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SRQ DAILY Oct 8, 2021

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"Once you’re using the app, it's unbelievably compelling."

- Dr. David Berry, chief museum curator for Selby Gardens

-No time like showtime! The 2021-2022 Season Preview can be found in the Arts + Culture October edition
[New Exhibition]  Notes from an Invisible Exhibition at Selby's Historic Spanish Point
Andrew Fabian, andrew.fabian@srqme.com

Last month, Selby Botanical Gardens unveiled an ambitious augmented reality (AR) exhibition in conjunction with 11 other botanical gardens. Called “Seeing the Invisible,” the exhibition features digital sculptures from 13 artists, each of them “placed” around the lush bayside grounds of the Historic Spanish Point campus and marked with numbered stakes in the ground. On their own, the sheer scope, vision and artist list of the exhibition warrant a visit, but as with all emerging technologies that push the boundaries of what’s possible, the exhibition is not without its stipulations that must be met to maximize enjoyment.

The first is the app designed specifically to accompany the exhibition. At a whopping 2 gigabytes in size, the app can take a very long time to download and install onto an iPhone or Android smartphone. Since the app also relies on so many components of a smartphone’s hardware—GPS, wi-fi and cellular antennas, camera—it drains a battery more quickly than most apps. So, visitors are strongly encouraged to download and install the app before visiting the exhibition–preferably at home over a wi-fi network–and should make sure they have a full charge too. 

Once the app is downloaded and installed, its use during the exhibition is fairly straightforward. “With this exhibition, we tried to approach it on two levels,” says Dr. David Berry, vice president for visitor engagement and chief museum curator. “One level is how the works unfold as visitors interact with them, the other is how to use them as an interesting way to get around the site.” To start, a map of the grounds pops up on your screen with a walking circuit highlighted in green. As a visitor moves, the little blue dot that shows their location moves too. The sculptures themselves are shown on the map in orange. Following the green trail takes visitors on a loop around the entire campus and presents the visitor with each sculpture’s site along the way. 

To activate the sculptures, a visitor must come within 15 feet of the mark on the app’s map. Most of the stakes in the ground will get a visitor close enough, but sometimes the app’s markings must be deferred to. When considering the number of satellites and high-technology required to even attempt the exhibition, this minor inconvenience is easy to forgive.

But more than anything, the novelty of the experience and the quality of some of the works go a long way in overcoming any technical obstacles of the format. “Once you’re using the app, it’s unbelievably compelling,” says Dr. Berry. Many of the pieces move and morph, while others have an audio component to them as well. Some standout pieces include “Gilded Cage” from Ai Wei Wei in the sunken gardens, “Water Serpent” from Jakob Kudsk Steensen sited on a spot overlooking the bay, and “Machine Hallucinations: Nature Dreams” by Refik Anadol (pictured above).

The latter is the work of a Turkish-born artist living in Los Angeles and makes use of a sophisticated algorithm to turn nearly 70 million images of nature into a shifting topographical surface. Even when surrounded by living, breathing nature at Historic Spanish Point, the piece still manages to force the uncomfortable question of how deeply technology and math can recreate the feeling of being in nature—or if they should.

“Seeing the Invisible” runs through August of next year at the Historic Spanish Point Campus. 

[SRQ Book Club]  Non-Fiction Book Review of Everything I Have is Yours: A Marriage by Eleanor Henderson
Roxanne Baker, Bookseller at BookStore1

Anyone who enjoys medical mystery stories and the voyeuristic pleasure of looking at a couple’s marital intestinal fortitude will be enraptured as I was with Eleanor Henderson’s Everything I Have is Yours: A Marriage. For movie buffs; think Alien meets Revolutionary Road.  

While I understand voracious mystery lovers, I dare an avid thriller fanatic to read this non-fiction and not also call it a page-turner. 

For anyone dealing with one or both of substance abuse or childhood trauma, or anyone who’s had fond homes in Upstate New York (Ithaca to be specific), Florida’s West Coast or the Big Apple, this book will remind you of all the reasons you loved (and maybe occasionally hated) living there.

