Two decades and nearly 20 visiting artists have made the UT Scarfone/Hartley Gallery's studios one of the most stimulating spots to see internationally recognized art in an intimate setting. Studio-F is a retrospective of monoprints by the artists (including Audrey Flack, Joyce J. Scott and Sam Gilliam) who've contributed not only their craft, but also their knowledge, via gallery talks and workshops, over the years. (Pictured: "Obama & Saint Martin" by Joyce J. Scott, 2008.) Opening reception Thurs., Jan. 28, 7-9 p.m., on display through Feb. 25, R.K. Bailey Art Studios, University of Tampa, 310 N. Boulevard, Tampa, visit ut.edu or contact Dorothy Cowden at [email protected] or 813-253-6217 for more info.
In 837 Venice Boulevard, choreographer Faye Driscoll creates a scene that revisits her childhood, in which three dancers manipulate each other like puppets, examining the construct of self-identity. Contact [email protected] or 813-253-7695 for more info. Jan. 28-30, 7:30 p.m. Thurs.-Sat., HCC Ybor Performing Arts Building, Tampa, $10, free for HCC students, faculty and staff.
After the break: meet Serge. A Storms creator Tim Dorsey, USF's Gangs of Central America forum, Rabbit Hole at the Palm Harbor Library, and a Homebuyers Symposium.