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  1. Carol Davis' "Paul Is Dead" is part of the "Conspiracy" exhibition featured online at chadmize.com. [Courtesy of Chad Mize]
  2. With almost all their upcoming gigs canceled or postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mark Etherington, left, and Jun Bustamante perform for an audience of one — Etherington's dog Cherokee — as they rehearse in Etherington's St. Petersburg apartment. [JAY CRIDLIN  |  Tampa Bay Times]
  3. The David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts in Tampa is closed until April 19. [DENNIS JOYCE  |  Times]
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  5. Three of artist Nick Cave's Soundsuits. Watch the documentary "As Is by Nick Cave" on Amazon Prime Video. [Courtesy of Nick Cave]
  6. The Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg is temporarily closed due to the coronavirus.
  7. A detail from Howie Tsui's video projection, "Retainers of Anarchy," opening at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota on March 15. [Courtesy of Rachel Topham]
  8. Kelli Freeman, Jessica Smith and Mary Murphy pose as World War II icon "Rosie the Riveter" during a rally. [PAUL CONNORS  |  AP]
  9. Louisa Chases's "Cloudburst" will be featured at the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art in Tarpon Springs for the Woman-Made Printmaking Festival on March 7. [Courtesy of the Louisa Chase Estate]
  10. People browse art installations for the new exhibition, "Art of the Stage: Picasso to Hockney" at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg. [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE  |  Times]
  11. Gregory Siff works on a 26-foot-tall mural at Hyde House in Tampa. Siff is in residency at Cass Contemporary, which will culminate in a solo exhibition opening Feb. 28. [TOBIN GREEN  |  Courtesy of Cass Contemporary]
  12. Meaghan Farrell Scalise's "Head First II" was chosen as the featured image for the Gasparilla Festival of the Arts, which will return to Tampa this weekend. [Courtesy of Gasparilla Festival of the Arts]
  1. Graciela Iturbide's 1986 photograph, "Fiesta de las Velas, Juchitan,Oaxaca," is on display in the Tampa Museum of Art's "Modern Women: Modern Vision" exhibition, opening Feb. 20, 2020. [Courtesy of the Tampa Museum of Art]
  2. Linda Jablonski, 61, of South Pasadena, visits the "Let Me Be Myself: The Life Story of Anne Frank" exhibit at the Florida Holocaust Museum and tries out the virtual reality experience of Anne Frank's "Secret Annex." [CORTNEY LESOVOY  |  Special to the Times]
  3. "Black Figure Skyphos (Drinking Cup)," part of the Tampa Museum of Art's permanent collection, is on display in the exhibition "The Making of a Museum: 100 Years, 100 Works." [Courtesy of the Tampa Museum of Art.]
  4. Kirk Ke Wang's exhibition, "Landscape of Human Skins," is on display at the Morean Arts Center through Feb. 29. [Courtesy of Kirk Ke Wang]
  5. Local Tampa artist, Nathan Mitchell, plays the piano in his home studio in Brandon. Mitchell is among five artists nominated for "Outstanding Jazz Album" for the 51st NAACP Image Awards that will air live on Feb. 22 on BET. [MONIQUE WELCH  |  MONIQUE WELCH | Times]
  6. "Birds of Prey" stars Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn. [Claudette Barius/DC Comics]
  7. A piece of glass art from Petr Hora, whose last show on American soil happens at the Hampson Gallery in St. Petersburg on Feb. 8. [Courtesy of Hampson Gallery]
  8. Changing Woman, a copper plate etching and copper plate by the late artist Helen Hardin, is part of the Spirit Lines exhibition at the James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art, St. Petersburg, Wednesday, January 29, 2020. The exhibition runs through March 1, 2020. [SCOTT KEELER  |  Times]
  9. "Crescent Lake Sunrise" by Robert Herbenick, one of the artists who'll participate in the 2Cool Art Show at the Gulfport Casino on Feb. 1 and 2. [Courtesy of PAVA]
  10. Pablo Picasso's scene design for Pulcinella is part of the "Art of the Stage: Picasso to Hockney" exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, which will open on Jan. 25. [Courtesy of Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg]
  11. Photographer Griff Davis captured the first meeting of Vice President Richard Nixon and Martin Luther King, Jr. and their wives, Patricia Nixon and Coretta Scott King, on Independence Day in Accra, Ghana on March 7, 1957. [Courtesy of Griffith J. Davis Photographs & Archives]
  12. Roberto Gomez, of Puerto Rico, dressed as Darth Vader, attends the world premiere of "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" on Dec. 16, 2019, in Los Angeles. [CHRIS PIZZELLO  |  Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP]
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