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SRQ DAILY May 24, 2024

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"Not many people know that Snoopy is so involved with NASA and its flight program so it felt like a really fun story to tell this summer."

- Ashley Waite, Director of Museum Experience, The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature.

[Arts & Entertainment]  A Beagle and The Bishop Go To The Moon
Philip Lederer, Phil.Lederer@srqme.com

Two months before Neil Armstrong made his historic first steps on the lunar surface, newspapers across the nation carried the story of another moon landing—this time by a dog. Not the cosmonautic corpse of some less-lucky Laika, but an all-American cultural icon loved by families everywhere. That Snoopy the Beagle was entirely fictional and his spaceship looked suspiciously like a doghouse were mere quibbles. From Apollo to Artemis, Snoopy has been part of the NASA family since 1968, when he became the organization’s first safety mascot. And in the latest exhibition on display at the Bishop Museum of Science and Nature, families can experience the full story of the historic partnership between America’s astronauts and its premiere illustrator.

Called To the Moon: Snoopy Soars with NASA, the traveling exhibition on loan from the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center takes museum-goers all the way back to 1967, when NASA and the nation were reeling from the Apollo 1 fire, which took the lives of three astronauts. Looking for their own Smokey Bear to promote a culture of safety, NASA reached out to Schulz, who readily agreed to send Snoopy into space. Visitors to the exhibition will get a chance to see all sorts of artifacts from the beginning of this fruitful collaboration, including copies of those original Peanuts comic strips and a reproduction of the first drawing Schulz ever made of Snoopy in his astronaut gear. Also on loan, a film composed of archival footage and interviews, including with Schulz himself, about the Apollo 10 mission, with its Command and Lunar modules affectionately dubbed “Charlie Brown” and “Snoopy” by the astronauts who flew them.

In addition to the objects and displays on loan from the Schulz Museum, The Bishop has augmented the exhibition with items on loan from local collectors. These include a rare Snoopy astronaut doll autographed by an Apollo 10 astronaut, as well as a coveted Silver Snoopy pin. An award conferred by NASA for significant contributions to safety and mission awareness, the Silver Snoopy is given to less than 1% of NASA employees and contractors and always presented by an actual astronaut.

With plenty of opportunity for fun with the kids, the exhibition also features a large-scale photo backdrop of Snoopy on the moon, complete with space-themed props so that kids can pose for pictures, as well as multiple “life-sized” Snoopy printouts guiding audiences through the experience and just generally being adorable. And for those looking to get even more hands-on, the Mosaic Backyard Universe has a station where kids can design and build their own mission patches.

The exhibition is a “natural fit,” says Director of Museum Experience Ashley Waite, for an institution already home to its own planetarium and a moon rock on loan from NASA. “Not many people know that Snoopy is so involved with NASA and its flight program,” Waite says. “So it felt like a really fun story to tell this summer.”

Currently on display at The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature, To the Moon: Snoopy Soars with NASA runs through August 15. To the Moon: Snoopy Soars with NASA is organized and toured by the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center, Santa Rosa, California. 

Pictured: Image courtesy of Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center.

[Arts & Entertainment]  The World Premiere of Oak at Urbanite Theatre
Dylan Campbell, dylan@srqme.com

In the little town that runs along Odella Creek, children are never safe. ‘It’s 7pm. Do you know where your children are?’ is the premise of Oak by Terry Guest which will make its world premiere on May 31 at Sarasota’s Urbanite Theatre.  Oak, which has been in development at Urbanite since receiving the organization’s 2020 Charles Rowan Beye New Play Commision, is a Southern Gothic horror at its core, mixing bone-chilling scares with themes of racial identity and prejudice.

“In  Oak, children have been disappearing in this town along the Odella creek for a very long time. There is a town urban legend that the monster Odella will snatch you after dark. Within the story, there’s a lot of symbolism about who the monster is or isn’t,” says Summer Wallace, Producing Artistic Director of Urbanite. “We meet the characters of Suga, Big Man and Pickle. Big man and Pickle are brother and sister and Suga is their cousin. Suga gets snatched and disappears, so Big Man and Pickle go on an adventure to not only find Suga, but escape the Odella monster as well.”

Oak uses the construct of the Odella creek monster to explore the more pertinent themes of racism and motherhood. The legend has it that Odella was a slave that was forced to leave her baby behind when pursuing her freedom. “After Odella left her baby behind, she stopped and turned, heard her baby’s first words of ‘hey mama’ and just decided to keep going. She later drowned,” says Wallace. “Odella the creek monster is basically her–or is it? Kids have been disappearing all throughout this part of this Southern town because of racial violence. This play delves into that and also looks at what happens when a mother chooses herself?”

