Do This: St. Pete arts Saturday — Artists of Historic Kenwood Studio Tour & PATTERNS by Chad Mize

St. Pete is the place for local-art fans, with a couple of worthwhile events.

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Do This: St. Pete arts Saturday — Artists of Historic Kenwood Studio Tour & PATTERNS by Chad Mize


Artists of Historic Kenwood Studio Tour
Sat., March 5, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Historic Kenwood, St. Pete. kenwoodartistenclave.org/studio-tours/

PATTERNS by Chad Mize

Sat., March 5, 7 p.m.
The Blue Goose, 48 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. St. N.
St. Pete. chadmize.com


Spend your entire Saturday experiencing St. Pete art and meeting the folks that make it, all within a couple of square miles. First up, Grand Central District-abutting Historic Kenwood celebrates being designated a “Neighborhood of the Arts” with the Artists of Historic Kenwood Studio Tour, a walking tour of the area that includes nine residential studios showcasing the work of 20 Kenwood artists, running the gamut from painting and photography to pottery, sculpture and jewelry.

After ambling through one of the ‘Burg’s coolest ‘hoods, head down to EDGE District watering hole The Blue Goose for a beverage and the opening of PATTERNS, the newest exhibition from beloved St. Pete creator Chad “Chizzy” Mize (pictured: “FUN,” digital on wood).

Both events are free.

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