Live Art Timucua hosts a 4-week residency program for visual artists. We invite painters, sculptors, and more to showcase their work in the concert hall. Artists also work on stage alongside musicians. However, due to the conditions set by COVID-19, artists now work from the safety of their homes. This May, Homero Daniel Rodriguez joined the Timucua Arts Foundation in presenting a series of live stream performances to inspire you.
Bio Homero Rodriguez was born in Bogota, Colombia in 1992. He has participated in two international Art Biennials contests in Bogota. His paintings were published in the Artist Book. Homero now resides in Central Florida, where he paints, plays the violin, and studies science and engineering. Click here to find out more about Homero by visiting his website.
All of Homero’s work is for sale. Visual artists keep 100% of proceeds from any pieces they sell. Scroll down to learn more about Homero and his work.
About Homero Daniel Rodriguez’s Work: Homero is currently studying electrical engineering and physics. He primarily works with pastels and oil paints. His subjects include iconic figures such as Juan Ponce de Leon and Juan Pablo II. When he’s not studying or painting, Homero loves to learn about other cultures and languages. Check out his social media pages to find out more about his art.
Thank you Florida Cultural Alliance for providing these resources to artists. The “COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources” provides opportunities and financial relief options available to artists of all disciplines. Check the “Table of Contents” for more info. Also, check out the Americans for the Arts site for news about the impact of COVID-19 on the arts in America. Included is a survey, blog posts, and articles for artists and foundations alike.
World-renowned harp-guitarist Muriel Anderson returns to the Timucua stage this Thursday, February 13th at 7:30 PM. In addition to her multi-media concert, Muriel is promoting her new cookbook, Acoustic Chef. Some simple featured dishes are pictured below. Click on the links for full versions of each recipe. We invite you to bring one of Anderson’s dishes to celebrate this momentous occasion. See you soon!
This weekend we were thrilled to host a music composition and computer science workshop with Girl Scouts of Citrus! Eighteen scouts took part, composing electronic music via our mobile computer lab, and experimenting with acoustic instruments and found sounds.
Thank you to the Work With Sounds instructors Jeremy Adams and Elizabeth A. Baker! Don’t forget to check out their websites.