Tag: art

Acting & Improv Class for Middle School

Students will explore performing in a nurturing environment that promotes imagination and individuality. Through comedy, drama, and improvisation, students will create characters and scenes for stage and screen. The class will increase skills in public speaking, presentations, and performances, perfect for building creativity, self-esteem, and confidence. The curriculum is individualized to each actor to challenge […]

Acting Class for High School

This acting class for high school is fun for the beginning actor and the practicing performer. Geared toward the demanding expectations of high school students while providing a creative outlet. Students will study character development, script analysis, improv, speech, diction, and audition techniques. Each session students will be coached individually to build on strengths and […]

“Non-linear” Solo Exhibit at the Carrollwood Cultural Center

“Non-linear” Solo Exhibit at the Carrollwood Cultural Center

Tampa-based abstract artist, Mark A. Lembo, will display a collection of his artwork in his first solo exhibit, “Non-linear,” in the Corridor Gallery at the Carrollwood Cultural Center beginning Friday, November 4, 2022. The artworks will range from those created in Southern California beginning in 2006 through those created in Tampa in 2022. Mark’s unique […]

Acting Class for Elementary School Students: Story, Rhythm & Rhyme

A fun time for the young performer while exploring new stories, songs, rhymes, and movement each week. A great class to learn social skills and build self-confidence while creating fun performances. Students will develop characters through storytelling, singing, musical instruments, and movement while learning practical developmental skills—the perfect class to encourage and foster creativity and […]

Acting Classes for Elementary School: Story, Rhythm & Rhyme

A fun time for the young performer while exploring new stories, songs, rhymes, and movement each week. A great class to learn social skills and build self-confidence while creating fun performances. Students will develop characters through storytelling, singing, musical instruments, and movement while learning practical developmental skills—the perfect class to encourage and foster creativity and […]

Photography Basics: Learn, Practice, Create.

Photography Basics: Learn, Practice, Create.

This 4-hour workshop is limited to very small groups, with personal attention for each attendee. The course is designed to provide the students with a sound knowledge of how to operate their cameras for both solid technical results, as well as creative applications. This class is based on multiple lecture presentations as well as extensive […]

The Eternal Present, solo exhibition by Lucia Riffel

The Eternal Present, solo exhibition by Lucia Riffel

APRIL 22 – MAY 27, 2022 (Tuesdays & Thursdays 10am-2pm) OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, APRIL 22 @ 7-9PM 4220 N. FLORIDA AVE. Tempus Projects presents a solo exhibition by Lucia Riffel in partnership with Dashboard, an Atlanta-based nonprofit arts agency. Lucia’s work leads viewers to the place between their minds and their screens, between space and […]