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Winners from Sarasota, Bradenton and all around the world were honored at a reception Tuesday evening at the Ringling College of Art + Design for Embracing Our Differences art exhibit.
"Ethel" wins audience award for Best Documentary Feature while jurors select "Big Boys Gone Bananas!" for best documentary feature.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
South Village Gallery recently opened a new walking garden maze to help promote the Village
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Schools, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
The annual "Embracing Our Differences" exhibit at Island Park features artwork and quotes from local students celebrating diversity.
A free panel exploring the works of women in film will be held April 20 at State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota.
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