At times vindicated by ending relationships that were too stressful to endure and then almost equally ashamed that I didn’t stick it out, Henderson addresses wrestling with these same philosophies and ultimately praying that the cyclical neglect, abandonment and dysfunction stops at her generation rather being handed down to her children.  

A beautiful ode to relationships of all types, 'Everything I Have is Yours' is now available in-store at BookStoreOne Sarasota 12 S. Palm Ave. Sarasota, FL 34236 or online at sarasotabooks.com.      

Photo courtesy of The Associated Press

[JFCS of the Suncoast]  Celebrating the Past & Defining the Future

Jewish Family & Children’s Service of the Suncoast, Inc. (JFCS) is 35 years in the making. Present-day JFCS of the Suncoast was founded in July of 1986 to address a growing need to offer social services to Sarasota’s increasing Jewish population, particularly the elderly. However, with each passing decade, the organization’s visionary leaders continuously recognized the overwhelming need to serve the Sarasota community at-large, while still remaining faithful to its founding Jewish traditions and principles. 

With the support of over 800 volunteers JFCS empowers over 5,000 clients annually, including seniors, veterans, at-risk youth and individuals and families, toward self-sufficiency and stability through free and low-cost initiatives such as mental health counseling, youth programs, family services, seniors and caregivers’ support groups, veterans’ housing assistance, life skills and job placement, homeless prevention services, food and financial support and case management. Services are provided regardless of religious affiliation.

Today, JFCS is recognized as one of the leading mental health counseling and human services agencies on the Florida Suncoast. As a preeminent community partner in Sarasota, Manatee, DeSoto, Lee and Charlotte Counties, JFCS has been recognized consistently for notable acts of kindness and effectiveness.

In honor of many generous individuals and several monumental milestones, JFCS is hosting a 35th Anniversary celebration at Michael’s On East, on Sunday, December 5 at 5:30 p.m. A commemorative tribute to the organization’s significant contributions to the community will occur during the celebration. Tickets are available for purchase on the JFCS website (jfcs-cares.org). JFCS would like to thank the community for allowing it to positively impact the lives of many area residents. 

[Art Series]  Arts Advocates Receives Gift of Florida Highwaymen Paintings

Arts Advocates announces the receipt of a gift of five Florida Highwaymen paintings, generously donated by members Cecilia and Richard Conder. These pieces are now on exhibit in the Arts Advocates Gallery, located in the Crossings at Siesta Mall, 3501 S. Tamiami Trail, in Sarasota. The Highwaymen were a group of 26 African American landscape artists, mostly self-taught from the Fort Pierce, Florida area, active from the mid-1950s into the 1980s. They painted on inexpensive Upson board or Masonite and made frames from crown molding. Because no galleries would accept their work, they sold their art door-to-door or from the trunks of their cars, often still wet, along Florida’s eastern coastal roads. Their renown grew internationally during the early 2000s, and the members have been recognized for their contributions to mid-twentieth century Florida culture and history. Their success and longevity are remarkable considering they began their careers in racially unsettled times, in a place where the civil rights movement was in its infancy. 

The Highwaymen paintings are on exhibit through December 2021; gallery hours are every Saturday from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. They are also included in the docent-guided gallery tours on November 3 and December 1 at 11:00 am. along with the Sarasota Colony Artists exhibit. Reservations for tours are required. To register for gallery tours, and learn more about or become a member of Arts Advocates, visit ArtsAdvocates.org.  

Pictured: John Maynor's

[Student Winner]  Ringling Student Wins International Contest, Headed to Hollywood as Illustrators of the Future Winning Artist

Sarasota resident, Mariah Salinas, earned a cash price and a trip to Hollywood as a winner in the Illustrators of the Future Contest. Her art will also be published in the international bestselling anthology, L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 37. Mariah is a sophomore at Ringling College of Art and Design majoring in Illustration, and hopes to someday create her own comics with her best friend who is joining her on her journey at Ringling. 

