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SRQ DAILY Nov 26, 2021

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"I really like the things that I don't know."

- Tim Jaeger
 

[Glass]  Tim Jaeger Goes To Church
Philip Lederer, Phil.Lederer@srqme.com

Tim Jaeger has seen his paintings hang in homes and restaurants across Sarasota, seen it displayed in galleries and printed on t-shirts and towels. He’s co-founded a thriving artist collective and curated exhibitions all over town. But the artist’s latest project is pushing him far into the unknown, working with a medium he’s never tried before and a subject matter nearly as delicate. “I really like the things that I don’t know,” Jaeger says. “It’s an opportunity to create something bigger than yourself.”

In this case, “bigger than yourself” means designing and painting 41 windows for a new chapel being constructed on the Berkeley Preparatory School campus in Tampa—and collaborating with regional glass artists to give the classic stained glass approach an upgrade.

“Traditional stained glass is more like a mosaic,” Jaeger says, with each window comprising multiple panes of colored glass joined together with soldered lead. “And the leaded lines really interfere with the image itself,” he says. To change the aesthetic, Jaeger suggested changing the method. Instead of stained glass, the chapel should be one of, if not the, first in Florida to use fused glass in all its windows.

Working with master glassmaker James Piercey of Orlando and the master glassmakers of Kat Glass Studio in Clearwater, Jaeger mocked up a small example of a scene depicting St. Francis and presented his idea to the school.

Though a complicated process, each window will begin with a line drawing from Jaeger. Once completed, this drawing is enlarged and placed under a transparent pane of glass, so he can paint it large-scale in black-and-white onto the glass. “So it’s still coming from my hand,” he says. “I will literally be painting within each pane of glass.” But the color actually comes from multiple panes of colored glass, layered on top of and then fused together with Jaeger’s painting. Like overlapping transparencies on an overhead projector or layering colored lenses on a camera, the result is one seamless image.

And, according to Jaeger, the fused glass method enables nuances of color not to be found within the leaded confines of stained glass construction. “You can create all sorts of unique colorations,” he says. “It really gives the image a great sense of depth.”

Looking at St. Francis through Jaeger-tinted eyes, the Berkeley Preparatory School agreed. Then came the kicker: did anyone mention the new chapel will have 41 windows?

Of all the factors involved, only the time commitment gave Jaeger pause. “It’s not a one-and-done type of thing,” he says. “We’re not talking about hanging a painting.” Instead, the artist will be making trips to Orlando twice-monthly for the next two years, working the weekends to craft all 41 windows, some of them 20-feet-wide or more. But the opportunity to was too good to pass up, professionally or personally.

“Designing church windows has historically been a pinnacle of sorts in an artist’s career,” he says. And as the son of an Episcopalian priest, each painting holds a personal importance as well. “It’s an amazing opportunity to create something in his honor, as a testament to his life and work.” 

Pictured: Tim Jaeger (left) will be working with several master glassmakers to complete the Berkeley commission.

[Concert Series]  Bradenton Gulf Island Concert Series, Featuring Legendary Artists from 70s, 80s

Star-studded performers highlight the Bradenton Gulf Island Concert Series which returns next month. Five popular acts will bring an array of hits – from classic rock to reggae – over a five-month stretch at The Center of Anna Maria Island. 

Bob Marley’s legendary band The Wailers kicks off the concert series on Dec. 11. Lou Gramm, the Juke Box Hero of Foreigner fame follows in January. February features Don Felder, best known as the Eagles’ lead guitarist and a member of the Musicians Hall of Fame. Grammy winner and seller of 30 milllion albums worldwide, Richard Marx is the featured artist for the March show. The concert series wraps in April with Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals. Each ticket sold will support the members and community partners of The Bradenton Gulf Islands. The concert series is as follows: Dec. 11, 2021 – The WailersJan. 22, 2022 – Lou Gramm, The Juke Box Hero; Feb. 20, 2022 – Don FelderMarch 23, 2022 – Richard MarxApril 2, 2022 – Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals

The Bradenton Gulf Island Concert Series is promoter Rich Engler, whose DiCesare-Engler Productions group which promoted some of the biggest acts in the world including The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bon Jovi, Fleetwood Mac, The Beach Boys, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Madonna, Aerosmith and Genesis.

The concert series is sponsored by the Tourism Development Council, The Sandbar Restaurant and Cedar Cove Resort & Cottages. Proceeds will benefit the The Center of Anna Maria Island, 407 Magnolia Ave., Anna Maria, where each show will take place. For more information and ticket purchases, visit centerami.org/events 

Photo courtesy of The Wailers

[Theater Artists]  Hermitage Announces New January Programs Featuring Original Works in Progress from Tony Award Winner Gavin Creel and Pulitzer Prize Winner Michael R. Jackson

Andy Sandberg, Artistic Director and CEO of the Hermitage Artist Retreat, announced today that the Hermitage will present new public programs in January with acclaimed theater artists and Hermitage Fellows Gavin Creel and Michael R. Jackson.

