Art Center Sarasota's New (Virtual) Exhibitions

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SRQ DAILY FRIDAY WEEKEND EDITION FRIDAY FEB 19, 2021

Art Center Sarasota’s 2021 exhibition season continues with four exhibits, through March 5. “Skins In It: Work by Neil Bender and Cynthia Mason” features an installation of multimedia works that explore the experience of the body. “Found Forms: Sculpture by Carl Abbott” features the vibrant sculptures of this renowned architect. The 2021 “Black Muse” exhibition features work from artists of African descent throughout the state of Florida. The 2021 “Student Black Muse Exhibit” features work from students from Booker, Riverview, Sarasota, and Northport high schools and Booker Middle School in commemoration of Black History Month. “Staying Connected” is an open, juried exhibition of work in all media juried by Debra Markley, a photographer and fine arts teacher at Sarasota High School, and Anita Wexler, a painter and teacher at Sarasota High School. All exhibits are available to view online. Personalized docent-led Zoom tours are also available upon request; small groups are encouraged.

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