Artsqueeze Weekend Roundup, Nov. 7-9

5:30-9 p.m. – Second Saturday Gallery Walk in St. Pete. Local venues remain open late including The Arts Center, Florida Craftsmen and Artlofts (above Florida Craftsmen), which showcases holiday ornaments by resident studio artists to benefit Hospice.


10 a.m.-6 pm. – Handmade Holiday Bazaar at Fiberologie, St. Petersburg.

Megan Voeller is Creative Loafing’s visual art critic. She teaches at the University of Tampa and The Art Institute of Tampa, edits the weekly online newsletter of CreativeTampaBay and blogs at

Late-breaking weekend roundup so you can get your art on.


6-10 p.m. – Mind the Gap, a one-night exhibit and fundraiser for the Ellis-VanPelt Santaella Cigar Factory at 1906 N Armenia Ave (home to the West Tampa Center for the Arts, 5[art] and Three04). Additional information available at and

7-9 p.m. – Opening reception for Stranger Things, a exhibit of sculpture by USF undergrad Matthew Schlagbaum at Centre Gallery.


12-5 p.m. – Make Art Not War Workshop with artists Diana Leavengood and Marina Williams. Learn how to make artists’ books, recyclable art, jewelry, artists’ trading cards and more. Attendees may display their work at artPOOL’s next art party (Nov. 29) free of charge.

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