• September 2016 - June 2017

    The Monthly “On the Deck” Potluck

    The fourth Wednesday of each month will bring "On the Deck", a casual potluck to welcome our new Artists in Residence. This event brings our "Studios family" together at our Ashe Street cottage to celebrate the most recent artists, coming from near and far, to grace us with their talent and share their work and aspirations for their time on the island. Please bring an appetizer, salad, main dish, dessert or snack & The Studios will supply the beverages. All are welcomed to join!
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  • Sat Apr 1 & Jun 3, 8pm

    Jazz Noir – Rock Solomon

    The premiere of Rock Solomon’s Jazz Noir is the apex of The Jazz Age Retrospectacular, an out-of-the-box event series looking at Key West history & culture through the lens of the Jazz Age. Solomon and his company combine narrative, music and technology to weave a story of 1930’s Key West, when rum runners were rampant, the economy went bust, and a hurricane like no other nearly sealed the island’s fate.
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  • Thu May 4, 6-8pm

    First Thursdays May 4

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  • May 18, 2017 - May 27, 2017

    The Play Project – 2017

    The Play Project brings New York and Key West together for a behind the scenes glimpse into how theater is made. The brainchild of director Murphy Davis and playwright Wendy Hammond, the project brings a seasoned playwright, director and equity actors from New York to collaborate with actors and audiences from Key West.
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  • Mon Jun 5, 6PM

    Photography Critique/Exchange with Sharon Lee Hart, AIR

    Our Artist in Residence leads an open and informal critique for photographers.
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  • Friday June 9, 7pm

    Your Way Back to Me: Screening with filmmaker Alexandra Dietz

    Film Synopsis: My partner Hannah Sheridan is half Cheyenne and half Kiowa, born in El Reno, Oklahoma. On the night of her high school graduation she saw a Navy recruitment commercial and joined the next day, despite the fact that she was a lesbian in the era of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.” Ten years later, after the deaths of her father and grandmother and her recent discharge from the Navy, Hannah returns to her Native-American community to mourn her deceased relatives and to try to find her place again within her culture and family.
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  • Weekly sessions starting June 19!

    Summer Art School for Kids 10-14

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  • Coming Valentine's Day 2018

    Undying Love: The Musical

    Writer/musician/playwright Ben Harrison penned the definitive account of this true macabre love story in his nonfiction book, Undying Love, which earned him a spot in front of national audiences on the Howard Stern Show and This American Life. Originally performed at the Appelrouth Grill in 1999, Undying Love: The Musical distills the atmosphere of Key West in the 1930’s, and perfectly melds the pathos of von Cosel’s tale with Harrison’s signature dry humor.
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