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  • 23 Nov 2015 4:30 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    November 23, 2015
    For Immediate Release
    Please Contact:  Mary Jane Park, 727.826.7211, maryjane@whereartismade.com


     The Warehouse Arts District Association Hosts No-Agenda Artists Party


    St. Petersburg, FL. – Warehouse Arts District It’s a free party!

    The Warehouse Arts District Association will host a no-agenda, no-cost, no-strings-attached party from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 3, at the ArtsXchange, 515 22nd St. S.

    Join the association and the St. Pete Arts Alliance in celebrating creators from all mediums: visual, literary and performing. It’s a networking event for artists and others; dress is casual, as the site is an industrial property.

    Highlights will include samples from the Maggie on the Move food truck; beer, wine and nonalcoholic beverages; and a DJ. In-kind sponsors are Mastry’s Brewing, the Amsterdam and Cheers! Events.

    RSVP online

    About the Warehouse Arts District

    The Warehouse Arts District Association is a 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization devoted to: (i) furnishing affordable studio space to artists of every medium; (ii) providing opportunities for interaction between the public and the St. Petersburg community of artists; (iii) promoting cultural growth and diversity of all art forms in St. Pete; and (iv) providing art educational opportunities to the public.  Founded in 2012, the Warehouse Arts District Association membership includes artists, galleries, art suppliers and supporters who believe that the Warehouse Arts District of St. Petersburg can become a special destination for the arts.

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  • 08 Jun 2015 3:05 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    That Business Show with Jaime Meloni [Video] - Learn about the Arts scene & renaissance going on in Tampa Bay with Mark Aeling, Warehouse Arts District Board President.

  • 19 May 2015 4:16 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    From 83 Degrees Media by Kendra Langlie - Big picture problem: Artists and the arts they create often serve as a catalyst for economic and urban development. Yet a cyclical phenomenon occurs in cities nationwide whereby rents soar and artists can no longer afford the very neighborhoods they helped develop. (continue reading)

  • 12 Apr 2015 6:23 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    From Creative Loafing by Melanie Wiesen - Within the concrete walls of warehouse spaces near downtown St. Petersburg, visual artists, photographers, sculptors, glass blowers and woodworkers exist in a constant state of creation. It is a creativity which (refreshingly enough) is being supported by the community in a huge way. (continue reading)

  • 06 Mar 2015 3:50 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    News Channel 10 - From Sundial to the high-rise condos on Beach Drive, St. Petersburg is already a hub of development. Now, the city is investing big money into the arts: $200,000 to be exact. (continue reading)

  • 02 Mar 2015 3:53 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    Tampa Bay Business Journal - During a gala fundraiser at Rococo Steak on Friday night, St. Petersburg' Warehouse Arts District Association unveiled the new name and logo for its $1.1 million arts hub project. The event also generated nearly $184,000 in contributions from local supporters of the arts. (continue reading)

  • 28 Feb 2015 3:59 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    Press Release - Warehouse Arts District Association moving quickly with grand plan to further define the City of St. Petersburg as world renowned arts destination. (continue reading)

  • 28 Feb 2015 3:55 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    St. Petersburg Tribune - From the street, this collection of old warehouses looks like a sprawling hodgepodge of concrete, overgrown shrubs and rusting metal. But with the backing of a deep pool of donors and an army of zealous volunteers, the 50,000-square foot complex on St. Petersburg’s south side is about to begin a transformation into a creative haven for painters, woodworkers, glass blowers and photographers.  (continue reading)

  • 29 Jan 2015 4:21 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

    Tampa Bay Times - It's not just artists who see the potential of the Warehouse Arts District. A Polish vodka distillery, a high-tech company, a custom furniture maker and a real estate investor who spent $1.7 million buying up property last year see it too. (continue reading)

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