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The St Petersburg Arts
St. Petersburg’s Creative Arts and Design sector builds upon the city’s long history of strength in the arts. With five distinct arts districts, seven performing arts companies, 25+ top-ranked galleries, eight world-famous museums, and several theatrical and music venues, St. Petersburg is a hotbed for the arts. In fact, ArtPlace America named Downtown St. Petersburg one of America’s top ArtPlaces in 2013, and American Style Magazine has named St. Petersburg as its number one mid-size city for art for 3 years in a row! The New York Times even included the city on a list of 52 global places to go in 2014!
Beyond traditional arts, St. Petersburg is also growing in the digital and multi-media markets. Such new media, gaming, and mobile application development firms include companies such as Apan Software, RDesign, Inc., Wannemacher Jensen Architects, Inc., Mesh Architecture, and more.
Notable companies in the Creative Arts & Design Sector include:
| • Salvador Dali Art Museum |
• Chihuly Collection
• Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum
• Florida Holocaust Museum
• Museum of Fine Arts
• St. Petersburg Museum of History
| • Morean Arts Center |
• The Mahaffey Theatre
• Apan Software
• RDesign, Inc.
• Wannemacher Jensen Architects, Inc.
• Mesh Architecture
Most recent additions to St. Pete’s Creative Arts & Design Sector:
• Coming Soon: Museum of the American Arts and Crafts Movement
As a native of St. Petersburg, Sonny has an intimate knowledge of the Bay Area. He attended University of Florida where he received a BS in Business Administration. Sonny has been working in real est....
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