 Oak is directed by Mikael Burke and comes from the pen of Guest, a two-time Jeff Award winner and writer of multiple award-winning plays including At the Wake of a Dead Drag Queen which was a hit for Urbanite during the organization’s 2021-2022 season. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  Meet the Statue Man of Sarasota
Eliana Burns, Eliana@srqme.com

Meet Joe Abel--Sarasota’s own living, breathing statue. Plated in gold and silver, Abel is known for his sport-inspired character statues, like “Happy Stillmore”, “Gold E. Glover”, and “Goldie Howe”.

Abel began his entertainment career at the ripe age of six years old. In his hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, Abel found himself bored at a craft fair his parents were running. “My mom didn’t have time for me, because she was getting all the vendors checked in.” Abel recalls, “So she told me what any good mother would say, ‘Go streaking’. I went into the bathroom and ran out wearing only underwear.” The following year, Abel performed as a clown for the first time, quenching his thirst for activity and occupying his passion for a lifetime.

After a decade of craft fairs and haunted houses, Abel developed the ability to stand still for hours on end, hardly moving or blinking. During his career as an independent wrestling manager, Abel would visit downtown Sarasota on Halloween dressed in various costumes. “After three years, I decided that I wanted to do something different,” Abel recalls. “I like the attention, but I wanted a change.”

Recalling a human statue performance he saw in Mexico, Abel was certain that his skill set could be capitalized on. Only anxious about his ability to garner outfits, Abel trusted his creative ability and returned to downtown Sarasota the following Halloween dressed as a statue. By the end of the night, Abel left with a cup full of cash. Halloween fun turned into more than $100.

Abel knew he had struck gold. Before he knew it, he had a cast of characters, ranging from baseball players to a rock and roll guitarist. Fed up with his 9-5, Abel quit his job as a wrestling manager and fully committed to his characters. “I’m making more money, and I’m having more fun.”

Abel performs as Gold E. Glover, a gold baseball statue, at professional matches. This prompted him to be featured on Bally Sports, a television provider of sports media. Interviewed at a game between the Orioles and Rays, Major League Baseball took an eight second clip of the interview and uploaded it to their YouTube page. The video garnered over 96,000 views.

“I’ve never had anybody look at anything I did. You know a couple hundred, maybe a thousand. To go from that to 96,000 is amazing.” It was especially exciting for Abel, fueling his dream of working for a major league baseball team.

What’s next for Sarasota’s savviest statue? This Memorial Day, Abel will be appearing in the Lakewood Ranch Memorial Day Parade to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. On June 8th and 9th, you can see him in St. Augustine at the wrestling convention taking place at the World Golf Village Renaissance Resort. 

Pictured: Joe Abel as Happy Stillmore. Photo by Wes Roberts.

[Arts & Entertainment]  Black Violin Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Tour This Fall

Prepare for an extraordinary evening on November 21, 2024 at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall as Black Violin commemorates 20 years of musical innovation with their BV20: Then & Now tour. Tickets go on sale Thursday at 10am ET. This groundbreaking duo, renowned for their genre-defying fusion of classical music and hip-hop rhythms, is set to captivate audiences with live performances across the country once again this fall. In celebration of the bands 20th anniversary, their new single “Legends in the Making” is out now. BV20: Then & Now will showcase the incredible 20 year journey of Black Violin so far, featuring Kev Marcus on violin and Wil Baptiste on viola/vocals, joined by Nat Stokes on drums, DJ SPS on turntables, and Liston Gregory on keys. This talented ensemble will deliver a performance that transcends genres, combining the elegance of classical strings with the dynamic beats of hip-hop.  The band has lots to be proud of from their humble beginnings as highschool orchestra classmates, to triumphant winners of Showtime at the Apollo, to now being two time grammy nominated, internationally touring musicians. Black Violin is also known for being strong advocates for music education. Kev Marcus states, “We take pride in staying true to ourselves and inspiring others to do the same. Our foundation's mission of providing music education opportunities for children nationwide is a source of great pride. Our dedicated band members have been with us for almost a decade, and our entire team shares our passion and values.” In 2019, Black Violin launched the Black Violin Foundation Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering youth by providing access to quality music programs in their community. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience Black Violin live and celebrate two decades of music that has inspired and uplifted fans around the globe. Be part of an evening filled with celebration, inspiration, and the enduring power of dreams with Black Violin’s BV20: Then & Now. Tickets start at $36 and can be purchased at www.VanWezel.org, by calling the box office at 941-263-6799 or by visiting the box office Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Groups of 10 or more should contact 941-263-6726. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  The Sarasota Players Announce 95th Season

