Ruth Eckerd Hall:

1111 N McMullen Booth Rd, Clearwater, Florida 33759

727-791-7400

http://www.rutheckerdhall.com

Ruth Eckerd Hall is recognized as one of the best acoustic facilities in the state of Florida. The building is a Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation design and features international, world-class artists from Broadway to classical music, pop stars to comedy, and modern and classical dance. The venue welcomes over 350,000 visitors each year, and continues to stand as one of the leading live entertainment and educational performing arts centers in Florida.

 

 

Clearwater Jazz Festival:

https://www.clearwaterjazz.com

What started as a 10-day series of jazz concerts held on the back of a flatbed truck and at venues all around the City of Clearwater, has evolved into a major international jazz festival and draw for tens of thousands of visitors. Now in its 34th year, the Clearwater Jazz Holiday is a world-class gathering of the some of the greatest talents and greatest fans of jazz.

The event takes full advantage of its home in Clearwater, Florida, offering music and art against the backdrop of warm breezes, brilliant sunsets and one of the world's greatest beaches, on the Gulf of Mexico. 35th Annual, 
October 16-19, 2014

 

 

Salvador Dali Museum
:

One Dali Blvd St. Petersburg, FL USA 33701

727-823-3767

http://thedali.org/home.php

When you're ready for a break from the beach, head to the Dali Museum to explore America’s most comprehensive collection of art by the famous Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali. Located in a stunning new building on the scenic downtown St. Pete waterfront, this iconic museum is the perfect jumping-off point to explore the rest of the city. The museum is dedicated to Dali, one of the most significant artists of the 20th century. But it also hosts a range of special events and features temporary exhibits of other artists relating to Dali and surrealism.

 

 

Museum of Fine Arts
:

225 Beach Drive North, St. Petersburg


(727) 896-2667

The Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg houses a collection spanning from ancient civilizations to the present. It is best known for its collection of French Impressionist paintings, but also displays European, American, pre-Columbian and Asian art. Special exhibits feature works on loan from other metropolitan museums as well.

 

 

Tampa Museum of Art:

120 W Gasparilla Plaza, Tampa, FL 33602

813-274-8130

tampamuseum.org

The history of Western Civilization unfolds in the art exhibits of this fine museum in downtown Tampa. It exhibits modern and contemporary art, as well as Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities. The museum was founded in 1979 and debuted an award-winning new building in 2010 just north of its original site along Tampa's Riverwalk on the banks of Hillsborough River.

 

 

Dunedin Fine Art Center & Children's Art Museum:

1143 Michigan Blvd, Dunedin, FL 34698

727-298-3322

http://www.dfac.org

For a more interactive experience, explore the Dunedin Fine Arts Center & Children's Art Museum, which hosts exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations that bring the visual arts to life. Students 4 years to 94 years fill 13 studio classrooms and a changing yearly theme makes the David L. Mason Children’s Art Museum a hands-on experience not to be missed. It features interactive exhibits that are sure to spark kids’ creativity and appreciation for the arts.