Tag: FMoPA Admission

Photo Ybor: Then and Now

Explore the rich history and cultural evolution of Ybor City through the lens of photography. Witness the transformation from its immigrant roots to a vibrant hub of multiculturalism. Experience historic and contemporary images side by side, taken by artist Chip Weiner and other talented photographers, capturing the essence of change, preservation, and integration. On view: July 18-November 17, 2024, Gallery 1

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TutuTango

Inspired by Silent movies, New Wave cinema, and photographer Duane Michals’ storytelling style, this exhibition invites viewers to witness a choreographed encounter between two souls, meticulously captured individually in different parts of the world, yet brought together through similar settings and emotional resonance. The project stands as a testament to the power of art to connect, move, and provoke thought, even in the face of separation. Dorothee and Michael, through their artistic synergy and innovative use of technology, have crafted a narrative that speaks to the heart of human connection. On view: August 6 – September 15, Gallery 2

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FMoPA Announces Call for Entries for 2024 International Photography Competition

The 2024 International Photography Competition, hosted by the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts and sponsored by Tampa International Airport and Visit Tampa Bay, invites photographers worldwide to submit their work for a chance to be showcased in an exclusive exhibition at TPA. With categories ranging from People/Portraits to Abstract Photography, the competition seeks to celebrate diverse perspectives and artistic visions. Entries will be judged by an esteemed international panel, with prizes including a $1000 award for the Best in Competition. Submissions are open from February 5 to May 5, 2024, through the FMoPA website.

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Gary Monroe: Life in South Beach, 1977-1986

In 1977, photographer Gary Monroe, a native of Miami Beach, embarked on a decade-long project to photograph the aging community of South Beach. Vastly different than the glitzy beach community of today, the area was home to primarily Jewish retirees who embraced the sun, sand, and cheap rents. The photographs in the exhibition are composed of the community’s candid moments, daily activities, and community gatherings. Monroe’s sharp eye and empathetic viewpoint transforms the mundaneness of people walking down the street into a reflection on a vanished way of life. On view: March 26 – May 19, 2024

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HOPE Photovoice Initiative

Explore the transformative impact of the HOPE Photovoice Initiative exhibition, presented by FMoPA in collaboration with the University Area Community Development Corporation. Immerse yourself in the compelling narratives captured by resident photographers, focusing on affordable housing, employment, and resident engagement. Join us from February 20 to March 24, 2024, as these evocative images unveil the University Area Community’s authentic stories, aiming to ignite awareness and foster positive change in policies and perceptions. Experience the Residents’ Lens Theory, a testament to trust and respect, inviting you to engage with lived experiences and contribute to a more inclusive future.

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