On Friday, January 14 at 5pm on the Hermitage Beach, Tony and Olivier Award-winning performer Gavin Creel (Hello, Dolly!The Book of MormonHair) will share excerpts from his latest passion project. “Walk on Through” is a work in progress inspired by a commission from the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Limor Tomer, General Manager of Live Arts). This new piece, still in development, features Creel’s original songs inspired by the sights, sounds, and sense of wonder experienced at the Met.

Pulitzer Prize-winning writer-composer Michael R. Jackson (A Strange LoopWhite Girl in Danger) returns to the Hermitage following his beachfront program last season. This time, Jackson puts his unique twist on the popular Hermitage Sunsets @Selby Gardens series with “The Work,” offering candid conversation and samplings of his latest work. This event will be on Friday, January 21 at 5:30pm, presented at Selby Gardens’ Downtown Sarasota campus.

“We are incredibly excited to be welcoming these two extraordinary theater artists to share their works in progress with our community,” said Hermitage Artistic Director and CEO Andy Sandberg. Sandberg was a producer of the Tony Award-winning revival of Hair, for which Creel received a Tony nomination as Best Lead Actor. “Many know Gavin as one of the great performers of our generation, and he is here at the Hermitage as a writer and creator, developing an exciting new piece inspired by a commission from our friends at the Met. And for those who don’t know the incredible Michael R. Jackson, he is truly one of the most exciting voices in the American theater today, and we’re looking forward to welcoming him back to the Gulf Coast!”

These outdoor programs are free and open to the public with a $5/person registration fee. Due to capacity limitations and social distancing, registration is required at HermitageArtistRetreat.org 

Pictured: Gavin Creel at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, courtesy of The Hermitage

[Festival]  Inaugural Bradenton Seafood & Music Festival Debuts December 17-19

The inaugural Bradenton Seafood & Music Festival makes its debut on Friday, December 17 from 4 pm - 10 pm; Saturday, December 18 from 11 am - 10 pm and Sunday, December 19 from 11 am - 6 pm at the Riverwalk Pavilion with fresh seafood and live music The event is free and open to the public. 

The event will offer a variety of seafood cooked fresh on site by local restaurants and food purveyors. Seafood dishes are prepared using only the freshest local and sustainable ocean resources from the Florida Gulf Coast.  Meat lovers and vegetarians can select from a diverse menu of meats, vegetarian offerings, side dishes and desserts. On the breaks between performances enjoy shopping in a marketplace of fine arts, crafts, and select fine products and food items.

For more information, visit paragonartevents.com 

[Board]  Child Protection Center Welcomes Two Members to Board

The Child Protection Center, Inc. (CPC) has announced the appointment of Jennifer Fox and Charlie Brooks as new members to its board of directors. “It is a privilege to welcome Jennifer and Charlie to our board,” said Doug Staley, Executive Director of CPC. “They are devoted advocates and firm believers in making a difference for children. This is a crucial point for the Child Protection Center as we face the growing needs for child abuse services in Sarasota and DeSoto Counties, and we are very fortunate to Jennifer and Charlie for their expertise and remarkable dedication to protecting the youth in our community.”

Jennifer and her husband, Larry Fox, have been involved with CPC for over a decade through sponsorships, serving on committees, and raising pivotal funds for the center’s recent 40th Anniversary. “Helping to support the prevention, intervention, and treatment of child abuse should be everyone’s mission. I feel CPC is one of the best organizations in town and I am proud to be a part of advocating for such an important cause.” Jennifer states that through her new role on the board, she hopes to bring awareness to those that are not familiar with the nonprofit and the critical services they provide. 

Charlie Brooks was first introduced to the topic of child abuse in 2014, when his daughter revealed that a member of their family had abused her many years prior in her childhood. Not long after, he learned of CPC at a luncheon where Sheila Miller, CPC’s VP of Philanthropy, presented about the organization. “I determined that day- this was a charity needing both my time and financial support.” Charlie goes on to say that he’s honored to have been selected as a new member of the board, commenting, “It is an opportunity to address an ugly problem. Since being made aware of child abuse in my own family, I have learned about the overwhelming evidence of this situation existing all over our nation. I believe, therefore, it is essential for our city to have a facility to serve as a safe haven and provide help for children that have been abused.”

