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Tempus Projects moves to Seminole Heights

SEMINOLE HEIGHTS – Tempus Projects, a nonprofit organization that promotes artists working in all media, has moved.

The group, which organizes and hosts exhibits, is now at 4636 N. Florida Ave., where it will showcase “The Quaid Project: Select Works From Tampa Drawers Sketch Gang,” beginning Saturday, Jan. 18, and continuing through Feb. 15.

The opening reception, from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, is free to the public.

The exhibit includes work by Neil Bender, Tim McMillan, Ville Mehtonen, Lauren Moradi, Justin Nelson, Monica Perez, Anthony Record and Ericka Richardson. The Quaid Project, which organizes exhibits, is presenting the show in conjunction with Tempus Projects.

Founded in 2009, Tempus Projects has showcased more than 190 artists and collaborators in more than 36 exhibitions.

Art at Bay, a blogazine, will have a Magazine Launch Party at Tempus Projects from 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 25.

In addition, Tempus Projects is working with artists for an exhibit, “Pillage & Plunder: Examining Piracy & Empire in the Age of the Buccaneer,” to be displayed at Kiley Garden in downtown Tampa in conjunction with The Gasparilla Festival of the Arts on March 1-2.

For information, call (813) 340-9056.

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