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Instead of the gold shovels that are typically used for groundbreaking ceremonies, the pile of dirt in the open field at the Oldsmar Sports Complex on May 17 was lined with blue and black hockey sticks. The equipment change was appropriate for the occasion, however, as Tampa Bay Lightning and city officials broke ground on a new public outdoor street hockey rink, the first facility of its kind in Pinellas County.

A piece from Helms’ “Colony” series portrays the contents of an ornate home being dismantled by sea level rise and tossed into the ocean, wher…

A Kate Helms piece titled "Tidewater Elegy in Red and Blue" features the private lair of someone obsessed with sea level rise and has collecte…

Nomad Art Bus founder Carrie Boucher of Seminole received a $50,000 grant from the Lightning. From that grant, she set aside $35,000 for Nomad, a mobile art studio that provides access to art supplies and lessons to impoverished youth in the Tampa Bay area. She split the remainder of the grant between two local nonprofits that also work with at-risk youth – Boards for Bros and Diversity Arts.