For more information on CPC, visit cpcsarasota.org or call 941-365-1277.

  

Photo of the new board members at CPC's main office in Sarasota, courtesy of the organization

[Recognition]  Equality Florida Honors Sharon Carole and Christopher Covelli with Voice for Equality Award

Equality Florida honored two members of the Sarasota community this week as Sharon Carole and Christopher Covelli both received the Voice for Equality Award at the 2021 Equality Florida Suncoast Celebration. Each year, Equality Florida honors an individual with the Voice for Equality Award. The accolade recognizes individuals who, with courage, passion and unwavering commitment, move the LGBTQ community closer to full equality. This year, the organization chose to recognize two individuals. Recipients Carole and Covelli are both co-owners of The Realm Restaurant Group, which operates Sage and Bijou Garden Café. Covelli also serves as the executive chef at the two restaurants. The two were recognized for their ongoing generosity and support of Equality Florida. Both have been active and engaged volunteers for the organization, among other similar causes.

“Sharon and Chris share our vision for Florida where no one suffers harassment or discrimination on the basis of their sexual orientation, gender identity or expression,” said Mark Puskarich, development director at Equality Florida. “They have helped build Equality Florida's Suncoast community into one of our largest and most active chapters. We're grateful for Sharon's and Chris’ commitment to our critical work throughout the state.” 

(l to r): Sharon Carole and Christopher Covelli. Photo Credit: Chris Statford



[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County: 67th Annual Christmas Tree Lot , November 26 – December 25, Varies.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County will be hosting their 67th Annual Christmas Tree Lot at the Westgate Shopping Center (Publix), 3913 Manattee Ave. W. Bradenton beginning on Friday, November 26 from 9am to 7pm and will be open Saturday, November 27 from 9am to 7pm. It will be closed Mondays - Wednesdays, open Thursdays and Fridays from 5pm to 9pm, Saturdays from 9am to 6pm and Sundays from 12pm to 7pm.

[SOON]  THEATER: Florida Studio Theatre: Deck the Halls , November 27 – December 24, Varies.

A brand-new rendition of everything that makes the holidays in Sarasota special. With all-new songs and sketches, audiences should get ready to celebrate the holidays – Florida style – palm trees with decorations, swimming in the sea, sand snowmen, and more. An annual Sarasota holiday tradition, Deck the Halls invites families to deck the palms and join in on the fun at this interactive family show. Deck the Halls, by Sarah Durham and Caroline Saldivar, will play Saturdays and select Sundays from November 27, 2021 - December 24, 2021 in FST's Bowne's Lab. Subscriptions and single tickets are on sale and can be purchased by clicking the button above or by calling the Box Office at 941-366-9000.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: St. Armands Circle: Holiday Soiree 2021 , November 27 – December 19, Varies.

St. Armands Circle has announced the event dates for its upcoming 2021 Holiday Soirée. Experience life on the circle and visit an assortment of some of the best merchants in the region. Holiday Soirée, a joint effort by the St. Armands Circle Association and St. Armands Business Improvement District, invites locals and tourists alike to immerse themselves and enjoy weekly events happening throughout the month of December. The Holiday Soirée will start Saturday, November 27. Is there a better place to spend the holiday season than on the Circle? Let it snow somewhere else. Come join an incredible series of holiday events presented by the St. Armands Circle Association. There will be six different events throughout the next month, the first starting on Saturday, November 27 as the circle kicks off the holiday season with the Let’s Go Shop Small event. Visitors can support local businesses on the Circle and get a head start on all their holiday shopping. The following week on Friday, December 3, features the Holiday Night of Lights. Beginning at 5:30pm, come enjoy the ceremonial tree lighting, sing along with carolers and witness Santa arrive on the Circle. Kids will have the opportunity to meet and take pictures with Santa from 6:30pm – 8pm. The final two weeks of the Holiday Soirée features two weekly events. Starting on Thursday, December 9 from 6pm to 9pm, enjoy the sweet sounds of the season by coming to Songs on the Circle. Stroll, shop and dine while you listen to this live music event. Then on Saturday, December 11, come see Porsches in the Park. Experience a day filled with beautiful automobiles and perfect weather. St. Armands Circle Association finishes its Holiday Soirée with its final two events on the week before Christmas. Ladies Night, which will be held on Thursday, December 16 from 6pm to 8:30pm, includes promotions from participating merchants for ladies. Shop and dine out on the Circle with a festive atmosphere that is sure to get you into the holiday spirit. The final event will conclude on Sunday, December 19. From 11am to 1pm, the Circle encourages you to enjoy a special holiday-themed mid-day soirée at its St. Armands Family Day.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Temple Sinai: Hands on Hanukkah , November 28 – December 5, 4pm-7:15pm

HANDS ON HANUKKAH is a Community Event taking place at the UTC Mall during the 8 days of Hanukkah. The family-friendly events feature arts & crafts, raffles & giveaways, food & photos, storytelling, live musical performances and end with lighting the hanukkiah. All events start at 4pm and end at 7:15pm. HANDS ON HANUKKAH runs Sunday, Nov. 28th - Sunday, Dec. 5th and is produced by Temple Sinai Sarasota.  