The Contest, one of the most prestigious writing and illustrating competitions in the world, is currently in its 38th year and is judged by some of the premier names in speculative fiction. The intensive mentoring process from the Illustrating Contest has proven very successful—with 370 past winners going on to produce over 6,000 illustrations, 360 comic books, graced 624 books and albums with their art and visually contributed to 68 TV shows, and 40 major movies.

The Writers and Illustrators of the Future Award is the genre’s most prestigious award of its kind and has now become the largest, most successful and demonstrably most influential vehicle for budding creative talent in the world of contemporary fiction.

For more information about the Contests, go to WritersoftheFuture.com 

Pictured: Mariah Salinas' artwork, courtesy of RCAD.

[Public Exhibit]  Local Students Create Tribute to One of Sarasota’s Great Artists

Seven middle school students at the Sarasota School of Arts & Sciences (SSA+S) have come together alongside teacher David A. Carr and the Rosemary Art & Design District (RADD) to create an exhibit celebrating John Chamberlain, one of Sarasota’s great artists, who’s 1980s studio was located on the edge of the Rosemary District. Led by teacher, David A. Carr, SSA+S students were asked to study Chamberlain's sculptures and life, then tasked with deconstructing and reimagining his volumetric, expressive sculptures in two dimensions - while reflecting the energy, vivacity and complexity of Chamberlain’s original work. RADD and SSA+S worked together to turn the student artwork into a public exhibit that explores the influence of great artists on future creatives. Located on the future site of Rosemary Park (corner of Central Avenue and Boulevard of the Arts), the outcome is a temporary, outdoor art exhibit for the community to enjoy.

For more information about RADD, please visit: rosemarydistrict.org. For more information about SSA+S, please visit ssas.org 

[Dance]  Tickets Now on Sale for Dancing With the Stars - Live! 2022 Tour

America’s favorite dance show returns to the Van Wezel to celebrate its 30th Season with Dancing with the Stars – LIVE! 2022 Tour on Thursday, February 17, 2022 at 8 pm. Tickets go on sale Friday, October 8 at 10 am. 

Launching January 7th in Richmond, VA, this year’s all-new production will feature fan-favorite professional dancers thrilling audiences with all of the breathtaking dance styles seen on ABC’s hit show Dancing with the Stars. The show continues its legacy of performing showstopping routines from the TV show alongside new numbers choreographed specifically for the live show, ranging from time-honored dances like the Quickstep and Foxtrot to sizzling Latin styles like the Cha Cha, Salsa, and Tango. In this year’s state-of-the-art production, audiences will have the opportunity to experience the excitement, glitz and glamour they see in the ballroom every Monday night live in their hometowns.

The tour delivers a spectacular night of pulse-pounding dance performances from world-renowned dancers including Brandon Armstrong, Alan Bersten, Artem Chigvintsev, Sasha Farber, Daniella Karagach, Pasha Pashkov, Gleb Savchenko, Emma Slater, and Britt Stewart with more surprise casting to be announced. Previous Mirrorball Trophy winner Alan Bersten says, “After not being able to tour last year, we’re all so excited to bring the “Dancing with the Stars - Live Tour” back to all of our dedicated fans around the country. I’m especially looking forward to this year’s tour because we also get to celebrate our show’s amazing 30th Season.”

Tickets are $47-$102 and can be purchased at VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office Monday through Friday between 10 am and 6 pm - Saturday from 10 am - 4 pm. VIP packages are also available.  

[Real Estate]  The Bay Park Hosts Community Meeting With Project Status and Next Steps

The Bay Sarasota is on track to open summer of 2022, providing an iconic destination that will welcome everyone to the area. From sunset strolls to free park programs, The Bay will offer park-goers a place to gather, connect, explore and appreciate Florida’s natural beauty. Yesterday, The Bay Park Conservancy (BPC) hosted a public, community meeting at the Municipal Auditorium to update the community about the City and the Park Conservancy's draft Implementation Agreement, park development, as well as activation and programming. The Bay Park’s draft Implementation Agreement lays out the management, operating and maintenance responsibilities of the City of Sarasota and The Bay Park Conservancy for the park. From inception, community outreach has been vital to the success of The Bay. Through the inclusive process of community and neighborhood meetings, online and social media updates, park user surveys and hosting of visits to The Bay, the organization's goal is to continuously share park progress and plans with future park goers and locals alike. 