The Sarasota Players 95th Season features a lineup of musicals that will send audiences on a captivating journey through the pages of classic literature, and enchant and delight audiences of all ages. This musical theatre lineup is centered around characters who grow and pursue themes of self-discovery, resilience, and the transformative power of determination. Each production - Seussical the Musical, Little Women, Fun Home and Into the Woods -features protagonists embarking on personal journeys, facing obstacles that force them to confront their fears, doubts, and limitations. Throughout the season, audiences are taken on a journey alongside these characters as they navigate the highs and lows of their quests. Sarasota Players’ Chief Executive Officer William Skaggs said he can’t wait to share these incredible stories with the community. “We are so excited to celebrate 95 years with the community,” Skaggs added. “We’ve carefully selected each of these titles because of their emotional impact and how they connect with audiences.” The season contains four mainstage shows to take place at The Sarasota Players theatre location at the Crossings at Siesta Key mall along with extra events throughout the year including a large 95th anniversary fundraiser, Shakespeare, an interactive comedy and additional shows to feature local artists and their work. 

Pictured: Members of The Sarasota Players 95th Season Group. Photo courtesy of The Sarasota Players.

[WWR]  2024 Women Who Roar Applications Last Day

2024 WOMEN WHO ROAR APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN | SRQ Magazine invited our readers to nominate women in our community who best exemplify the attributes of professional acumen, philanthropic passion, personal integrity, and community leadership and who have deeply contributed to our community. Applications close today, May 24, 2024. 

[SOON]  GALLERY: Clyde Butcher: Nature Through the Lens , November 11 – August 31, N/a

Clyde Butcher: Nature Through the Lens will be on view through August 31, 2024 at the Historic Spanish Point campus. Selby Gardens is excited to present the extraordinary imagery of photographer and conservationist Clyde Butcher throughout the grounds of the Historic Spanish Point campus. Large-scale prints on aluminum of Butcher’s beautiful photographs of plants, animals, and habitats of Florida will be exhibited amid the natural landscape of the 30-acre waterfront preserve, enabling the public to engage with the artist’s work like never before. In the tradition of earlier landscape photographers like Ansel Adams, Butcher captures the beauty and majesty of America’s natural treasures in dramatic black and white. The unique environments of Florida have been subjects of particular interest to Butcher since the 1980s, when he was first introduced to the magic and mystery of sites such as Big Cypress National Preserve and Everglades National Park. Nature Through the Lens will include Butcher’s photographs of regional locales such as Myakka River State Park and Casey Key. This exhibition is presented in partnership with the Clyde Butcher Gallery & Studio in Venice, Florida. For more information, visit selby.org.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Jazz Thursdays , January 11 – June 13, 5:30 pm-8 pm

Join us for live jazz at Sarasota Art Museum, hosted by the Jazz Club of Sarasota, featuring Hot Club of SRQ, and extended hours in the galleries, Bistro, and SHOP. Sip on refreshing cocktails and enjoy small bites in the Bistro. Each second Thursday of the month features a different style of jazz, from straight-ahead to free jazz, bebop to swing-programmed in partnership with Jazz Club of Sarasota. Galleries are open until 7 pm on Jazz Thursdays. Learn more and purchase tickets at sarasotaartmuseum.org.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Yayoi Kusama: A Letter to Georgia O Keeffe at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens , February 11 – June 30, n/a

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens will present Yayoi Kusama: A Letter to Georgia O Keeffe as the eighth iteration of its annual Jean and Alfred Goldstein Exhibition, which examines the work of major artists through the lens of their connection to nature. The exhibition, which will be on view from February 11 through June 30, 2024, at Selby Gardens Downtown Sarasota campus, will explore the unexpected yet profoundly impactful mentoring relationship that developed between iconic artists Yayoi Kusama and Georgia O Keeffe. The theme of the upcoming Goldstein Exhibition is the latest announcement of programming planned for Selby Gardens 50th anniversary season. For more information, visit selby.org.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Byzantine Style Icons , April 7 – June 28, Gallery hours: Mon-Thurs. 9-1, and Sundays 11:30-12:30. June will have no Sunday hours.

All Angels Church is delighted to offer an exhibition of Byzantine-style icons by noted iconographer Christine Simoneau Hales. Since the beginning of Christianity, icons have been revered as aids to prayer and contemplation. They are visual reminders of the Saints and Gospel stories that have inspired all Christians throughout the ages. Ms. Hales has studied for many years and now teaches and produces icons for churches and private collectors. She is sought after for her modern, yet traditional icons for churches all over the world. She has won several grants and awards for her painting and is now a local Sarasota iconographer. She will share the icons she has crafted in the ancient Byzantine Tradition using egg tempera paints and gold leaf gilding on wood panels. There will be over twenty original icons on display, and all icons will be available for purchase by contacting the artist/iconographer. To learn more, visit allangelslbk.org/.

