The Studios of Key West sets shows

The Studios of Key West sets shows

Loving the new location and upcoming schedule

The Studios of Key West was founded about eight years ago. In that short time, it has already outgrown its original location in the old Armory building, and is set to stage its first full season in the spacious, and completely renovated, art deco building at the corner of Simonton and Eaton streets.

“We are grateful for our roots, and the supporters who have brought us to this point, and we are excited to see where our new home will take us,” said TSKW Office Manager Lea Moeller, who has been with the studio for a year. “Key West deserves the best art scene in Florida, and this season is packed, with twice as many workshops as last year to keep Key West busy.”

It boasts about 500 current members, but membership isn’t required to partake of the numerous workshops and concerts and workshops. However, at $50, it’s a great way to support the arts.

The facility includes a 200-seat professional theater, the island’s largest gallery devoted to contemporary art, nine studios for practicing artists, and two dedicated classrooms, including a cutting edge digital media lab. With dedicated creative spaces for exhibitions, performances, instruction and art making, the new facilities offer a cultural platform that lives up to Key West’s creative potential.

For more information on The Studios of Key West, visit tskw.org.

Upcoming TSKW Schedule:

Aerial Basics with Mara Neimanis on Nov. 3 and 5 from 10 to 11:30 a.m.

$110/$90 members

Mara is a professional aerial performer, back for her third trip to The Studios. She will teach students how to have a new perspective … literally.

Classic Key West, opens Nov. 5 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Free

Key West shows off its creative side in the first member’s show of the season. Each artist is a member of The Studios. Runs through the end of November. Interested in entering a piece? Visit tskw.org.

 Dan Bern Concert on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m.

$30/$25 for members

Dan Bern is a little bit of Bob Dylan meets Bruce Springsteen and should be a great concert according to the TSKW staff.

Zack Seemiller Concert on Friday, Nov. 13 at 8 p.m.

$30/$25 members benefiting hunger relief in the Florida Keys.

Zack has been a popular Key West musician for a couple of decades, sharing his humor and personality with the crowd during every performance.

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