Creative Tallahassee 2021

Creative Tallahassee 2021

Celebrate the skill, talent, ingenuity and creativity of some of the most exciting artists in the Big Bend area.

Start Date

Apr. 28, 2021

End Date

Aug. 9, 2021

Time

08:00 am

Location

City Hall Galleries
300 South Adams Street
Tallahassee FL 32301
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Highlighted in this multi-media show is the work of many established and emerging local artists. This highly-anticipated annual, juried exhibition features more than 50 paintings, drawings, photographs, textiles, and sculptures.

The artworks were selected by a volunteer jury comprised of accomplished artists who reviewed the submitted images and selected work for physical exhibition at the City Hall Art Gallery. There were nearly 250 individual artworks submitted by 95 artists and all those images can be viewed in COCA’s Online Gallery at cocaonlinegallery.zenfolio.com from April 28 – Aug. 9, 2021

54 artists will show their work in this year’s Creative Tallahassee exhibit at the City Hall Art Gallery.

Those artists are:

Mina Akbari, Natalia Andreeva, Linda Armstrong, Ken Barker, Rita Barker, Todd Bertolaet, Lanny Brewster, Marina Brown, Tammy Brown, Lanae Bryant, Jeff Byers, Catherine Christie, April Cluess, Steve Coleman, Mike Cook, Terrie Corbett, Brendan Crellin, Thomas DeLopez, Anna Edson-McBride, Shawnee Franklin-Sharpe, Elizabeth George, Scott Geraci, Lisa Faire Graham, Tenee’ Hart, Sharon Hester, Bill Humphries, Nancy Jones, Ann Kawamoto, Jennifer Lange, Mary Sterner Lawson, Mary Jane Lord, Jeret Madei, Alfred Martinez, Art McConnell, William McKeown, Yoshiko Murdick, Elvi Nichols, Rob Nixon, Ivan Peñafiel, Kate Piretti, Kent Putnam, Roger Raepple, Kenneth Reshard, Joe Roache, James Russell, Eric Sapronetti, Ward Schuller , NED, Kathryn Stivers, Tom Strazulla, Dan Taylor, Laurie Tenace, Walter Thorner, and Harris Wiltsher

The City Hall Art Gallery is located on the second floor of City Hall, 300 South Adams Street and is free and open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Please wear a mask and practice social distancing when visiting the gallery.

This is one of many exhibitions curated by the Council on Culture & Arts for the Art in Public Places program on behalf of the City of Tallahassee. For more information about this program, click here. For more information about this exhibition, upcoming exhibitions, or the Art in Public Places program, contact Amanda Karioth Thompson at COCA, (850) 224-2500 or amanda@tallahasseearts.org.

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