[SOON]  GALLERY: The Petticoat Painters , May 3 – June 1, Various times

Check out The Petticoat Painters, an exhibition of female artists, at SPAACES. The exhibition runs from May 3 through June 1, with an opening reception on Friday, May 3 from 6-8pm. The Petticoat Painters is one of the oldest continuously exhibiting art groups of women in the U.S. This group was formed in 1953 to showcase the talents of female artists at a time when women had difficulty finding venues to show their work. Seven women participated in the first show held at a local Sarasota, Florida gallery. These original members selected the name Petticoat Painters, thinking it would be a one-time show of their work. The name continues to be used both in honor of the founders and to retain its historical signature. While we revere our history, each generation of members evolves its own identity framed by contemporary thinking. As we continue to engage new members, we actively move into the 21st Century in concert with the dynamic metamorphosis in art philosophy and aesthetics. Learn more at Petticoatpainters.com. SPAACES Art Gallery, 2051 Princeton Street, Sarasota.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Art Center Sarasota's Annual Regional Juried Exhibition , May 23 – July 27

Art Center Sarasota unveils its much-anticipated annual regional juried exhibit, "Beyond Comfort," on May 23. Juried by Virginia Shearer, the executive director of Sarasota Art Museum, the exhibition calls upon artists statewide to delve into their interpretations of beauty and the grotesque within contemporary art and society. The exhibit, which spans all four galleries, runs through July 27. The opening reception is Thursday, May 23, 6-8 p.m. A critique with Virginia Shearer will take place on Thursday, May 30, 3:30 p.m. at Art Center Sarasota.

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

[SOON]  GALA: Grand Carnival In Bloom , June 1, 8-11pm
On June 1, Project Pride SRQ will present the Grand Carnival In Bloom. Event organizers are looking forward to launching Pride Month in grand style with the Grand Carnival In Bloom, an enchanting evening filled with flowers, a DJ spinning music hits, cool country performances, and delightful surprises. Dive Bar Wine and Spirits will be on-site to craft specialty cocktails that will elevate the experience, and some of the finest restaurants in Sarasota will tantalize your taste buds with lite bites and desserts. The Grand Carnival takes place on Saturday, June 1, 8-11 p.m. at the Sailor Circus Arena, 2075 Bahia Vista St., Sarasota. Tickets, which include open bar, food and entertainment, are $125/VIP, enables early entry at 7 p.m., $85/general admission; door price is $150, subject to availability. Proceeds from the event will support Project Pride programs and events. For more about Project Pride and its Pride Month events, visit www.ppsrq.org.
[SOON]  DANCE: Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance , June 2, 7:30pm
Irish dancers and musicians from Edmonds Herbert W. Armstrong College and Armstrong Dance will embark on their fifth U.S. tour beginning May 5, visiting 10 states over seven weeks with their show Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance. Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall will host a one-night performance at 7:30 p.m., June 2. Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance explores the ancient origins of Irish step dance and celebrates the millennia-long journey of a music-and-dance-loving people as they migrate from the ancient Near East to Ireland, Scotland, England and the United States. Tickets to Celtic Throne, The Royal Journey of Irish Dance begin at $25 and can be purchased at VanWezel.org. For more information, please visit celticthrone.com.
[SOON]  FILM: Rear Window at Sarasota Opera House , May 24, 7:30pm

From his Greenwich Village courtyard apartment window, a photographer in a wheelchair spies on his neighbors, and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder, despite the skepticism of his fashion-model girlfriend. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter, and Raymond Burr. Running time: 1 hour, 51 minutes. From May 10th- October 18th, Sarasota Opera House will be showing classic movies as timeless as the theater itself. Our Classic Movies at the Opera House series begins on Friday, May 10. HD at the Opera House series begins on June 9. Tickets on sale now!

Sarasota Opera, 61 N Pineapple Ave, Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  GALA: Celebrating Regional Art and Artists at Creative Liberties , June 1 – July 6

Creative Liberties Artist Studios and Gallery continues its season’s offerings with an all-packed June starting with the exhibit, “True Colors: Celebrating Pride,” June 1-July 6. Local artists will exhibit works in a color scheme that represents one of the colors on the LGBTQ+ Progress flag.

