Nathan Miller, a Tampa native now living in Georgia, won Best of Show and $5,000.
Category: A & E
Lakeland’s Mayfaire-by-the-Lake is celebrating its 51st year
Everything you need to know if you’re going to the Mayfaire-by-the-Lake arts festival at Lake Morton this weekend.
City Prepares For First MayFaire by-the-Lake Without Founder Joe Mitchell
Mitchell, a longtime art educator, passed away last month at the age of 91. He organized the first MayFaire-by-the-Lake in 1971.
2nd Annual Lakeland Book Crawl Starts Today
A different independent bookstore will be featured each day through Saturday, with deals and giveaways to celebrate small business and literacy.
City Seeks Paintings and Mixed Media Works for Next ‘Arts & Rec!’ Exhibition
Deadline is Sunday for artists to submit pieces for consideration; selected artwork will be on display at rec centers for three months.
For the First Time, Public Can Submit Nominations for Arts Hall of Fame
The Polk Arts & Cultural Alliance is making changes this year to broaden its reach, induct more nominees, and host its first gala.
Polk Museum Exhibition Compares Realists Edward Hopper and Guy Pène du Bois
This is the first exhibit presenting the two artists side-by-side. They were close friends but explored different themes.
Landmark Searstown Mosaic Mural Uncovered
Painters whitewashed the mosaic artwork in 2016. The paint was carefully removed this past week.
2023 MLK Festivities Will Span 10 Days
Highlights include the annual parade, a jazz festival, free admission to the Florida Children’s Museum and a day of service
City Unveils Concepts for Munn Park; Vote for Your Favorite
Conceptual renderings show a large central grassy lawn surrounded by areas for recreational activities and a shaded events stage