You can read the Implementation Agreement for Phase 1 here as well as check out the Phase 1 Site Recommendation Plan. Visit thebaypark.org for more information.  

[Video]  As Seen in SRQ Magazine | Kojo Restaurant

In our latest video, we sit down with Chef Ken Lumpkin at Kojo Restaurant to learn how to make one of their signature dishes.

Watch it now! 

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Selby Gardens: New Award-Winning Play Make Thee An Ark Premiere , October 8 – October 17, 6:30pm and 1pm

Raychel Ceciro brings the World Premiere of the 2019 Kilroys List Featured Play Make Thee an Ark to Selby Gardens’ Historic Spanish Point campus through a John Ringling Towers Grant for the Performing Arts October 8, 9, 10 and 15, 16, 17. Taking place in Mary’s Chapel, Make Thee an Ark is a new site-specific play set 300 years in the future in a New Ark floating above an undersea Florida. Moored to an old oil rig, the New Ark harbors what may be the last vestiges of humanity after global warming has wreaked havoc on the planet. Two sisters tell stories of a Florida long forgotten while elsewhere on the ship, the Pastor, the leader of the New Ark, prepares his people for an oncoming storm. Combining storytelling with immersive performance, projection, and puppetry, Make Thee an Ark interprets the archived histories of Selby Gardens’ Historic Spanish Point campus from the perspective of a generation living in the flooded future. Following the final performance of Make Thee an Ark*, a site-specific performance at Selby Garden's Historic Spanish Point on Sunday, October 17th, is Ark Dialogues, a public panel and discussion focused on the play’s use of Sarasota history, and how it combines lived Sarasota experiences with a fictional narrative about Florida’s possible futures.

[SOON]  FILM: 6th Annual Single-Take Film Challenge , October 8 – October 10

1917. Rope. Birdman. Victoria. Russian Ark. Lost in London. All these films tell their complete stories in one continuous, uninterrupted take. Or at least they give that illusion. The Sarasota-based Single-Take Challenge, however, is only for filmmakers attempting the "real thing". 2021 marks the 6th anniversary of the Challenge, to be held both online and live at a theater in Sarasota. The Challenge prides itself on finding professional filmmakers to act as judges. This year for example, Larry McConkey is on the panel. McConkey is best known for shooting the infamous "Copa scene" long take in the movie "Goodfellas." Filmmakers interested in creating and submitting their one-shot masterpieces have until August 15. The awards and screening ceremony will take place the weekend of October 8-10. For more information contact SingleTakeChallenge@gmail.com

[SOON]  FILM: The Ringling: On Screen: Immortal Beloved , October 8, 6:30pm

This biography chronicles the life of infamous classical composer Ludwig van Beethoven (Gary Oldman) and his painful struggle with hearing loss. Following Beethoven's death in 1827, his assistant, Schindler (Jeroen Krabbé), searches for an elusive woman referred to in the composer's love letters as "immortal beloved." As Schindler solves the mystery, a series of flashbacks reveals Beethoven's transformation from passionate young man to troubled musical genius. Gary Oldman stars in this tale of a man of genius, a woman of passion and the mystery of a lifetime. The untold story of Ludwig van Beethoven. This On Screen will show on October 8 at 6:30pm at Historic Asolo Theater.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: McCurdy's Comedy Theatre & Humor Institute: Bob Zany , October 7 – October 9, 7pm, 6:30pm, and 8:50pm

Bob Zany will perform on Thursday, October 7 at 7pm, Friday, October 8 at 6:30pm, Friday, October 8 at 8:50pm, Saturday, October 9 at 6:30pm, and Saturday, October 9 at 8:50pm. Rated AS. Tickets are $25. Bob has appeared on over a thousand national T.V. shows, from The Tonight Show to a seventeen-year stint appearing on and co-hosting The Jerry Lewis Telethon. He appeared on Showtime in Billy Gardell’s Road Dogs+ film credits include Joe Dirt with David Spade+ The Informant playing Matt Damon’s attorney.

