|St. Petersburg, Florida. Beginning January 14th, Martin Luther King weekend, until the end of the month, the Warehouse Arts District Association (WADA), presents a collaborative Art Exhibit and experience by ArtsXchange resident artists i.B.O.M.S. and Zulu Painter, entitled: “The Wiz Reimagined.” The artwork and art experience is inspired by the 1970’s film ‘The Wiz’ and features installations as well as mixed media art, focusing on life lessons and examinations of humanity. Important dates:January 14th, 5 – 9:30pm: Opening Reception during ArtWalk, free, open to the public|
January 25th, 6.30 – 7.30pm: ‘The Storytelling of Art’ – a conversation with i.B.O.M.S and community convener Maureen McDole of Keep St. Pete Lit. This is a ticketed event, free for WADA members, ($20 for nonmembers) followed by a screening of ‘The Wiz’, presented by Green Book of Tampa Bay The exhibit is shown in the Tully-Levine Gallery at the ArtsXchange Plaza located on the historic Deuces Corridor, 515 22nd Street South in St Petersburg, FL. The gallery is accessible for people with disabilities, wheelchairs, and strollers.
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