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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

Antiquities Circle Lecture: The Red and the Black

In this Antiquities Circle lecture, Dr. Delphine Tonglet, Assistant Curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, explores the vast networks between the Phoenicians, Etruscans, Greeks and others during the first millennium BCE. Though not the only type of goods exchanged—and certainly not the most important—pottery exported to Etruria, especially Corinthian and Attic black- and red-figure vases, is the most striking and famous witness of this context. For decades, scholarship analyzed this relation, its economic, artistic and cultural impact from a predominant Greek perspective, considering the Etruscan cities as a mere receptor of an acculturating Greek civilization. Bearing in mind Joseph Veach Noble’s interest for pottery techniques and starting from some of his collected pieces, this talk will place the focus on some striking cases of mutual inspiration between Etruria and Greece, focusing on the black and red-and-black appearance of the vases.
Tampa Museum of Art

Yoga in the Park

Yoga in the Park is back! Join us for Yoga in the Park every Sunday from 6-7 pm, instructed by Latonyia Sumpter with Empowered Wellbeing! This class is located in Curtis Hixon Park, welcomes all
Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

Rumble Boxing in the Park

Grab your sneakers and a friend to join us outside for a 45-minute workout consisting of body weight exercises and shadow boxing! We will work through 6 rounds while you push your body, improving both
Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

Zumba in the Park

Join us for Zumba in the Park every Tuesday, from 6 – 7PM! This Latin-inspired dance and a cardio workout will be held in Curtis Hixon Park near the fountains.
Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

Barre in the Park

Join us for Barre in the Park every Wednesday from 6-7pm, instructed by The Bar Method.   Founded in 2001, The Bar Method is scientifically proven to be safe and effective by physical therapists and
Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

Public Engagement Meeting – TMA Expansion Plans: Community Benefits

Join us at the Tampa Museum of Art on May 23rd at 5:30pm for a public meeting to explore our redevelopment plans! We’re excited to discuss our 51,000-sq.ft. expansion and an 80,000-sq. ft. site redevelopment at Curtis Hixon Park. This project will enhance the Riverwalk connection at Cass St., introduce outdoor sculpture areas, and extend our terrace into a lively public area with a café. Learn about our new art education and exhibition spaces, including digital spaces, auditorium, culinary arts program, and more. Your feedback at this meeting will help shape downtown Tampa’s cultural future! We want to hear from you! Guests will be asked to complete a brief survey after the meeting so that we can gather important community feedback. RSVP is required. This meeting is being held in conjunction with the Downtown River Arts Neighborhood Association. https://tampamuseum.org/event/public-engagement-meeting-tma-expansion-plans-community-benefits/
Tampa Museum of Art

Pilates in the Park

Rev up your weekend with Pilates in the Park every Thursday 6-7pm, hosted by BODYBAR Pilates. Just bring your own mat and be ready for a fun and energizing core-focused workout!  
Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

Very Eric Carle Exhibit at Glazer Children’s Museum

25 May - 08 September
This exhibit brings to life Carle’s love of nature, his respect for the emotional lives of children, and his recurring themes of friendship, creativity, and the power of imagination. It reimagines the boundaries between the images on a page and the natural world that inspired them, encouraging visitors to explore Carle’s themes and think a little deeper about hope, hard work, love, belonging, and persistence.
Glazer Children's Museum
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