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Matt Dillon Ringling College
April 2014

Matt Dillon to Work With Sarasota’s Ringling College Students on New Documentary

Dillon spoke to a packed crowd on the Ringling College of Art and Design campus on Wednesday, April 16.

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Panetta with Town Hall 2014 chair Jay Logan.
March 2014

Ringling Town Hall: Leon Panetta

Ringling Town Hall welcomes the former Secretary of Defense.

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wes moore ringling college town hall
March 2014

Author Wes Moore Speaks at Ringling College Town Hall

Author Wes Moore was the latest in this year’s lineup of Ringling College Town Hall lecturers.

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February 2014

Photo of the Week: Sunset Picnic on Sarasota Bay

New College students share a sunset picnic by Sarasota Bay.

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Luke Wilson Ringling College Sarasota
February 2014

Actor Luke Wilson Speaks at Ringling College

Actor Luke Wilson premiered his new short film, “Satellite Beach,” to a packed crowd at Ringling College of Art and Design.

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February 2014

Photographer Platon Speaks at the Van Wezel

Photographer Platon was the latest speaker in this year’s Ringling Town Hall lecture series.

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Ringling art museum
February 2014

Vintage Sarasota: Ringling Museum

Ringling Museum (ca 1930). One of Sarasota’s finest staples, the Ringling Museum officially and permanently opened to the public on January 17, 1932. Due to economic downturn in the ‘20s and ‘30s, John Ringling employed 300 members of the winter circus crew to help with construction when builders and land speculators left the area. In its first three […]

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R Luke duBois Ringling Museum
February 2014

Multimedia Artist R. Luke DuBois’ Exhibit Opens at Ringling Museum

The multimedia artist’s exhibit will run through May 4.

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January 2014

Vintage Sarasota: Post Office

Post Office (ca 1940). The Federal Building, the first permanently located (though not the first official) post office for Sarasota, was dedicated February 15, 1935. From the late 1800’s to the mid 1920’s, the post office changed locations a number of times, from stores to homes, a bank building, and even to a section of the Cummer Arcade […]

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Kitty Kelley Sarasota
January 2014

Five Questions with Author Kitty Kelley

Bestselling author Kitty Kelley returns to the Women’s Resource Center to discuss her new book about the March on Washington.

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