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Thurs, Jan 24

BOSCO SODI, MURO PUBLIC INSTALLATION AND PERFORMANCE. As part of the exhibition The Visible Turn: Contemporary Artists Confront Political Invisibility, USFCAM will present the public installation and performance of Muro, a wall constructed with 1080 unique clay bricks. Made by hand at Bosco Sodi’s studio in Oaxaca, Mexico, with the help of local craftsmen, each brick is sealed by the artist with his signature. Muro is to be erected in front of USFCAM’s entrance for

one day, at the end of which visitors are invited to collectively disassemble the wall by removing one brick to take home with them. Public Interaction, 10am–3pm. Dismantling of Muro, 3–8pm. Reception 6–8pm; remarks by Bosco Sodi at 6:30pm.

Huzzah and Cheers for 41 Years!


Feb 16 - March 31

ake a time-travel adventure into the 16th century at the annual Bay Area Renaissance Festival. Join the Queen in a jubilee. Journey back in time to this charming 16th century village. Experience live armored jousting, 12 stages of entertainment, 7 theme weekends, and fun and food for the whole family. New this year: Battle Axe Pub, Living Unicorn, Giant Puppet Troupe, Bow Blast, Bloody Mary Bar, and Aerial Act! The Festival is open weekends from 10 am – 6 pm, Rain or Shine. FREE Parking. 11315 N. 46th Street, Tampa, FL 33617. Discount tickets are available at Circle K and


Profile for Accent On Tampa Bay Magazine

Accent On Tampa Bay #246, Jan/Feb 2019