Creative Liberties, 901B Apricot Ave, Sarasota, FL 34237

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Fresh Harvest Farmers Market at Wellen Park , June 25 – December 29, 9 am to 1 pm

Visit Fresh Harvest, the newly launched weekly farmers market in Downtown Wellen. Fresh Harvest offers a selection of local goods from nearly 40 local vendors. Fresh Harvest takes place every Sunday in Downtown Wellen from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Attendees can peruse different vendor booths and stock up on a variety of goods. Vendors will offer a wide variety of locally grown and produced food, including herbs, spices, cut flowers, teas, canned and preserved fruits and vegetables, syrups, baked goods, pickled foods, fresh seafood, meats, poultry, eggs, milk and prepared food and beverages. A limited selection of craft vendors also participate in the farmers market. For a listing of participating vendors and more information on Fresh Harvest Farmers Market, visit wellenpark.com/events/fresh-harvest-farmers-market. Downtown Wellen, 19745 Wellen Park Blvd., Venice.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Sights and Sounds at Waterside Place , July 28 – May 31, 6 to 9 p.m.

Head out to Waterside Place for a rocking evening as part of the Lakewood Ranch Sights and Sounds Program. Enjoy a live concert in partnership with Easterseals and EveryoneRocks, featuring artists who are rocking their spectrum. This event is free and open to the public; there is limited seating at the Plaza, but attendees are welcome to bring their own seats. Food and beverages will be available from numerous Waterside Place merchants. For more information on shows, dates, and times, visit lakewoodranch.com/sights-sounds/. Waterside Place, 1560 Lakefront Dr., Sarasota.

[SOON]  FOOD: Siesta Key Rum Distillery Tours , September 2 – September 30, Various times

Siesta Key Rum runs free year-round tours for guests to learn the story of the craft distillery, the awards they have won and the secret to how they make their rums taste so good. During our 30-45 minute tour we will discuss the following topics: history of Siesta Key Rum, an overview of the awards our small company has won, what makes our rums taste so good, the rum-making process from mashing and fermentation to distillation, barrel aging and bottling of our rums. After the tour, we welcome you to sample a freshly made Siesta Key Rum cocktail, stock up on your favorite rums and browse our gift shop. 2212 Industrial Blvd., Sarasota.

[SOON]  FOOD: Farmers Market at Lakewood Ranch , September 3 – September 30, 10am-2pm

Experience some of the best food and flavors of the region with more than 100, and still growing, curated vendors. The Farmers Market at Lakewood Ranch has fast become a favorite weekly tradition for people from all over the region seeking farm-fresh produce, delicious prepared foods, and specialty items and gifts. Aside from all the goodies you can shop at the Farmers Market, find your flow in a free yoga class or have the kiddos get creative during weekly-hosted workshops. 1561 Lakefront Dr., Lakewood Ranch.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Bradenton Market Returns , October 7 – May 25, 9am-2pm

Realize Bradenton is happy to announce the return of the Bradenton Market to its weekly schedule. This beloved community gathering will be held Saturdays through May 25, 2024 from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm on Old Main Street in Bradenton. Founded in 1979, the Market has expanded to include more than 90 local vendors. In addition to the weekly shopping and music, the Market hosts special event days throughout the season. Halloween at the Market will be held on Saturday, October 28. This family-friendly event includes trick or treating with vendors, face painting with Manatee School for the Arts Academic Team from 9:30 am - 12:30 pm, and a dance performance by Slick Motion Studios at 10:00 am. For more information, visit RealizeBradenton.com.

[SOON]  FOOD: A Taste of Art , February 1 – January 31, 5:30-8pm
Longtime friends Chef Charles Amherst of Chaz 51 Steakhouse in Venice and Barbara Gerdeman, co-founder of Creative Liberties Artist Studios in Sarasota, have joined forces to create a series of interactive live art dinner showcases called A Taste of Art. The first of these events takes place Thursday, February 1, 5:30-8 p.m., at Chaz 51 Steakhouse, 549 US 41 Bypass N, Venice. The events will continue on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evenings. Guests who visit Chaz 51 on these evenings will be able to witness the creation of captivating works of art in real-time. To make a reservation, call Chaz 51 Steakhouse at 941-484-6200. To find out which artists are scheduled for February, check out the calendar at CreativeLiberties.net.
[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Space Saturdays , March 2 – December 7, 10am-2:30pm
Join us for Space Saturday, the first Saturday of every month, as we explore a different topic in the world of astronomy. During Space Saturdays, you will discover an out-of-this-world activity during Backyard Science, formerly Science Sprouts, in The Mosaic Backyard Universe, explore space with a staff astronomer during KidSpace in The Planetarium, and finish your day with an astronomy-themed story during Tales Under the Tree. To learn more, visit bishopscience.org.

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