Jan Stenhouse: Orderly, But Not Tight

Join us anytime between 5pm and 7pm on August 13th as we raise a glass and share a memory of our friend Jan.  Remembering Jan Stenhouse | Facebook Jan Stenhouse (1951 – 2022) joined the Morean when she moved to St. Petersburg in 1975, where she found an instant art and community connection. A regular […]

BOOKISH: 2022 Members Show

On View July 9 – August 25Opening Reception July 9, 5pm to 8pm For over 100 years, the Morean Arts Center has hosted an exhibition to appreciate and recognize our artist members and celebrate their talent.     The 2022 members exhibition presents nearly 200 works of art expressing the theme of BOOKISH. Our artists were […]

Jeanine Newcomb: Looking through the Window

Continuing a new tradition at the Morean, we present last year’s Margaret Murphy Steward Best of Show winner, Jeanine Newcomb. In addition to a cash prize, the winning artist receives a solo show in our gallery to coincide with the following year’s members show. Jeanine is the tenth artist to receive this opportunity, and we […]

Art Yard Sale

Don’t miss our (sometimes) annual Art Yard Sale, where you can find great deals on art and miscellaneous items–you never know what you’re going to find! Prices start at $1 and max out at $100. Along with Morean-owned items, you’ll be able to meet some of our fabulous local artists and pick up something from […]

11th Annual Great St. Pete Cupcake Contest

11th Annual Great St. Pete Cupcake Contest The Morean Arts Center invites you to compete in a city-wide search for St. Petersburg’s BEST CUPCAKE! The contest will be hosted at the Morean Center for Clay located in the Warehouse Arts District at 420 22nd Street South – Saturday, August 27 from 12pm-3pm INFO for Cupcake ‘Eaters’ […]

“Woodland Tea Party” – Featuring Work by Rebecca Stevens

Woodland Tea Party – Works by Rebecca Stevens: Artist-in-Residence Show Featuring works to date as she explores functional pottery using translucent porcelain and light to enhance her decorative and carved surfaces. Opening June 11 and on view through June 29. FREE and open to the public weekly, Wednesday-Saturday.