During this time of constant change, here is what you can expect from the Center. Please check back often as we continue to adapt as things evolve.
The Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center celebrated artwork by its faculty and students in the Annual Student/Faculty Art Show during a reception on Friday, November 12.
“Flamenco is a beautiful dance form. It originally comes from Spain,” Flamenco Tropical Artistic Director Jessica Pacheco said. “There is classical Spanish dance, where you use castanets, shawls, fans. We are actually percussionists.”
The Carrollwood Cultural Center is adding several new classes and workshops for children and adults to its arts-based curriculum for 2022. New courses include Portrait Drawing, Painting with Acrylics, Expressive Tangling, Creative Writing, ZUMBA Gold®, Father/Daughter Ballroom Dancing, body-confidence dance classes, and wellness classes.
This month, Tampa Bay area horror fans will have a rare opportunity to catch the world premiere of a brand-new film based upon H.P. Lovecraft’s ambitious classic weird horror tale “The Call of Cthulhu.”
The Center is making it easier for patrons and donors to support its mission through donor-friendly enhancements to the membership program.
Sometimes you just don’t know how much you love and appreciate something until it’s taken away.
The Strum & Sing Ukulele Group meets every Thursday at 12:15 p.m. at The Studio at Carrollwood Cultural Center, located at 13345 Casey Road.
The Center celebrated local emerging artists exhibiting artwork in the EMERGing Artists show during a reception on Friday, September 10.