Recital: Arts Administration Students
First Presbyterian Church, Tallahassee, Fl
Come hear the graduate students of FSU's arts administration program trade their desks and offices for instruments and the concert hall. They will be performing a variety of works from Handel to Piazzolla.
Mary Kelsay, (850)645-2894, firstname.lastname@example.org
Panhandle Archaeological Society at Tallahassee (PAST)
B. Calvin Jones Center for Archaeology at the Gov. Martin House, 1001 De Soto Park Dr., Tallahassee, FL 32301
Join us on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 7 P.M., as Hillary Conley and S. Andrew Wise present “Setting Phasers to Stun: An Introduction to the science of Portable X-ray Fluorescence and its applications in Archaeology” Increasingly archaeologists are finding ways to utilize portable x-ray fluorescence (PXRF). Originally developed for the on-site detection of metals and minerals, PXRF is a tool that uses targeted x-ray energy to detect an object’s elemental composition. We will examine the history and science behind PXRF and show real world examples of how this technology is used by archaeologists. Hillary Conley is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Classics at FSU and a museum technician at SEAC. Andrew Wise works in SEAC’s division of Archeological Collections and Information Management. PAST meetings are at the B. Calvin Jones Center for Archaeology at the Gov. Martin House, 1001 De Soto Park Dr., Tallahassee. De Soto Park Dr. is off Lafayette St. between Seminole Dr. and Myers Park Dr. Look for the PAST sign on Lafayette St. on the evening of the meeting.
Tom Baird, 850.671.3012, email@example.com
Season Your Palette with a Dash of Art Basel, Miami 2012/2013
FSU Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee
Artist DeDe Harter presents her experience/observations about this world-class art festival
Viki Thompson Wyler
17th Annual Rummage Sale
7:30 am - 2:00 pm CST
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement 17869 NW Pioneer Settlement Rd Blountstown, FL 32424
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement will be holding its 17th Annual Rummage Sale on Saturday, March 1, Tuesday, March 4, and Thursday through Saturday March 6-8. The gates will open at 7:30 am CDT and will close at at 2:00 pm CDT. This is the largest rummage sale in all of North Florida and has been enjoyed and eagerly anticipated by thousands throughout the years. We will have everything from clothes, collectibles, toys, furniture, to glassware, household goods, and tools. Most of the items will be in our beautifully restored 1942 Frink Gymnasium. The Settlement will have guided tours available for everyone who would like to learn about all the historical buildings we have here at the museum. If anyone would like more information please call Diane Watson at (850) 674-2777 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see one and all here.
Sketchcrawling @ the Museum Exhibit
Date: February 15th - April 20, 2014
Tallahassee Museum, 3945 Museum Dr., Tallahassee FL
Over 20 local artists will visit the Tallahassee Museum grounds in January to participate in a national “sketchcrawling” event. They will each sketch a variety of scenes and have their work displayed in the Phipps Gallery.
850-575-8684 ext 144
Tallahassee Museum Guest Animal: SunBear
January – April 2014
Tallahassee Museum, 3945 Museum Dr., Tallahassee, FL
Exotic animals from around the world visit the Museum for one to two seasons. The Guest Animal program invites the public to learn about exotic animals from various regions of the planet. Our zoological staff helps contrast and compare the exotics with the indigenous animals that live in the Museum’s natural-habitat zoological area. The indigenous animals include endangered species such as Florida panthers and red wolves. Learn to appreciate all these creatures and how to help protect the habitats on which they depend.
850-575-8684 ext 144
Choosing to Participate
August 28, 2013- August 10, 2014
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum welcomes a new temporary exhibition to be on display August 27th, 2013 through August 10th, 2014. The exhibit, Choosing To Participate, highlights stories of community activists whose local impact has lead to larger national awareness about the importance of equality in civic communities.
Choosing To Participate was developed through the partnership of Facing History and Ourselves and the Smithsonian Institute Travel Exhibition Service. The exhibit features 11 posters that explore the impact civic engagement and illustrate the power individuals can have in enacting wider social change through four key points of individual action: Choose Dialogue, Choose Respect, Choose Engagement, and Choose to Participate.
The exhibit will also feature several other civic organizations in the State of Florida that focus on civic education and providing students with opportunities to be active participants in the civic communities of Florida.