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  • 13 Dec 2013 5:45 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    I Love The Burg - Artists are seeing potential in the gritty industrial area west of downtown St. Pete, as more and more galleries pop up in the Warehouse Arts District. A collective transformation of warehouse space into places for creating and showcasing art has turned this unsuspecting area into a sort of mecca for local creativity.  (continue reading)

  • 13 Nov 2013 5:58 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    83 Degrees Media - Jump a block or so south of the Central Arts District and you'll find a less gentrified arts district emerging from a once gritty industrial sector of the city. (continue reading)

  • 27 Aug 2013 5:47 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    83 Degrees Media - From blowing glass to shaping clay, the St. Petersburg Warehouse Arts District thrive as a haven for hundreds of local artists looking for a place to live, create and exhibit their work. (Continue reading)

  • 10 May 2013 5:54 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    Creative Loafing Tampa Bay - Flanked on the left by an art installation dubbed “TV Mountain” and on the right by stacks of completed canvases, Venture Compound founder Jesse Vance sits on a salvaged yellow couch and confidently states one of the goals of his multipurpose art space. (continue reading)

  • 10 May 2013 5:49 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    The Tampa Tribune - In what was once an industrial laundry house, Mark Aeling is putting the final touches on a towering likeness of Abraham Lincoln, top hat and all. Elsewhere in the artist's workshop, you'll find a life-sized version of a gopher tortoise, a hand with splayed fingers that will soon model jewelry for HSN and a drying cast of a monster truck hood. (continue reading)

  • 23 Jan 2013 5:55 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    Destination Tampa Bay - Turn right at the end of the chain link fence, past Ace Recycling but just before the strip mall. Don’t blink or you’ll miss the turn. Head back behind the white building, walk around the old paint cans and rusting machinery and you’re there. (continue reading)

  • 07 Jul 2012 6:00 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    Tampa Bay Times - Moving a business or gallery to the Warehouse Arts District seems to be a growing trend. The owners of Zen Glass Studios departed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street and moved to 600 27th St. S late last year. In February, Charlie Parker Pottery opened a 3,600 square foot space at 2724 Sixth Ave. S. Now, CrossFit9 is set to join them with its official grand opening at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at 2727 Sixth Ave. S. (continue reading)

  • 28 Apr 2012 6:01 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    10 News - The Downtown Partnership, working in conjunction with the artistic community and the City of St. Petersburg, has created movement for the designation of the city's Warehouse Arts District. (continue reading)

  • 26 Jan 2012 6:03 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    Tampa Bay Times - A gritty area west of downtown has been quietly growing as an arts neighborhood for several years and is working toward official status as the St. Petersburg Warehouse Arts District. (continue reading)

  • 28 Sep 2010 6:04 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    Tampa Bay Times - Animal, vegetable or mineral? Figuring out the actual names for all the spaces in Duncan McClellan's new dwelling is like playing that old guessing game. The popular, award-winning glass sculptor recently moved from Tampa to a 7,800-square-foot building in St. Petersburg. (continue reading)

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