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CoCurate 244 is an exhibition space located on the Downtown Campus of St. Petersburg College. Works are exhibited here through a collaboration with St. Petersburg…
The Collections Galleries at the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art are home to the works held by the Museum. Come and see the masterworks of Abraham…
Modern art comes to life in this hands-on creative space. Visitors enhance their understanding of this often-challenging art genre with interactive activities designed for all…
A beautiful outdoors arena for large-scale sculpture at the Museum.
This gallery features the collection of the former Gulf Coast Museum of Art. In 2010, the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art acquired the collection which ranges…
The North Galleries of the Leepa-Rattner host the traveling and rotating special exhibitions of the Museum.
SoloSpace is an exhibition space located on the Seminole Campus of St. Petersburg College. Works are exhibited here through a collaboration with St. Petersburg College…
- 02 FebRead more
Creative Pinellas author Carlene Cobb sat down with LRMA Curator Christine Renc-Carter and reviewed the beautiful exhibition drawing from the collections of the Museum highlighting
- 28 JanRead more
Creative Loafing author Jennifer Ring highlights LRMA’s newest exhibition – About Face: Celebrating Diversity Read the article HERE
- 03 JulRead more
Now that the bars aren’t allowed to serve booze to patrons in person, learning how to make your favorite cocktails at home is suddenly more
- 07 AprRead more
Creative Pinellas features the Leepa-Rattner in its efforts to provide access to the arts during the national health emergency of COVID-19. READ MORE on Creative
- 04 MarRead more
The Tampa Bay Times covered the celebratory WOMAN-MADE Printmaking Festival held at the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art in conjunction with their exhibition WOMAN-MADE:From the Collection.
- 16 JanRead more
Thanks to some crafty students, staff and community members, a wildlife rescue organization in Australia will soon be receiving handmade joey pouches and hanging bags
- 26 NovRead more
Check out Tampa Bay Times’ coverage of the best Museum shops in the Bay Area! READ MORE HERE
- 05 SepRead more
Writer Maggie Duffy from The Tampa Bay Times sheds a light on the amazing arts of the Tampa Bay region in her Fall Arts Preview
- 13 JunRead more
Our local papers highlight the amazing exhibition opening at the Museum. READ MORE HERE
- 27 DecRead more
Creative Loafing highlights the best of the bay for abstract expressionist arts. Don’t miss their highlight of LRMA! READ MORE on Creative Loafing
- 06 AprRead more
83 Degrees Media featured the Leepa-Rattner in their Spring 2020 write up on how to access and support the local arts while social distancing for
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October 8 – December 30, 2017 (Works on Paper Gallery) Since establishing the Lothar and Mildred Uhl Works on Paper Gallery, LRMA’s collection of contemporary
- 14 JulRead more
As the museum celebrates its 15 year anniversary, curator Christine Renc-Carter honors the past and celebrates the future with a series of special exhibits and
What our visitors saying about their experience
Lovely building and exhibit space. Best of all is the passion and excitement of the staff which radiates and infuses everything. Thank you!Anonymous
This was our first visit, but not our last! It was a wonderful way to spend the day.Anonymous
“A true virtual social, a history lesson and a chance to have cocktails with fun folks. Programs like this are one of the few things that should be viral.”Joan Jennings
A sanctuary of art, expression, and deliverance. As a student, I feel as if I have just discovered a small hide-away to think and observe. Thank you for this wonderful museum!Anonymous