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Everyone’s Invited

Everyone’s Invited

Valerie George tackles breast cancer, punk rock and more in her solo exhibition “Welcome to My Party” By Savannah Evanoff Carole King was onto something when she sang, “You’ve got to take [...]

Shoe Gazing

Shoe Gazing

A Look Inside “Worn In / Worn Out: Soul of the Shoe” By Savannah Evanoff No shoes, no service—at least that’s what a few zillion storefronts declare. It’s seemingly even more of a [...]

Calendar 4/25/19

Calendar 4/25/19

THURSDAY 4.25 WORK ON THE FLORIDA TRAIL 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Every Thursday. Three miles north of Deaton Bridge Road. meetup.com/ftawesterngate YOGA WITHIN REACH 9-10 a.m. Free. Community Health [...]

(Over) Exposure Is Key

(Over) Exposure Is Key

By Sam Smith “What Remains of the Day” is a unique collection of landscape photography by Gesche Würfel that explores memories of World War II. This exhibition can be seen in its first museum [...]

Activist Art

Activist Art

By Shelby Nalepa New Orleans artist Katrina Andry ‘s engaging exhibition, "Depose and Dispose (of)" is opening Friday at the Pensacola Museum of Art. The printmaker is known for using her art [...]

A Creative Side of Feminism

A Creative Side of Feminism

By Stephanie Sharp Pensacola Museum of Art debuts a pop-up exhibit, "Feminist Iconography IV," this month in partnership with the Women's Study Collective at UWF and the UWF Women's, Gender and [...]

Rebel Impressionists

Rebel Impressionists

By Shelby Nalepa With their newest exhibit, Pensacola Museum of Art (PMoA) is paying homage to women Impressionists who rebelled against the conventions of their day by exhibiting alongside men, [...]

The Artist Revealed

The Artist Revealed

By Jennifer Leigh Thanks to smart phones, as a culture, we’re pretty accustomed to looking at people’s faces. But even before technology, portraits have been captured through various [...]

Calendar Picks 6/2/16

Calendar Picks 6/2/16

Tuesday Plans With Bands Now that summer is officially here, we know most of you are going to be spending plenty of time off the mainland, taking in everything the beach has to offer. If free [...]

Women Creating

Women Creating

By Jennifer Leigh Since ancient time, women have contributed in some form to the visual art; however, their work was largely excluded from art history. They were regarded as inferior to their male [...]

Balancing Variety

Balancing Variety

By Ali Rae Hunt The first Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA) Members’ Juried Exhibition took place 61 years ago, and this summer an entirely new group of artists are getting the opportunity to [...]

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