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"It consists of all different pies and flavors, so the public can see the broad spectrum of talent and imagination that we have here."

- Tim Jaeger, Ringling College of Art and Design
 

[Gallery]  Ringling College Kicks Off ArtWalk Season with Six Shows
Philip Lederer, Phil.Lederer@srqme.com

With red tide ravaging beaches and driving folks from the shores, Ringling College of Art and Design looks to highlight one of Sarasota’s other great natural resources—the artists. With the first Ringling College Artwalk of the season planned for this Friday, August 31, and spanning the entire campus, six exhibitions will be on display, including faculty shows, student shows, a new venue and even a mystery exhibition with a telling title yet shrouded in secrecy. All exhibitions are free and open to the public, and food trucks will be on-hand to keep bellies full as attendees feast with their eyes.

Beginning at the south end of campus, kick off the artwalk in the Willis Smith Gallery, where the 2018 Ringling College Staff and School of Continuing Studies Instructors Exhibition showcases the talents of many of the college’s behind-the-scenes contributors. Instructors of non-traditional students, preparators, facilities staff—all get a chance to shine, and show that creativity permeates the entire campus. “It’s a wonderfully dynamic exhibition,” says Tim Jaeger, Ringling College campus and community engagement coordinator. And sizable, with possibility to overflow into the neighboring Basch Gallery.

From there, it’s a quick jaunt to the Crossley Gallery, where the first annual Fine Arts Alumni Exhibition highlights the continuing work of alumni not employed by the college. Near a dozen artists from around the country contributed, including Craig Rubadoux, who graduated from the Ringling School in the ‘50s, and now shows alongside graduates as recent as the 2000s, resulting in a six-decade range of work to admire.

But if there’s an exhibition that Jaeger seems particularly excited for, it just might have to be the 2018 Annual Faculty Exhibition, seeing all the faculty and instructors at Ringling College unveil what they’ve been pursuing in the past year. “It’s like a bake-off,” laughs Jaeger. “Everyone puts out their pie and then we have a tasting to see who came up with the best rhubarb recipe this year.” And as professors compare and take notes and inspiration in equal measure, the public also gets a quality look at the artists responsible for guiding the next generation. And with all sorts of media on display, it amounts to a bit more than rhubarb, Jaeger admits. “It consists of all different pies and flavors,” he clarifies, “so the public can see the broad spectrum of talent and imagination that we have here.”

And with a stop in the Patricia Thompson Gallery for a last chance to see Illustrations, a solo exhibition devoted to the work of Ringling College instructor Octavio Perez, and a trip to MadeBy gallery, where students and alumni show their work, there remains but one stop—the mystery box.

Included for the first time in a Ringling College artwalk, the Brizdle-Schoenberg Special Collections Center, located on the second floor of the Goldstein Library, will play host to a special exhibition known only as “an untitled show about Trump, the alt-right, and the state of things.” Featuring letterpress art and books from the special collection, details are scarce for the moment, but Jaeger hints that feathers may be ruffled. “It should be interesting to see the response,” he says.

The first Ringling College artwalk is this Friday, August 31, from 4pm to 7pm. All shows are free and open to the public. 

Pictured: "Izzy Sailing into New York City Harbor, 1893" by Ringling College instructor David Gardner.

