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September 2016

Cuban artist's mural helps lobby for consulate

St. Petersburg is continuing its push to be the first U.S. city with a Cuban consulate.City leaders are showcasing the art work of a famous Cuban artist in an effort to warm up to the nation’s government.

Michel Mirabal is known internationally; his work being featured by U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry

Mirabal usually uses flags as a centerpiece for his work. He is working on a mural in St. Pete’s warehouse art district, which will be completed Friday, and features a coming together of the American and Cuban flags.  (continue reading)

June 2016


On the second Saturday of each month, over 40 art galleries, collections and museums open their doors to the public. Walk, ride the trolley and peruse the unique arts scene that can only be found in St. Petersburg, FL! Video created by Visit St. Pete Clearwater.

September 2015

St. Petersburg Artist and Warehouse Arts District member, Carrie Jadus discusses the meaning behind her mural on the side of the Genius Central Building (located at 2232 5th Avenue S., St. Pete, FL 33712) and why she chose Nikola Tesla as the Genius.

Carrie and her team of all female artists painted the mural on the Genius Central building in the Warehouse Arts District to kick off the Shine Mural Festival, SPF15, and to showcase at the Art Inspired event on Sept 18, 2015 during the 5th Annual St. Pete Art & Fashion week.

October 2015

Our non-profit association has purchased 50,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space in order to renovate them into art studios of all disciplines as well as community educational spaces. We have a waiting list of more than 150 artists, from Florida and beyond, ready to move in but right now the usable space is empty.

Become part of our team to renovate these studios. You can make art happen! Your support will have life-changing impact on artists and the arts community as a whole for years to come.

November 2014

Typically, artists get priced out of their workplaces again and again after they have redeveloped a rundown, inexpensive area.  In St. Petersburg, FL we have an opportunity to solve that problem by providing sustainable, affordable studios within a complex for 50+ artists working and selling their art.  The nonprofit Warehouse Arts District Association can acquire 50,000 sq. ft. of easily renovated warehouse space. To acquire it, we must raise funds for the down-payment by mid-December, 2014.  That's where you come in. Become a part of this life-changing opportunity for artists, and help create a model for cities across the country! 
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