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Van Wezel: Cirque Dreams Holidaze , November 29, 7:30pm

CIRQUE DREAMS HOLIDAZE lights up the stage in this dazzling family spectacular. This annual tradition wraps a whimsical, Broadway-style musical infused with contemporary circus artistry into the ultimate holiday gift for the family! As lights dim and music plays, a fantastical cast of holiday storybook characters come to life presenting an elaborate wonderland, invoking the stories behind a child’s eye as they dream on the most magical of nights. Ballerinas, nutcrackers, snowmen, reindeer, ethereal aerialists, gingerbread people and colossal ornaments fly, juggle and stretch imaginations. This show will take place on Monday, November 29 at 7:30pm.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Van Wezel: Dave Koz and Friends: Christmas Tour 2021 , November 30, 8pm

Chart-topping, Grammy®-nominated saxophonist DAVE KOZ returns to the road this holiday season with the 24th annual Dave Koz and Friends Christmas Tour 2021, featuring South African guitarist/singer Jonathan Butler, trumpeter Rick Braun, saxophonist Richard Elliot and introducing vocalist Rebecca Jade. Koz and Friends will perform fresh renditions of timeless Christmas classics—as well as a Chanukah medley—and hits from their respective catalogues. After the challenges of 2020, there’s never been a time when “we need a little Christmas” more than this year. This show will take place on Tuesday, November 30 at 8pm.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Sarasota Youth Opera: Open Auditions for Tosca Youth Chorus , November 30, 5:30pm

Sarasota Youth Opera will be holding an open audition for the youth chorus in Puccini’s Tosca, to be presented during the 2022 Winter Opera Festival. The auditions will take place at 5:30pm on Tuesday, November 30th. This is a great opportunity for young singers—aged 10 to 18 with unchanged voices—to experience the excitement of being on stage with Sarasota Opera. All chorus and cast members must show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 by January 11, 2022. For more information, contact Martha Collins, Director of Education, at mcollins@sarasotaopera.org, or call 941-328-1307. Sarasota Opera is located at 61 N. Pineapple Ave.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe: Joyful! Joyful! , December 1 – December 30

During the holiday season, WBTT presents its Christmas card to the community, the world-premiere musical revue “Joyful! Joyful!” Enjoy high-spirited, uplifting songs of the season as only WBTT’s singers, dancers and musicians can perform them. A blend of new takes on traditional holiday tunes, gospel-infused classics and pop songs, the concert will include a twist on the carol “Joy to the World,” a version of “Carol of the Bells” that’s an homage to the O’Jays, and a lively gospel rendition of Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus,” to name a few. Some talented Stage of Discovery students will be featured; Jacobs will direct. Show runs from December 1 to 30, 2021. Ticket sales are scheduled to begin in the late summer. Call the Box Office at 941-366-1505 or visit westcoastblacktheatre.org.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Discover Sarasota Tours: Holly Jolly Trolley , December 1 – December 31

During December join us for a special holiday trolley or van tour complete with cocoa, carols & Christmas stories about Sarasota. Step onboard our Holly Jolly Trolley or Van with guide Jenny Jingle for our special daytime holiday tour with cocoa, carols & Christmas stories of Sarasota. Visit city spots with Christmas story connections, hear about our Sarasota traditions during the holidays & sing along to your favorite Christmas songs. Includes FREE cocoa at the Trolley Cottage before the tour. We award prizes for best Ugly Sweater on our Holly Jolly Trolley Tours during December so dress in your holiday best. Tour ticket includes FREE Parking.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Sarasota County Sheriff's Office 5th Annual Holiday Toy Drive , December 1 – December 12, 7am-7pm