[ShopTalk]  Succulent Savvy
Brittany Mattie, brittany.mattie@srqme.com

Plant lovers, succulent addicts and mistresses of cacti unite! All your green thumbs are invited to attend Sarasota Succulent Society’s big Labor (of Love) Day Sale on Monday, September 3, from 9am to 1pm. This is one of the Garden's four main annual sales open to the public. Look forward to a Monday off work and a holiday spent frolicking the flourishing grounds of the hidden botanicals. In between shopping the discounted bargain prices on all the enchanting succulent species, explore the historic 1938 quaint cottage turned clubhouse, open for a brief window of viewing for Labor Day. Inside there will be over 100 Florida Gardening books for sale, donated by Former Society President Joanne E. There'll also be a special outdoor educational program presented by Terri Bates, offered on the west lawn at 11am. Bates' family has been raising caladiums in the Lake Placid area for three generations and will be delivering a highly entertaining presentation covering everything there is to know about the colorful caladium plant. Meander over to the greenhouse which sits on the south side of the grounds—dedicated to a sumptuous amount of potted, hanging and free-flowing succulents up for adoption. Best of luck deciding which babies to take back with you for your homestead terrarium creations. Table-top, wall-mounted and hanging containers from the Palmieri Collection will also be available on Labor Day—many of them fresh new designs from famed sculptress Susan Palmieri.

Volunteers will be on hand as guides to help navigate you through the mysteriously rolling hills of wild and lush greenery the Society calls home. They're also handy as informational sources to the hundreds of rare and exotic succulents from around the world, as well as the unusual cacti, tall spider plants, massive agave plants, juicy aloe leaves, thriving banana trees and flowering huernia—all coexisting in harmony and creating a humbling retreat of natural beauty.

“With the peaceful atmosphere, the reasonable prices of the plants, free admission and the fact that the SSS Garden is open to the public only three hours each week normally," said the Society in its announcement. "This event is a special treat."

The Sarasota Succulent Society is a federally registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All plant sale proceeds are used to support its volunteers and to fund its operations. Purchases are by cash or check only. Donations of plants, pots, volunteer time and funds are welcome at any time. 

Sarasota Succulent Society Labor Day Sale, 1310 38th St, Sarasota.

[PIER 22]  Sunsets After Work Makes a Comeback at PIER 22 This Summer

Sunsets After Work, the trendy hashtag campaign from PIER 22 is back for the summer starting Aug. 1 and going through Sept. 30. During the special promotion, guests who share a Manatee River sunset photo using the hashtag #Pier22Sunsets receive a free Manatee Sunset drink, which is a cocktail concoction that's perfect for summer and made with Sauza Blue tequila, housemade sour mix and a splash of grenadine. The offer is good on Wednesday evenings from 5-7 p.m. and is limited to one free drink per customer with purchase.

In addition to the diverse scratch-made lunch and dinner selections found at PIER 22, the restaurant has also gained worldwide notoriety for its spectacular waterside ambiance and magical sunsets according to marketing director Tabatha Davis.

"It's a surreal experience; nothing compares to watching the sunset while dining out in the open air. We get a nice breeze from the Manatee River and the orange, gold and purple hues from the setting sun are honestly picture perfect, Davis said.

The PIER 22 building is a historic 1920s-era Spanish-style structure offering plenty of photo opportunities. Peter Obetz, a Bradenton local and the owner/photographer for Real Deal Wedding Photography, has been shooting the venue and the happy couples that get married there for many years. He knows a thing or two about capturing the PIER 22 essence on camera; he snapped one of his all-time favorite sunset photos from the Bradenton side of the Green Bridge looking west with the restaurant, Twin Dolphin Marina and the Manatee River all in view.

The PIER 22 Sunsets After Work promotion clearly relies on the fact that, in today’s camera phone world, everyone's a photographer, but Obetz cautions against going filter happy when snapping your Manatee River sunset pictures. "There's nothing wrong with using a filter," Obetz said, but he did have a few suggestions for keeping things "real."

1. Be Patient
There's a lot of great shots available right at the beginning of sunset, but "frequently the best colors are after the sun goes down." According to Obetz, there's a good chance that the ideal PIER 22 sunset shots occur around the dessert course.

2. Keep A Straight Plane
Generally speaking, it's better for the composition if the horizon isn't smack dab in the middle of the photo, and yet you'll want to keep a straight plane. Obetz said that smartphones allow you to cheat a little since you can rotate the view after the fact, and he warned that a slanted riverside sunset pic would cause the water to look like it is draining off the edge.

3. Don't Forget To Turn Around
Obetz also stressed that a great sunset photo might not include the landscape at all. If it's a really colorful sunset, you could be missing the shot unless you turn around. "That's because all that great color is illuminating the surroundings and casting hues all around the people that you're with, the boats, buildings etcetera."

