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 Carrollwood Cultural Center and the Village Garden Circle celebrated Arbor Day by planting a little gem magnolia on the left side of the main building, adjacent to Lowell Road.
The outdoor event will feature food trucks, storytelling and puppetry with Windell Campbell at 11 a.m., a folk dance performance with Grupo Folklorico Mahetzi at noon, and live music with Liam Bauman (pictured) at 1:15 p.m., Rebekah Pulley at 2:45 p.m., His Hem at 4:15 p.m., and Ari Chi at 5:45 p.m.
The center announced its much-anticipated Summer of 1969 concert series last week that will begin in July and run through August. The series features three events, though the center will host other live concerts throughout the summer as well.
An oil painting of Maya Angelou titled “Maya” by Daniel DeWindt won first place in the Black Art Matters art exhibition at the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center during an artist reception on Friday, April 8.
The Carrollwood Cultural Center, located at 4537 Lowell Road in Tampa, will celebrate the music of 1969 with three concert events, including tributes to David Bowie, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and more, during its “Summer of 1969” series.
“Sonata, Songs & Dances” will feature a sonata by Beethoven and a variety of short pieces, including transcriptions of songs by Liszt and dances by Chopin.
Dunedin Artist, Theodosia A. G. Tamborlane (“Theo”), presents a new exhibition of her paintings, “My World: From New York to Carrollwood,” at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road, Tampa, beginning March 30, 2022.