Sheriff Kurt A. Hoffman is pleased to announce the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is hosting its fifth annual holiday toy drive benefitting the 12th Judicial Circuit of Florida’s Guardian ad Litem program. There are currently more than 1,300 children from throughout Sarasota, Manatee and DeSoto counties who have been removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect and as such, appointed a Guardian ad Litem. Because the children range in age from newborn to 18 years old with varying personal needs, the sheriff’s office has chosen to focus the holiday initiative solely on toys and gift cards. Citizens are asked to refrain from donating clothing or stuffed animals and to make sure all donations are new and unwrapped. The initiative begins Wednesday, December 1 and continues until Sunday, December 12. Citizens can deliver donations to the agency’s headquarters located at 6010 Cattleridge Boulevard, Sarasota, every day between 7am and 7pm. The initiative launched in 2017 when the agency moved into its new headquarters facility on Cattleridge Boulevard in Sarasota. To date, with help from agency members, residents, local businesses and organizations, the sheriff’s office has donated more than 7,000 gifts including $20,000 in gift cards to the Guardian ad Litem program. Thanks to a partnership with the Sarasota Memorial Hospital Public Safety Department, public safety personnel are once again generously donating a holiday tree which will serve as the collection site for the toy drive. The tree will be delivered to the sheriff’s office headquarters on Monday, November 29 at 11am.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Sarasota Orchestra: Great Escapes: Holiday Lights , December 1 – December 5, 5:30pm, 7:30pm, 8pm and 4pm

Take time to savor the holidays as Broadway conductor William Waldrop serves a program of seasonal favorites, including Winter Wonderland, Festive Sounds of Hanukkah, and Christmas at the Movies on Wednesday, December 1 at 5:30pm, Thursday, December 2 at 7:30pm, Friday, December 3 at 5:30pm, Saturday, December 4 at 8pm, and Sunday, December 5 at 4pm at Holley Hall.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Sarasota Medieval Fair , November 6 – November 28, 10am-5:30pm

The Sarasota Medieval Fair is Back - NEW LOCATION: Woods of Mallaranny. Welcome one and all to four weekends of exciting tournaments, scrumptious feasts, & pure family fun at the Sarasota Medieval Fair. We are so proud to announce the triumphant return of the renowned 17th Annual Sarasota Medieval Fair. The fair will be November 6th-28th, running every weekend on Saturday and Sunday at our much anticipated and beautiful NEW LOCATION, Woods of Mallaranny. Visit us each weekend as each weekend features a full new line-up of different nationally renowned acts! Plus, don't miss our returning favorites such as the Washing Well Wenches, the Human Combat Chess Match, and full-armored full-contact jousting tournaments held twice daily. Live the majesty and madness of knights, jesters, minstrels, belly dancers, wenches, and sword swingers! Watch the full contact joust and human combat chess tournaments! Ride rides and play games. Feast on turkey legs and hearty ales from the English pubs. Plus, join in on the fun with this years Scottish scenario, the Battle of Falkirk, 1298 AD. We encourage all to interact with our cast of characters, ask questions, and participate in the grandeur of color, sound, taste, and festivities. Come one and all to four weekends of exciting tournaments, scrumptious feasts, & pure family fun at the Sarasota Medieval Fair. 

[SOON]  GALLERY: Art Uptown Gallery: Cortez, The Fishing Village by Frank Bibbins , October 30 – November 26, Gallery hours.

This November, Art Uptown Gallery will feature the work of local photographer Frank Bibbins in an exhibit entitled ”Cortez, The Fishing Village” with art that captures the beauty, energy and determination of the historic village and its people. The exhibit runs from Sat., Oct. 30 through Fri., Nov. 26. The public is also invited to a public reception on November 12 from 6pm-9pm. Art Uptown Gallery welcomes you to the 1367 Main Street gallery, where the diverse art works of 29 local artists are shown Monday-Friday 11am-5pm (except First Friday when open until 9pm), Saturday 10am-3pm and Sunday 12pm-5pm. Telephone: 941-955-5409 for further information. www.artuptown.com.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Venice Theatre: The Great American Trailer Park Musical , October 29 – November 28, Varies.

Starke, Florida has everything: agoraphobia, ‘80s nostalgia, spray cheese, road kill, hysterical pregnancy, a broken electric chair, kleptomania, strippers, flan and disco. Get your seats early… Trailer Park filled every seat in 2009, 2011, and 2013. The Great American Trailer Park Musical from show from October 29 to November 28 at the Venice Theatre. Includes adult language/themes. Audience discretion advised.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: FST Improv: Out of Bounds , October 2 – November 27, 8pm and 7:30pm

FST Improv Presents Out of Bounds Playing Every Saturday Beginning October 2 at 7:30pm. Out of Bounds is the heart of the FST Improv Winter Season. Eight teams comprised of our top improvisers will be competing for your attention, love, and points! The show is a fast-paced, no holds barred improv show featuring five of the best improv comedians of the Suncoast for a night of games, scenes, and skillful storytelling. No rules. No boundaries. Just spectacular comedy and incredible improvisation.

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