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Campers mold clay and shape new talents

“I’m one of those people who can’t stand not knowing how to do something,” confessed eleven-year-old Gordon Lichtstein. Several years ago, his inquisitive nature led him to pottery.

By: Amanda Karioth Thompson, COCA | June 20, 2018

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Meet a modern-day Renaissance man

also: The verdict is in: Acting served attorney well COCA Notes from Tallahassee Democrat's TLH Magazineby Andrea Personett7/18/10 “For me it all started in fifth grade,” Bob Rubanowice says. “I got pulled aside to design a Columbus Day poster of the...

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16th Annual Fiber Arts Exhibition

16th Annual Fiber Arts Exhibition July 15th - August 31st & Public Reception July 23rd This 2010 exhibition showcases fiber art pieces composed of designs and color schemes that defy the imagination. The 16th Annual Fiber Arts Exhibition in City Hall Gallery has brought together fiber...

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Julianna Baggott is a non-stop creative force

also: One blue ribbon fueled a love of art COCA Notes from Tallahassee Democrat's TLH Magazineby Andrea Personett7/11/10 “Julianna Baggott enjoys living on the knife edge between hilarity and heartbreak and that makes her a writer after my own heart.” — Richard...

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Bold Eddie Brown

The Council on Culture & Arts is pleased to present Bold Eddie Brown, an Exhibition at the Artport Gallery from July 1st until August 24th as part of the Arts in Public Places program. Eddie Brown, Sr., has two passions, he says. One is music....

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Del Suggs plays with heart

also: Teacher taps music for inspiration in lectures COCA Notes from Tallahassee Democrat's TLH Magazineby Andrea Personett7/4/10  Del Suggs is an original. He’s one of those people who comes onstage as a stranger and leaves it as a friend. Well-known as a...

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Local communities accrue financial as well as cultural benefits from healthy arts scene

by Kimberley K. Yablonski 850 MagazineJune/July 2010 In today’s struggling economy, one would expect funding for the arts to have taken a big hit and, in many cases, it has. However, a recent study gives arts advocates the ammunition they need to show local...