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American Stage Theatre Company
American Stage is Tampa Bay's best professional regional equity theatre. Founded in 1977, the company's mission is to create the most satisfying live theatre in the Tampa Bay area, accessible to all members of the community.

Class Acts
Education Performance Series and Community Arts Program based at the Mahaffey Theater at the Duke Energy Center for the Arts.

Creative Clay, Inc.
Creative Clay, Inc. is a non-profit corporation with an expressed interest in providing the local community of Pinellas County, Florida with a place to experience all aspects of the arts. Located in the heart of the St. Petersburg Arts District, Creative Clay's mission is to make the arts accessible for every interested member of the community regardless of age, gender, ability and/or race.

Florida Holocaust Museum
The Florida Holocaust Museum honors the memory of millions of innocent men, women, and children who suffered or died in the Holocaust. The museum is dedicated to teaching members of all races and cultures to recognize the inherent worth and dignity of human life in order to prevent future genocides.

Great Explorations Children's Museum
Imagine a museum where you don't just look at the exhibits. You touch them. Move them. Explore them. And in some cases actually become part of them. This is Great Explorations. And it doesn't sound like any place you've been before, it's for a good reason. It's not.

Morean Arts Center
With roots dating back to 1917, the Morean Arts Center has focused on an innovative community-oriented approach to art and arts education. The Morean is known as one of the most successful visual arts organizations in the region, offering studio classes from painting and drawing to metalsmithing, sculpture and digital photography; mounting approximately 15 – 20 contemporary art exhibitions a year in our many galleries; and providing a wide variety of family and children's programming, school tours, the highly-praised Word & Image program, summer camp and special events.

Museum of Fine Arts
The elegant Palladian-style building combines the styles of a classic art museum and a Mediterranean villa at home in Florida's tropical climate. Designed by John Volk, the building itself a work of art, has twenty galleries, some small and intimate, others more spacious. The Museum also has splendid Membership and Sculpture Gardens. The Museum opened its doors to the public in 1965.

Royal Theatre / Boys & Girls Club Arts Academy
The museum presents the historic voice of one segment of the St. Petersburg community in the perspective of local, regional, and national history. It is another demonstration of the commitment to revitalize the Midtown St. Petersburg area. The museum joins Mercy Hospital at the Johnnie Ruth Clarke Health Center, the Royal Theater Boys and Girls Club, and the renovated Manhattan Casino as evidence of the renaissance of this area.
1011 22nd St. S. 

St. Petersburg City Theater
The Mission of the St. Petersburg City Theatre is to promote the advancement of live theatre and provide entertainment by developing and encouraging local non professional talent. Six mainstage productions are staged each season. Workshops and classes are given on a variety of topics including performance and technical aspects of theatre.
4025 31st St. S.

Youth Arts Corp
The Youth Arts Corps is a free youth development, arts education and job training program that uses the fine arts to help youth reach their potential. The Corps offers three after-school and summer arts education programs and an artist-in-residence program. All arts workshops are taught by professional artists.

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