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A collaborative evening provided by 3 downtown St. Petersburg arts institutions. Enjoy a free evening of art, dance, theatre, music and poetry. A trolley will be provided for transportation between the three locations.

Renée Stout utilizes her skills as a photo-realist painter to imbue her mixed-media works and installations with socio-historical critiques, Vodou imagery, and elements of African-American, Creole, and African culture. Docent tours available continuously through the evening. Live jazz guitarist Nikola—refreshments served.

Come and enjoy an original work of dance commissioned by the Studio and created by Paulette Walker Johnson, Artistic Director of Soulful Arts Dance Academy. The piece was inspired by the necessary work of Renée Stout and the irresistible noise of Bluesman Robert Johnson which you will see and hear when you pass through the doors @620 —refreshments served.

Tom Feelings’ Middle Passage: White Ships/Black Cargo is a haunting reminder of the dark time in American history when human beings were imported as cargo from the old world of freedom in Africa to the new world of slavery in the Americas. “In Order to Form a More Perfect Union” A staged reading of actual slave narratives and antebellum reminisces compiled by Bob Devin Jones. A cast of ten prominent members of the community will share these compelling histories— refreshments served.


St. Petersburg (Fla.), art, dance, theater, history

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St. Petersburg, (Fla.)




The Studio@620 : 3 for the Soul (



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Renée Stout, Paulette Walker Johnson

Participating/Presenting Organization

The Arts Center, Florida Holocaust Museum, Studio@620


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Program, 3 For The Soul, 2006



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