Katherine Kearney wanted to give artists a venue — those who might not otherwise find a space for their unknown, outsider or new work. Unschooled artists, young photographers and newly formed theater groups will be given slots if one is available. The rented storefront building in Tampa Heights has hosted a refreshing calendar of arts in its inaugural year. Kearney doesn’t round up the usual suspects, and that is appreciated. 2929 N. 15th St., Tampa, 813-241-6939. -Mary Mulhern

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