Video Spotlights

That Art Show

CTTV's occasional series on creativity and the arts in Tampa

  • This show features public art projects on Bayshore Boulevard and at the Roy Jenkins Pool. Kathie Aagaard, a talented violist, is also featured. (YouTube link)
  • Join host Robin Nigh and discover what is happening in the world of public art; visit with local artists, witness the miracle of art in the making and answer the question "how did that get there?"  (YouTube link)



  • Stay Curious at the Poe Garage, drone and time-lapse video by Nicole Abbett
    Stay Curious is a series of murals by artists Bask and Tes One at the Poe Parking Garage in downtown Tampa. The murals celebrate and promote the creative culture of Tampa Bay, and the vibrant design of the murals interpret the call to “Stay Curious,” reminding guests of all ages to continue learning and experiencing the arts.
  • Tampa Postcard, by Carl Cowden III, restored mural 2012 (YouTube)
  • Sulphur Springs mural by John Gurbacs, 2012 (YouTube)
  • Adamo Drive Mural Project, 2012 (YouTube)
  • Tampa Police Department District III Mural - Charles Humes, Jr. (YouTube)
    The making of East Court, tile mural by artist Charles Humes, Jr.



  • Vignette's of Tampa - Susan Gott's Glass trellis installation on Zack Street (YouTube)
  • Kinetic Ring -- Glass sculpture by Catherine Woods and MGA Sculpture Studio installed 2012 in WestShore (YouTube). 
  • The making of Leslie Fry's Nest Builder (YouTube). 
  • Seminoles Return to Cotanchobee (YouTube)
    Artist Bob Haozous describes the importance of the land to Native Americans and how his piece, Ceremonial Space, connects mankind back to nature.  Ceremonial Space is currently being fabricated. 



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