Local gala to support the arts to be held in downtown Clearwater
Clearwater, FL (November 7, 2014) — The Clearwater Technology Alliance (CTA) and Clearwater Downtown Partnership are sponsoring a special musical benefit on Saturday November 8, 2014 from 7pm until 10 pm at Station Square, in the heart of downtown Clearwater, behind the Bank of America. The Courtyard Sonata, featuring the Dillingham String Quartet is a special event to honor the Clearwater Academy, the Clearwater Arts Alliance and Random Acts of Flowers.
The event is open to the community and will feature food and drink from Aspirations Winery, Dunedin Brewery, St. Pete Brewing Company and The Living Room. Tickets are only $10 at the door or can be purchased online through PayPal at: http://clearwatertechalliance.com/courtyard-sonata/
According to CTA member Jason Standard, President of GreatCircle Studios, “We want to encourage the creative aspect of technology and feel education in the arts is an essential ingredient toward making a significant impact in technology solutions. We want to support new ways of looking at the use of technology to solve problems and help improve conditions. There is a great demand for creative thinkers in technology design and the arts foster that.”
Among the supporters for the event are KnowBe4, GreatCircle Studios, iDatix, AutoLoop, Johnson Pope and Next Sphere.
About the CTA: Formed in 2014, the Clearwater Technology Alliance is a group of technology executives, tech business owners, and like-minded business professionals supporting the growth of technology based businesses in Downtown Clearwater. The Clearwater Technology Alliance (CTA) encourages and contributes to the enhancement of local education and scientific development of technology and computer science within the local community.
For more information visit: http://clearwatertechalliance.com/