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Museum of Fine Arts ‘Art of the Stage’ performance schedule

Bill DeYoung

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Here is the full schedule of performances for the exhibition Art of the Stage: Picasso to Hockney at the Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg.

Saturday, January 25

11am-12pm, Live Sketching with the Sarasota Ballet Conservatory, Free with Admission

 

Sunday, January 26

12-4pm, The Florida Orchestra Takeover, Free with Admission

 

Thursday, January 30

7-8:30pm, Cinema at the MFA presents: Make More Noise!, Free with Admission

 

Friday, January 31

11am- 12:30pm, Cinema at the MFA presents: Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, Free with Admission

 

Saturday, February 1

11am-12:30pm, Cutting Edge, with Philomena Marano (studio assistant to artist Robert Indiana), Free with Admission

 

Wednesday, February 5

2-4pm, The Florida Orchestra Performs, Free with Admission

 

Thursday, February 6

6-8pm, Process is Product modern dance residency with Open/Space Collective, Free with Admission

6:30-7pm & 7:30 -8pm, Ashley Thunder: Opera in the Gallery, Free with Admission

 

Monday, February 11

2-3pm, Designing the Stage with MFA Curator Katherine Pill, $10 plus admission

 

Wednesday, February 12

10-11am, Coffee Talk: Dora Maar – Picasso, the Drama and the Tears, Free with Admission

 

Thursday, February 20

5-7pm, Process is Product modern dance residency with Open/Space Collective, Free with Admission

 

Friday, February 21

7-9pm, Sphinx Virtuosi at the MFA: For Justice and Peace, $20 or $10 for students

One of the nation’s most dynamic professional chamber orchestras, comprised of 18 top Black and Latinx classical soloists.

 

Saturday, February 22

2-3:30pm, Cinema at the MFA presents: Make More Noise!, Free with Admission

 

Thursday, February 27

6-7:30pm, Cinema at the MFA presents: Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, Free with Admission

 

Saturday, February 29

11am-12pm, Live Sketching with the Sarasota Ballet Conservatory, Free with Admission

1-2pm, Opera Through the Ages with St. Pete Opera, Free with Admission

 

Thursday, March 5

6:30-7pm & 7:30-8pm, Ashley Thunder: Opera in the Gallery, Free with Admission

 

Saturday, March 7

11am-12:30pm, Cutting Edge, with Philomena Marano (studio assistant to artist Robert Indiana), Free with Admission

2-3pm, Opera Through the Ages with St. Pete Opera, Free with Admission

 

Sunday, March 8

2-3pm, Curating Votes for Women: African-American Women in the Suffrage Movement – Parrish Lecture Series, Free with Admission

 

Wednesday, March 11

10-11am, Coffee Talk: Catherine the Great – Theatre Arts and Authority, Free with Admission

 

Thursday, March 12

6-7pm, Opera Through the Ages with St. Pete Opera, Free with Admission

 

Thursday, March 19

7-7:30pm, Susan Hellman and Charlotte Johnson opera & dance performance, Free with Admission

Pulling from the works of two trailblazing women artists (Natalia Gontcharova and Gertrude Stein) this multi-disciplinary program celebrates the artistic and political strides each made during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

 

Friday, March 20

7-9:30pm, Re-Creation of the World: Escape Velocity, Free with Admission

Six amazing composers will each write a companion piece that corresponds to one of the six sections of Milhaud’s Creation du Monde, crafting a new narrative of the “creation of the world” that reflects a contemporary worldview.

 

Saturday, March 21

3-3:30pm, Susan Hellman and Charlotte Johnson opera & dance performance, Free with Admission

 

Wednesday, April 1- Wednesday, April 8

Various times – Andrea Assaf Residency with final performance on April 9, Free with Admission

Poet and theatre-maker Andrea Assaf will be in residence, creating new work that responds to pieces in Art of the Stage: Picasso to Hockney.

 

Thursday, April 2

6:30-7pm & 7:30-8pm, Ashley Thunder: Opera in the Gallery, Free with Admission

 

Wednesday, April 8

10-11am, Coffee Talk: Sarah Bernhardt – The Art of the Theater, Free with Admission

 

Thursday, April 9

7:00pm Andrea Assaf Final Performance, Free with Admission

 

Saturday, April 11

11am-12:30pm, Cutting Edge, with Philomena Marano (studio assistant to artist Robert Indiana), Free with Admission

 

Sunday, April 12

2-3:30pm, Cinema at the MFA presents: Make More Noise!, Free with Admission

 

Wednesday, April 15

8-9pm, Pinellas County Center for the Arts Performs: Putting it Together, Free with Admission

Putting It Together is a series of scenes and songs, many pulled from pieces in Art of the Stage, using two or more students who have the common goal of having their voices heard and make art happen.

 

Thursday, April 16

5-7pm, Process is Product modern dance residency with Open/Space Collective, Free with Admission

 

Friday, April 17

Dusk-9:30pm, La Lucha performs to film screening of Aelita, Queen of Mars in Straub Park, Free with Admission

 

Saturday, April 18

Dusk-9:30pm, La Lucha performs to film screening of Aelita, Queen of Mars in Straub Park, Free with Admission

 

Thursday, April 23

6-7pm, Cinema at the MFA presents: Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes, Free with Admission

 

Saturday, April 25

11am-12pm, Live Sketching with the Sarasota Ballet Conservatory, Free with Admission

 

Saturday, May 2

2-4pm, Process is Product modern dance residency with Open/Space Collective, Free with Admission

 

Thursday, May 7

6:30-7pm & 7:30-8pm, Ashley Thunder: Opera in the Gallery, Free with Admission

 

Saturday, May 9

11am-12:30pm, Cutting Edge, with Philomena Marano (studio assistant to artist Robert Indiana), Free with Admission

 

Sunday, May 10

Exhibition closes 5pm

 

MFA website.

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