[SOON]  THEATER: Florida Studio Theatre: Cinderella , October 9 – October 30, Varies.

Have a ball with FST’s all-new adaptation of Cinderella! This magical production brings the classic fairy tale to life with a contemporary twist. Enjoy the story you love with even more added fun, including a soundtrack of contemporary pop hits, audience interaction, slapstick humor, and more. Will Cinderella be able to escape her cruel stepmother and stepsisters and finally get her happily ever after with Prince Charming? Find out in this music-filled re-imagining of the timeless tale. Cinderella by Sarah Durham will play Saturdays and select Sundays from October 9, 2021 - October 30, 2021 in FST's Keating Theatre. Subscriptions and single tickets are on sale and can be purchased by clicking the buttons above or by calling the FST Box Office at 941.366.9000.

[SOON]  GALA: Annual Fundraiser at Waterworks Sarasota , October 9

Save the date for Sarasota Contemporary Dance's 16th Main Stage Season "GRIT" is a testament to the company's passion, purpose, and perseverance. After surviving and celebrating its landmark 15th season through a global pandemic, SCD is returning to the stage with greater conviction than ever before in its responsibility to progress contemporary dance in Sarasota. Tickets and subscriptions will become available soon. The fundraiser will be held to kick off the season at Waterworks Sarasota.

Sarasota Contemporary Dance , 1005 N Orange Ave., Sarasota

[SOON]  FILM: The Ringling: On Screen: Invisible History: Middle Florida's Hidden Roots , October 9, 6:30pm

A documentary film by Valerie Scoon, Professor and Filmmaker in Residence, FSU College of Motion Picture Arts. The film sheds light on the invisible history of plantations and the enslaved in North Florida through a visually compelling story that explores the history of a people who contributed so much to what the region is today. Valerie Scoon will provide a talk back directly following the film. Valerie Scoon literally came to Tallahassee from Hollywood. She has been with the Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts since 2003 and is central to the film school’s longstanding success. Ms. Scoon teaches screenwriting, producing and documentaries. Her work has resulted in many of our Student Emmys, Oscar nominations and entry into innumerable film festivals. Most recently, Ms. Scoon has exhibited her own documentary filmmaking skills by practicing what she teaches. Her documentary “Daring Women Doctors: Physicians in the 19th Century” recounts the history of America’s first female physicians and was aired nationwide on PBS in 2020. More recently her timely documentary “Invisible History: Middle Florida’s Hidden Roots” is also being aired nationwide on public television in 2021. This On Screen will show on October 9 at 6:30pm at Historic Asolo Theater.

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Selby Gardens: The Orchid Show 2021: Aerialists from the Tree Top to the Big Top , October 9 – November 28, 10am-5pm

Selby Gardens’ annual Orchid Show, from October 9 to November 28, brings together two of Sarasota, Florida’s most renowned legacies —orchids and the circus. Presented in collaboration with the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art (The Ringling), The Orchid Show 2021: Aerialists from the Tree Top to the Big Top!, is presented by Better-Gro®, celebrates the breathtaking beauty of orchids in tree-top canopies high above the forest floor with the artistry and spectacle of the circus, particularly the aerialists who perform extraordinary feats of human ability high above captivated crowds. Pairing astonishing air plants with amazing aerial acts enables a fascinating exploration of the intersection of nature and entertainment. The show is deeply rooted in Selby Gardens’ status as possessing the world’s best scientifically documented collection of orchids. As always, the Orchid Show highlights the diversity and richness of the Orchidaceae family, one of the largest families of flowering plants on earth. The synergy with Sarasota’s extensive circus history fortifies the theme of this year’s show. Once the winter quarters of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, the city remains the home of many circus performers and their families. In addition to The Ringling, housing the finest circus collections in existence, Sarasota is home to the Circus Arts Conservatory and associated Sailor Circus Academy, the oldest youth circus in America.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Beach Bazaar: Beauty & Wellness Pop-Up Market , October 9 – October 10, 9:30am-2pm

