Gainesville’s Dance Alive National Ballet presents one sweetheart of a Valentine’s Day show at UF’s Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
The Thomas Center’s Main Gallery spotlights 19 local and regional artists who challenge limitations, assumptions and the status quo.
The new exhibit, “McCarthy Moment: The Johns Committee in Florida,” examines a time 60 years ago when gays were not welcome on campus.
The Hippodrome Theatre’s updated version of the Charles Dickens classic comes with a new set, new director, lots of fresh faces and plenty of songs.
Judges award Best of Show honors to artists from Orlando and Crestview on the first day of the two-day show in downtown Gainesville.
The longtime Gainesville artist backtracked a few years to find just the right image to promote the 38th annual show this weekend in downtown Gainesville.
The downtown history museum is located in the old American Legion Hall, where a young Tom Petty performed long before the Heartbreakers.
Music festivals at Depot Park and Heartwood Soundstage, a symposium and more are taking place this week to honor Gainesville’s music legend.
The photography exhibit that opens Friday night at the Thomas Center Galleries includes 150 portraits of youths taken by youths — for future youths.
The new exhibit tells the story of Norman Studios, which began in Jacksonville a century ago and specialized in making films featuring all-black casts.