On display in the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center:
Main Theatre Gallery: ReART presented by the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center
ReART is devoted to the type of art that seeks to transform waste, such as paper, cardboard, wood, glass, plastics, metals, and rubber, into works of art. Therefore, the concept goes beyond the conventional recycling of materials by creating objects that exceed the original product’s economic, cultural, and social value. All artwork needs to use at least 75% recycled materials.
Click Here to listen to the audio description of pieces in ReART located on the first floor of the Main Theatre.
Click Here to listen to the audio description of pieces in ReART on the second-floor west breezeway.
Click Here to listen to the audio description of pieces in ReART on the second-floor east breezeway.
Additional exhibits currently on display:
Atrium Gallery: It Takes a Village by Jeanette Bradley
Lobby Gallery: Mental Health Recovery & Art by Project Return
Corridor Gallery: Artwork by Rook Bishop
Artist Corner: Glass Works with Maria Ortiz-Haynes of Ybor City Mosaics