Luckily for the novice point, click and shoot types, there's no requirement to the promotion that your photos should be technically good. Davis joked that it’s "generally important to keep your thumb out of the viewfinder," but that the riverside subject matter pretty much takes care of the rest.

The PIER 22 team has shared some of their favorite sunset pics on the brand's Facebook page, and new photos are posted throughout the promotion. Of course, sharing your photo directly to the PIER 22 Facebook page does give you a leg up if you're trying to make it into the album! See the restaurant for more details. 

Photo provided by PIER 22

1200 1st Ave W, Bradenton

[Gallery]  530 Burns Gallery Partners with ARTSY

530 Burns Gallery has officially announced a partnership with ARTSY.net, an organization dedicated to making art available digitally and easily for collectors and enthusiasts, no matter where they, or the art, may be. Those following 530 Burns Gallery will now be able to access high-resolution images from shows at both the Sarasota and Martha’s Vineyard locations, as well as have access to exclusive online exhibitions. The partnership also allows fans to follow their favorite artists and receive notifications when the gallery receives new work, as well as read new articles and stories about them. 

530 Burns Gallery

[Philanthropy]  'Stuff The Bus' to Benefit the Food Bank of Manatee

A community effort is underway jointly with the United Way Suncoast, Publix, iHeartMedia and The School District of Manatee County to ‘Stuff The Bus.’ An event to benefit The Food Bank of Manatee, ‘Stuff The Bus’ will be presented by Mosaic and held at all 16 Manatee County Publix locations on Sunday, September 30, 2018 from 9am to 3pm. Customers will have the opportunity to make a food donation to help fill 16 school buses parked at Publix locations. All donations collected on Sunday will be distributed to The Food Bank of Manatee’s 115 agencies and food pantries in Manatee County. There are nearly 50,000 food insecure people, including 18,000 children living in Manatee County, according to the ALICE report. Customers at any of the 16 Publix stores located in Manatee County can donate nonperishable foods on September 30th from 9am to 3pm. Each Publix location will have critical food items available for purchase. For more information, or to volunteer, visit the website below. 

United Way Suncoast

[Business]  Mother-Daughter Team Opens Purify on Pineapple

Owners and mother-daughter team Sandy and Samantha Albano opened Purify, an "Urban Sweat Lodge" on Pineapple Avenue, Tuesday August 28. The lodge offers infrared bedding to which a 50-minute session can “strengthen the immune system, ease migraines, increase blood circulation, enhance quality of sleep, reduce stress, ease joint pain and burn between 600-1,200 calories.” For the past seven years, Sandy Albano has been the executive director of Taylor William Emmons Memorial Foundation, benefitting the Taylor Emmons Scholarship Fund. Samantha Albano is an Out-of-Door Academy graduate of 2013, now with a Bachelor of Business Administration from Merrimack College. After six months of conducting research from existing businesses in LA, they brought the concept of Purify to Sarasota. 

Purify

[Business]  Van Wezel Welcomes Three to Marketing Department

The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall has announced three new team members in the marketing department. Stephen Baker, director of marketing & audience development, has been involved in promoting the arts for internationally acclaimed organizations such as the Minnesota Orchestra and Carnegie Hall, and was one of the founding members and former chair of the Coronado Cultural Arts Commission in Coronado, California. Steve also successfully opened the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, growing subscription sales over 400%. Thomas Gravelle, graphic artist, comes to the Van Wezel from The Observer Media Group, where he was a graphic designer in the creative services department. He moved from Wisconsin in 2016 after a 25-year career as designer and creative director for a nonprofit educational association. Natasha Herrera, press and public relations, recently relocated from Ocala, where she spent two years as marketing manager for the Reilly Arts Center and Ocala Symphony Orchestra. She received a Bachelor of Music and a Master of Science in Management from the Hough Graduate School of Business at the University of Florida. 

Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall

[Healthcare]  Eye Associates Welcomes Hearing Aid Specialist Anderson

The Eye Associates has announced that Shawn Anderson has joined the practice as a licensed hearing aid specialist. Anderson is a member of the Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals and the International Hearing Society. He previously owned and operated offices in West Florida and Jacksonville which provided him with a wide range of knowledge to assist hearing impaired patients. His eight years of experience with programming hearing aids and offering guidance in customizing the best hearing products has made him a valuable asset to The Eye Associates. He offers free hearing evaluations and second opinions in West Bradenton, East Bradenton, Ellenton, Sarasota and Sun City Center. Additional services that Anderson offers his patients are custom modifications of hearing aids, hearing aid programming, sale of hearing  aid batteries. This includes checking for wax, replacement tubing and battery compartment cleaning. 

The Eye Associates

[Real Estate]  J. E. Charlotte Construction Breaks Ground on RSP USA HQ

J.E. Charlotte Construction Corp., a Venice-based commercial construction company, recently broke ground on the new 23,437-square-foot Manatee County headquarters for RSP USA, a full-service marketing solutions provider that has served the real estate industry since 1997. RSP USA’s new headquarters accommodates the company’s exponential growth throughout the U.S. over recent years, with room for further expansion on the future site. From layout to interior finishes, the ground-up construction on the more-than-$3-million new building is scheduled for completion in spring 2019. Once complete, the company will move into its new facility at 5110 Lena Road in Bradenton, which will allow for greater access to state-of-the-art equipment and provide an expanded campus for its workforce. Construction will also include a new truck dock and loading station and a covered front entry and outdoor seating area. Glass will surround the building, providing views of a pond and fountain at the rear of the building and the land’s natural vegetation that will be preserved. 

J.E. Charlotte Construction Corp.



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[TODAY]  GALLERY: Elsewhere , August 30 – October 5

This juried exhibition opens with a reception on August 30th.

Art Center Sarasota, 707 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  GALLERY: Florida Watercolor Show , September 7 – October 26

Considered one of the finest watercolor shows in the country, whether one credits the local talent or local beauty, watercolorists from around the state will be showing in all three galleries of the art center, taking over the entire space for this premier exhibition.

ArtCenter Manatee, 209 9th St. W, Bradenton.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Storytelling: French Art from the Horvitz Collection , September 9 – December 2

Explore two exhibitions selected from one of the world’s finest private collections of French art, “Imaging Text: French Drawings for Book Illustration” and “17th and 18th Century French Paintings,” from The Horvitz Collection. Features 60 drawings and 10 related prints for book illustration, created between the 16th and 19th centuries, as well as a selection of 10 paintings. Subjects range from mythological and religious scenes to more playful genre imagery.

The Ringling Museum of Art, 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota.

[SOON]  THEATER: Salute to the Queen: A Tribute to Aretha Franklin , September 11 – September 15

Nate Jacobs directs this special tribute to the life and legacy of the Queen of Soul, featuring WBTT favorites Naarai Jacobs and Teresa Stanley. The evening highlights Franklin's classic hits and musical impact, while ongoing narration spotlights her professional achiecements and lasting influence.

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe, 1012 North Orange Ave., Sarasota.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Friday Fest: Dr. Dave Band , September 14, 5pm-9pm

Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall is wrapping up their Friday Fest summertime concert series this September with the Dr. Dave Band. A Bradenton favorite performing for more than a decade as a top-choice house band, this group knows how to wow a crowd with high-energy Southern Rock blended with bluegrass banjo and fiddle. During the show, don’t forget to indulge in the refreshments provided by Van Wezel, including local food trucks and popular beverage vendors. Bring a blanket, lawn chairs and settle in for a good time.

Van Wezel, 777 North Tamiami Trl., Sarasota.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Watercolors from the Permanent Collection , September 15 – February 3

A selection of watercolors drawn from The Ringling’s permanent collections, illustrating various ways artists have used the medium. The exhibition will feature works by Edward Hopper, Charles Burchfield and Childe Hassam, among others.

