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Carrabelle Culture Crawl dishes up art, music, food this weekend

The Carrabelle History Museum is hosting the Carrabelle Culture Crawl from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, March 19. This free cultural event is a celebration of the amazing art, music, history, food, and fun that Carrabelle has to offer. 

The Carrabelle History Museum will bring a variety of live music to the streets of Carrabelle, with folk, classic country, modern, and favorite oldies. Musicians include banjo player Frank Lindamood, Lewis Christie and Jack Zurawka on keyboard, Andy’s Gang, and Kevin Andrew and the talented young students of Rockulla Music School. 

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A Mister Rogers and John Waters mashup? Two Thangs shows pop culture art at AS220

Providence is well known for its vibrant arts scene, from its galleries and museums to the colorful murals on the sides of buildings. One recent transplant is bringing his unique pop-art vision to downtown in a show at AS220.

Matthew Brennan IV, who creates his art under the name Two Thangs, will show his work through March 26 at the exhibit “Voices Speaking Loudly,” the first show at AS220 since the pandemic hit two years ago.

The name Two Thangs comes from Brennan’s mashup concept, which combines two elements of pop culture, whether it’s the TV shows “Bob’s Burgers” and “Twin Peaks,” journalist and author Hunter S. Thompson with a lion, or a snail on a banana. The inspiration comes from conversations he has with folks and what they’d like to see in a work of art.

Artist Matthew Brennan IV, who paints under the name Two Thangs, poses with "A Filthy Day in the Neighborhood," a mashup of director John Waters and Mister Rogers, at a show in Boston.

Artist Matthew Brennan IV, who paints under the name Two Thangs,

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Harwood Art Center event features three exhibits, hands-on art making and more

Deconstructed rug, Linda Montagnoli.

Seventh and eighth grade students at Escuela del Sol Montessori have been working hard creating a project.

This project isn’t like any other, as the students are creating it to become part of Harwood Art Center’s upcoming exhibition called, “Encompass: An All Ages Art Celebration At Harwood.”

The exhibit begins Monday, March 7, and runs through April 14. There will be a community celebration set for April 2.

According to Jordyn Bernicke, associate director of engagement at Harwood Art Center, “Encompass” is an all- ages art celebration and Harwood’s capstone celebration of the year, featuring three exhibitions, hands-on art making projects, music and food trucks.

The exhibit is both a reflection of and an offering to our community, she says.

The projects include:

• “(re)conceive: works of reclamation” – A group exhibition that deconstructs and reconstructs notions of social order – particularly investigating norms of domesticity,

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Things to do and see (most free) at Art Detour

Get ready for ‘Art Detour,’ Arizona’s month-long celebration of art.

The event’s gala Art d’Core is tagged as “the art and culture party of the year” by Phoenix’s Artlink Inc. — and there are good reasons that just might be the case.

The 31 days of festivities — hosted by the founders of Phoenix’s First Friday — features more than 300 arts events and exhibitions across the Valley, including  ArtLink’s 9th annual Art d’Core Gala and exhibitions at galleries across the state. Others events include the Oak Street Mural Festival off of 16th Street, the World Champion Hoop Dance Contest hosted by the Heard Museum and The Garment League’s On Central Fashion + Art Weekend.

“Art Detour is truly a celebration of the full breadth and depth of the arts and culture community,” ArtLink Inc. CEO and President Catrina Kahler said.

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