you in front of a fashion-conscious, philanthropic audience and ensures you and your guests have reserved seats.

$20,000 Presenting (SOLD)
$15,000 Fashion (SOLD)
$10,000 Premier (Limited availability)
$ 5,000 Couture (Limited availability)
$ 2,500 Design (Limited availability)
$ 1,250 Supporting (Limited availability)

Purchase a sponsorship below.

 

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS.

Committee: Billy Cole & Pam Wysocki – co-chairs
Allison Casper Adams, Kate Campbell, Haley Rose Cohen, Lynne Couchara, Jorge Fernandez, Connie Gage, Terryle Heffner, Cristina Howell, Dianne Jacob, Susan Johnson, Henderson Everett Lee, Frankie Linsky, Debra Williams McDaniel, Ronda Parag, Kevin Reder, Nancy Seijas-Kipnis, Robin C. Sharp

Questions?
Corporate Sponsorship: Kasey Sherrick Siegel kasey.siegel@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8375
Individual Support: Todd Edwards todd.edwards@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8372
Event Information: Bernadette Casey Bernadette.casey@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8368
Media Contact: Nancy Seijas-Kipnis nancy.kipnis@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8374

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CITY Art-a-Portér: Susanne Bartsch Sponsorships INTERNAL

September 9, 2017

About Susanne Bartsch

The Tampa Museum of Art is proud to present “the queen of New York City nightlife” Susanne Bartsch as the subject of this year’s CITY. Bartsch has been a pioneer on the NYC fashion, art and underground club scene since the 1980s, serving as a friend and muse to legions of game-changing fashion designers such as John Galliano, Thierry Mugler, Jean Paul Gaultier, Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen.

A Kickstarter-funded documentary about her life, @Bartschland, will debut at the Toronto Film Festival this year, “an investigation, the filmmakers say, into her eccentric life, her inclusive ethos, and the constellation of people she’s inspired.” (vogue.com)

In 2015, the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) mounted Fashion Underground: The World of Susanne Bartsch, a retrospective of her 30-year career and the designer ensembles inspired by her creativity and the culture she promotes.

Leading up to the CITY event, the Tampa Museum of Art will feature its own exhibition of approximately 35 designer looks, from both FIT’s retrospective and Bartsch’s personal collection, opening July 28, 2017.

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“I think it’s important that we have changes, and it would be a disaster if we didn’t. I am constantly changing myself, and I don’t like the idea of standing still or looking back.” - Susanne Bartsch

About CITY 2017

Art-a-Portér: Susanne Bartsch

An emulsion of fashion and culture, CITY is the signature fashion event at the Tampa Museum of Art that raises over $100,000 annually to bring the art and arts education programs for visitors of all ages to our community.

In 2017, CITY will be a “fashion event” in performance art style, a departure from a typical runway show, with Susanne Bartsch at the epicenter. Interactive vignettes – each created and styled by a different designer – will feature new looks inspired by Bartsch’s eccentric, avant-garde style and her impact on club kid culture, past and present.

Presented by Maureen Daly

Fashion Sponsor: Penny Vinik

Supporting Sponsors:

 

When: Saturday, September 9, 2017
VIP reception 7-8p
Main Event 8-10p
Bartschland Afterparty 10p-1a

Where: Tampa Museum of Art

Attendance: 400 guests

Sponsorship: Support of CITY puts you in front of a fashion-conscious, philanthropic audience and ensures you and your guests have reserved seats.

$20,000 Presenting (SOLD)
$15,000 Fashion (SOLD)
$10,000 Premier (Limited availability)
$ 5,000 Couture (Limited availability)
$ 2,500 Design (Limited availability)
$ 1,250 Supporting (Limited availability)

Purchase a sponsorship below.

Tickets: VIPs enjoy reserved seating for the main event a private cocktail hour before general admission begins. All tickets include hors d’oeuvres by Eddie V’s, open bar, desserts and valet parking. All tickets includes Bartschland After Party!

$250 VIP Ticket | $125 General Admission | $50 Bartschland Afterparty only

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS.

Committee: Billy Cole & Pam Wysocki – co-chairs
Allison Casper Adams, Kate Campbell, Haley Rose Cohen, Lynne Couchara, Jorge Fernandez, Connie Gage, Terryle Heffner, Cristina Howell, Dianne Jacob, Susan Johnson, Henderson Everett Lee, Frankie Linsky, Debra Williams McDaniel, Ronda Parag, Kevin Reder, Nancy Seijas-Kipnis, Robin C. Sharp

Questions?
Corporate Sponsorship: Kasey Sherrick Siegel kasey.siegel@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8375
Individual Support: Todd Edwards todd.edwards@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8372
Event Information: Bernadette Casey Bernadette.casey@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8368
Media Contact: Nancy Seijas-Kipnis nancy.kipnis@tampamuseum.org or 813.421.8374

Register Now