The Ringling Museum of Art, 5401 Bay Shore Rd., Sarasota.

[SOON]  FOOD: Dining for a Difference , September 20, 5pm-10pm

Join the Designing Daughters for Dining for a Difference, a community wide, dine out event featuring 20+ local Sarasota and Manatee County Restaurants who will donate a portion of all sales made on September 20 back to the Designing Daughters Grants Program for local Children and Family charities. Simply grab your friends, colleagues and neighbors, pick a participating restaurant and enjoy a meal. No ticket, no fancy clothes, just a night out with your favorite people.This simple act will make a huge impact for local families in need.

Multiple locations, Multiple locations

[SOON]  THEATER: Annie Get Your Gun , September 20 – October 7

Sure-shootin’ Annie Oakley can win prizes with her marksmanship, but she can’t get a man…or can she? This slice of magical American musical theatre still thrills audiences with the classic tunes of the legendary Irving Berlin.

The Players Centre for Performing Arts, 838 North Tamiami Trl., Sarasota.

[SOON]  GALA: 2nd Annual Taste of New Orleans Benefit Dinner , September 22, 6pm-9pm

Truly Valued presents its 2nd Annual Taste of New Orleans Benefit Dinner, at Michaels on the Bay at Selby Gardens with speaker Captain Todd Shear of the Manatee County Sheriff's Office and a night of entertainment with NuJazz. All proceeds support Truly Valued's mission of building self-esteem, confidence and character to promote a positive self- image, positively impact educational and career aspirations and improve academic achievement in adolescent girls. Dinner is complimentary and an opportunity to make a financial gift will be extended during the event.

Michaels on the Bay at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens', 900 South Palm Ave., Sarasota.

[SOON]  FOOD: Boards for Bravery: A Charity Charcuterie Event , September 23, 4:30pm–7pm

Learn how to build the perfect charcuterie board while supporting pediatric cancer research. Inspired by Benjamin Gilkey’s love of charcuterie, admission includes wine and appetizers from Louies Modern, a handcrafted charcuterie board to take home, pairing education from local experts and the chance to create your own palette of fine meats, cheeses and delicious accoutrements, provided by local artisans. Proceeds benefit The Benjamin Gilkey Fund for Innovative Pediatric Cancer Research, which supports groundbreaking studies led by physicians at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

Louies Modern, 1289 North Palm Ave., Sarasota.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: iconcept jr: The Future of Fashion , September 23, 12pm

25 designers ages 8–16 are encouraged to use repurposed/recyled materials in their creations. Most of them will also wear their outfits in the runway show, adding self-confidence and stage presence as skills gained. The participants are treated to a professional fashion photoshoot for the program guide, as well as professional hair and makeup stylists backstage to complete their look. Proceeds from the event benefit the expansion of the Art Center's youth art education programs and help students who are in need of financial assistance receive scholarships.

Art Center Sarasota, 707 North Tamiami Trl., Sarasota.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: 16th Annual Forty Carrots Free Community Speaker Event , September 25, 9am-12pm; 7pm-8:30pm

Forty Carrots Family Center's Annual Free Community Speaker Event presented in partnership with Community Foundation of Sarasota County returns for a 16th year featuring best-selling author and parenting expert, Dr. Michele Borba. She will be discussing “How to Cultivate Mentally-Healthy, Resilient, Empathetic Children (Despite a Trophy-Giving, Anxiety-Driven, Helicoptered and Bubble-Wrapped Culture)” and “UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About Me World.” In these free presentations, parents and educators will learn how to shift children's focus from I, me, and mine, to us, we and ours. With examples from years of research, Dr. Michele Borba will offer a framework that yields successful, happy kids who grow up to be kind, moral, courageous and resilient adults.