Beauty & Wellness Pop-Up Market in Siesta Key Village is back. Our first market of the season right in the middle of the lovely Siesta Key Village. Come and meet your favorite local vendors on Saturday, October 9 and Sunday, October 10 from 9:30am to 2pm in front of the Beach Bazaar. The market will feature Handmade jewelry, fashion, skin care, nails' products, clothing, accessories and more.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Sarasota Orchestra: Chamber Soirees: Shall We Dance? , October 10, 4pm

From the ballet to the ballroom, music that will make you want to move on Sunday, October 10 at 4pm at Holley Hall. Inspired by Elizabeth Hobbs's Slow Dancing on the Highway: the Trip North. This program consists of Haydn String Quartet Op. 33, No. 2 "The Joke," Marquez Danza de mediodia, Quinn Mason String Quartet No. 2, and Piazzolla L'Histoire du Tango.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Venice Theatre: Almost, Maine , September 24 – October 10, Varies.

Spend a magical evening in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine where the residents find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and comical ways. Almost, Maine By John Cariani will play at the Venice Theatre from September 24 to October 10.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Virtual: Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County: 75th Anniversary Online Auction , October 10 – October 25

Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County is getting ready to run an online auction in celebration of our 75th anniversary. Starting on October 10, 2021 and running through October 25, 2021, Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County will be auctioning off a number of fun and unique items to bid on to raise money for our organization. For 75 years, BGCMC has provided afterschool and summer programs that offer hope and opportunity to every child in our community, especially those who need us most. We rely on the generosity of our donors to help provide essential support for our children and teens. Categories include Food & Gourmet Items, Golf & Sports Gear, Memorabilia, Entertainment, Sports, Travel, and Wine. Don't See An Item You Like? Simply Make a Donation. Every donation made during this auction event will be matched dollar for dollar up to $75,000.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Discover Sarasota: Haunted Sarasota Tour , January 1 – December 31

Hop on board our haunted trolley tour for a spellbinding, interactive, narrated adventure! Hear stories about famous murders, visit spirited buildings, and explore unsolved crimes during this 90-minute, air-conditioned nighttime tour. Sit back and listen as our entertaining Ghost Hostess brings the rich history of Sarasota to life on this fun and spooky tour—be sure to keep an eye out for surprise guests along the way. Tour includes complimentary beer or wine at the Trolley Cottage Tiki Bar before boarding. Ages 12+; young people ages 12-20 may attend if accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Tours with fewer than 10 guests will travel in our comfortably air-conditioned high-top van. Tour tickets are $39.99 and includes FREE Parking. This tour departs from 1826 4th Street and happens year-round.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Florida Studio Theatre: Jukebox Saturday Night , September 7 – October 31

FST’s 2021 Summer Cabaret Series concludes with an all-new show from Sarasota’s favorite swing-era territory band, The Swingaroos. A jazzy new music revue, Jukebox Saturday Night features some of The Jukebox’s greatest hits: “Get Your Kicks On Route 66,” “Heart and Soul,” and “There’s No Business Like Show Business.” Jukebox Saturday Night will play in FST’s Bowne’s Lab beginning Tuesday, September 7 and will play through October 31. Countless musical genres emerged during the first half of the 20th Century, and there was only one place you could find them all: The Jukebox. In this jazzy music revue, The Swingaroos put a dynamic twist on the Jukebox’s greatest hits, including “Get Your Kicks On Route 66,” “Heart and Soul,” and “There’s No Business Like Show Business.” Tickets are no longer available for this show.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Sarasota High School Theatre: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe , October 13 – October 15

Sarasota High School Theatre’s The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe will show October 13-15, 2021. This dramatization of C.S. Lewis' classic work faithfully recreates the magic and mystery of Aslan, the great lion, his struggle with the White Witch, and the adventures of four children who inadvertently wander from an old wardrobe into the exciting, never-to-be-forgotten Narnia. This story of love, faith, courage and giving, with its triumph of good over evil, is a true celebration of life. 

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