Event: Arts + Culture

Art on the House

21 March - 25 July
Every Thursday from 4 to 8 pm, the Tampa Museum of Art offers Art on the House where admission prices change to pay-as-you-will, and visitors choose whatever admission price they want to pay. Bring the family and celebrate 100 years of art in Tampa with exhibitions that emphasize ancient, modern, and contemporary art. Beginning at 4 pm every Thursday, walk up to the Welcome Desk and tell the Visitor Experience and Engagement Representatives the admission price you chose to pay for your visit to the museum. Any donation amount is welcome
Tampa Museum of Art

Downtown Tampa Walking Tour

Discover Tampa’s past as you stroll through historic districts on this Downtown Tampa walking tour. From its humble beginnings as a 19th-century military outpost, Tampa has evolved into a bustling hub of commerce.
Lykes Gaslight Square Park

CITY: Fashion+Art+Culture featuring Carolina Herrera

The Tampa Museum of Art and Saks Fifth Avenue are delighted to announce TMA’s most anticipated fashion event of the year, CITY: Fashion+Art+Culture, taking place on Saturday, April 20, 2024. Now in its thirteenth year, this signature event spotlights the iconic designs of Carolina Herrera, showcasing the world-renowned luxury fashion house’s distinct blend of classic elegance and modern sophistication. Guests attending CITY will be treated to an exclusive runway show featuring Carolina Herrera’s latest collection. Known for impeccable designs that have graced red carpets and royal events worldwide, the brand is a symbol of timeless elegance. The designs are a perfect complement to the Museum’s approach of presenting innovative and engaging art forms. CITY: Fashion+Art+Culture is made possible thanks to the generous support of the presenting sponsor, the Vinik Family Foundation. The vision for CITY 2024 is brought to life by the collective efforts of co-chairs Mary Crino and Vera Reilly, the Tampa Museum of Art and Saks Fifth Avenue. Proceeds from the event support the Museum’s educational programs and exhibitions, which are integral to nurturing accessible learning experiences for children, teens, and adults in the region.
Tampa Museum of Art

Andrés Cepeda

Andrés Cepeda seemed to know his calling early on. He began studying piano at age 5 and wrote his first composition at 12. First as a member of Latin-rock group Poligamia and then as a solo artist, Cepeda has racked up hit after hit as well as several Latin Grammy® nominations. He’s also been a coach on Colombian television’s La Voz (The Voice) for nearly a decade.
Straz Center for the Performing Arts

If I Cry

04 - 05 May
A journey through the mind of Frida Kahlo
David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts

Heroes: A Video Game Symphony

What’s a hero’s journey without appropriately heroic music to accompany it? Heroes: A Video Game Symphony features a live orchestra performing music from epic video games such as Castlevania, Metal Gear Solid, Starfield, The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, God of War, Mass Effect, Final Fantasy, Journey, Portal 2 and The Last of Us with scenes from the games projected onto a huge screen. Step away from the console and step into a new sensory take on video games.
Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Kathy Griffin

Kathy Griffin’s take-no-prisoners comedy has earned her a large and devoted following, and plenty of detractors as well. That’s to be expected. She delights in skewering the foibles and hypocrisy of public figures, be they celebrities or politicians. Do not bring the children. Do not repeat her jokes at work. But definitely make plans to see her live and enjoy an evening of outraged and outrageous hilarity.
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
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