Community Foundation of Sarasota County and Riverview High School Performing Arts Center, 2635 Fruitville Rd., Sarasota; 1 Ram Way, Sarasota.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: 2nd Annual Grey Matters, A Symposium on Alzheimers Research , September 28, 11am-2pm

Don't miss out on this year's amazing Grey Matters Luncheon Symposium benefitting The Roskamp Institute. This year's Alzheimer's Disease-Research based Symposium will focus on lifestyle, wellness and healthy aging. For information or to be added to this year’s waiting list please call Megan Micale at (941) 552-9832.

Michael's on the Bay at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, 811 South Palm Ave., Sarasota.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Real Men Wear Pink Reveal Party , September 29, 5pm-7pm

Join the American Cancer Society as they reveal the 2018 Real Men Wear Pink of Sarasota–Manatee. The candidates will participate in a fashion show, hosted by the tenants of the Mall at University Town Center. Come out and see which men in our community are dedicated to raising funds and awareness to help fight breast cancer. Light refreshments will be served.

The Grand Court at The Mall at UTC, 140 University Town Center Dr., Sarasota.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: SkillSHARE October 4 Mentoring Summit , October 4, 5-7:30pm

Made for speed, SkillSHARE is the basics of mentorship concentrated into mini-sessions that encourage honest interactions and allow for spontaneous connection. This event is a way to meet like-minded professionals, make valuable connections and get straight to your most burning questions about career and personal development. Each participant will be paired with several mentors for mini-sessions. Lasting from 10-12 minutes, each mini-session is unstructured, allowing for conversation, guidance and direction from each mentor.

SRQ Studios, 331 S Pineapple Ave, Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Beer, Bands & BBQ , October 6, 12pm-7pm

Music Compound is ready to kick off the fall season with the 4th annual Beer, Bands & BBQ. This will be a day for the whole family, with craft and domestic beers, local BBQ favorites, top local bands and local businesses supporting the talent. Not only will there be traditional BBQ to look forward to but also BBQ with a twist, with menu items such as BBQ chicken pizza and more. At this event, everyone can enjoy the music that they love with different genres playing each hour.

Music Compound , 1751 Cattlemen Rd, Sarasota, FL 34232

[SOON]  GALA: Key to the Cure , October 11, 5:30pm-9pm

Don’t miss Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundations's Key to the Cure on October 11. In partnership with Saks Fifth Avenue, Key to the Cure has raised more than $1,500,000 to further research for women’s cancer services, which include breast, ovarian, uterine and cervical cancer. Proceeds are reserved for SMH Cancer Care Programs and continue to benefit the prevention and treatment of women’s cancers including state-of-the-art technology and surgical approaches.

Saks Fifth Avenue , 120 University Town Center Dr, Sarasota, FL 34243

[SOON]  DANCE: SCD + NOW Ensemble , October 11 – October 14

Sarasota Contemporary Dance kicks off the season with their live music and dance collaboration, "SCD + NOW Ensemble." NOW Ensemble is a dynamic group dedicated to making new chamber music for the 21st century. This evening-length performance, led by Mark Dancigers (Composer) and Leymis Bolaños Wilmott (Choreographer), will feature a world premiere composition and choreographic work inspired by Joan of Arc and, by popular demand, a restaging of "Dreamfall," co-choreographed by longtime company dancer, Xiao-Xuan Dancigers.

Jane B Cook Theatre - FSU Center for the Performing Arts, 5555 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Pirates in Paradise , October 13, 9am-4pm

Aargh!  Listen up, Matey!  Don’t miss the 80th Annual Flower Show presented by the Scallywags of the Sarasota Garden Club. Enjoy a fun flower show both inside and out as you view the creative and beautiful floral designs, the lush and diverse horticulture and the stunning photography. While enjoying the flower show, be sure to stroll through the acre-plus of botanical gardens, a real Pirates Treasure you won’t want to miss. Avast ye! You ain’t done yet! Don’t miss the Annual Plant Sale & Gardenfest in conjunction with the Flower Show with a variety of plants and flowers propagated by club members priced typically lower than retail.

Sarasota Garden Club , 1131 Blvd of the Arts, Sarasota, FL 34236

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