CENTRAL-COCOANUT HISTORIC DISTRICT
Central Creative Commons is located in what is known as the Central-Cocoanut Historic District of Sarasota, on the northern fringe of the Rosemary Arts District. You didn’t know about the Central-Cocoanut Historic District? Neither did we until I did some investigative photo-footwork and located these boundary markers. “The district is along Cocoanut Avenue, between 11th and 22nd Streets to the south and north, and between Tamiami Trail and the railroad tracks to the west and east (Wikipedia).” Central-Cocoanut Historic District was designated in 2005.
Many of you are familiar with the two orange and green buildings at 1330-1340 Central Avenue which houses the studios of painters, photographers, mixed-media, sculpture/ceramics, design, and more!
Announcing OUR • FIRST • 2018 • OPEN • STUDIOS:
When Saturday, January 27, 2018
Time 10 am to 4 pm
Location 1330 – 1340 Central Avenue between 13th & 14th Streets, Sarasota 34236.
Multiple painters and photographers will be participating.
January 27 participating artists include: Lucy Barber, Wayne Eastep, Brandy Eiger, Kathy Wright.
Artists will open their studios. We’re planning regular monthly open studios; you’ll have multiple opportunities to stop by, meet the artists, experience exciting art in professional artists’ studios, see what’s new and see what’s changing in the creative realms. The public is invited and it’s free.
Artists in the Central Creative Commons include:
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Thank you Gary, would love to have you here.
Sounds like a good move all around. Sending all good wishes. Hoping to get over your way before long.