Do It Today: The Florida Orchestra visits The [email protected], The Airborne Toxic Event, Compost: An Installation

Nicole Gugliotti, touted as the "sculptress in residence," presents Compost: An Installation, an exhibit of soda-fired porcelain depicting organic, amphibious objects, paired with small groups of insectine sculptures that crawl along the collection. On display through Oct. 10. Visit for more info. St. Petersburg Clay Company, 420 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg.

[image-1]A rather new (three-year-old) New Wave-flavored, gothic symphonic rock band from LA, The Airborne Toxic Event has been getting some pretty good press for their 2008 self-titled debut, which goes from despondent nostalgia about the girl who got away in "Sometime Around Midnight," to upbeat nostalgia about the girl who got away in "Gasoline." The Henry Clay People and Red Cortez open. (Photo by Marc Broussely, Tues., Oct. 6, 7 p.m. doors, State Theatre, 687 Central Ave., St. Petersburg, $16 in advance/$18 dos, -- Leilani Polk

The [email protected] has collaborated with more people than Kanye West, now teaming up with The Florida Orchestra for An Intimate Collaboration, an up-close, once-monthly, themed performance on the Studio's cozy stage. Tonight's entertainment is based on "Rhythms of Life," and includes a combo of "dance, song, rhythm, poetry and music" under the steady baton of conductor Stefan Sanderling, accompanied by rich, sultry-voiced mezzo-soprano, Jennifer Hines (pictured). Tues., Oct. 6, 7:30 p.m., The [email protected], 620 First Ave., S., St. Petersburg, $10,

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