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Dalí to inspire memoir writing, Beach Art Center to host show, Woodson Museum to light tree


Let dalÍ inspire persistence of your memories

Margo Hammond, former book editor of the St. Petersburg Times and founder of the Creative Late Bloomers blog, will conduct a workshop using Dalí paintings and writings as catalysts for memoir writing from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday at the Dalí Museum, 1 Dalí Blvd. (Bayshore Drive at Fifth Avenue SE). After studying the paintings in class, participants will be encouraged to refine childhood memories and transform them into a story — just as Dalí did on canvas and on paper. $65; $55 for Dalí Museum members.


Holiday show and sale open to artists

The Beach Art Center's "Home for the Holidays" Open Holiday Show and Sale offers artists the opportunity to exhibit and sell their best work from Friday to Jan. 6. Works will be priced to sell and will offer unique holiday gift giving opportunities. The opening reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday and will feature a cookout. Bring a dish to share. Email, visit or call (727) 596-4331. The Beach Art Center is at 1515 Bay Palm Blvd.


Woodson museum to light up tree

Carolers lead the lighting of the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum's tree in the Legacy Garden at 6:30 p.m. today. The museum is also decorated with an array of Christmas trees, lights, black Santas and angels. Free. The museum is at 2240 Ninth Ave. S, just off 22nd Street S. For information, call (727) 323-1104 or visit

Dalí to inspire memoir writing, Beach Art Center to host show, Woodson Museum to light tree 12/03/11 [Last modified: Saturday, December 3, 2011 3:30am]
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