October isn't even here yet and it's already getting crazy. There's a lot going on and it can be over whelming, so let's break it down:
#1 On Friday October 2nd at the Gallery, art presents: cumbas:echeverry:torres and 5by5 a fundraiser featuring affordable small works on paper. 7pm -10pm.
In the main gallery : art presents cumbas:echeverry:torres a three-person exhibition Featuring recent works from Tampa-based artists Edgar Sanchez Cumbas, Satiago Echeverry and Alex Torres. This exhibition will debut at Gallery art in West Tampa located in the Old Santaella Cigar Factory on the second floor-Suite 210.
In the reception area for one night only: 5by5 a fundraiser featuring small works on paper for under $20. Pick-up pieces from some of your favorite Tampa standards including Allen Hampton, Rebecca Skelton, Tyler Jopek, April Childers, Jenyffer Moreno, Justin Nelson, Mark Martinez, Stephanie Rivera, Kurt Piazza, Joe Griffith, Kym O'Donnell and more.
#2 On Saturday October 3rd at the Cuban Club in Ybor City art presents: A Tampa-based feature film, Goodbye Victoria, will premiere at the Cuban Club in Ybor City on October 3rd at 6:00pm, hosted by art. The film will also screen at Chashama Film Festival in Manhattan later in the month, screen at Gallery 25 in Fresno, CA in January 2010, and then go on to other venues. Directed by Diran Lyons and Matthew Potter, much of the film was shot in downtown Tampa, Ybor City, and other recognizable bay area locations.
Also taking place that evening, just prior to the premiere of the film at the Cuban Club, the Sleep of Reason Cinema Series will present a film short. In the Cuban Club lobby, art will host a one-night exhibition featuring black and white poster prints. $5 at the door. The Cuban Club will have their bar open.
#3 Also on Saturday October 3rd at The Crowbar art presents: The GOODBYE VICTORIA after-party featuring DJFuego, November Foxtrot Whiskey and Guests. art will host a one-night exhibition featuring additional black and white poster prints. $5 at the door.
AND DON"T FORGET Sleep of Reason Cinema Series at the gallery on the 8th.