Piracy Redux, 2013


In partnership with Gasparilla Festival of the Arts and Tempus Projects, HAM presents Piracy Redux, an exploration of contemporary themes in piracy as part of the Gasparilla Festival of the Arts.

Die, Mommie, Die, 2011

Hampton Arts Management produced the 2011 University of Tampa Theatre Department production of Charles Busch’s Die! Mommie! Die! at the Orlando Fringe Festival.

PreHeat music panels, 2011

In partnership with Creative Loafing and WMNF, Hampton Arts Management presented the preheat music industry panels. these workshops were designed to help area musicians deal with pertinent issues in the modern music business, including tour booking, beat production, career management and a demo listening panel.

Cigar City Brewing Label Design, 2011

Part of our Drink Beer. Support Art program, our favorite collaboration with Cigar City Brewing featured a label design competition for Tampa Bay area artists. The winning design is featured on Cigar City’s Tocobaga Red Ale, on of their most popular beers in standard rotation.

Tax Day Installation, 2011

On April 15, 2011 Hampton Arts Management executed an installation involving 2,400lbs of shredded corporate documents at the Tampa Museum of Art as part of their Art After Dark series.

Sensory Overload, 2011

Hampton Arts Management produced and curated the 2011 Sensory Overload event for Creative Loafing. The event presented more than 40 music, theatre, dance, and avant garde performances in the Glazer Children’s Museum
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Refractory, 2010

In 2010, Refractory transformed the historic Trolley Barn space in Tampa Heights into a kaleidoscope of video installations and contemprary performance. Highlights include the unveiling of the World’s Largest Dream Machine, art works from Robert Chambers, Genesis P. Orridge, Negativland, Richard Kern, Spanky and Maureen Hudas, Gerhardt Gruen (and many others), and a site-specific sound installation by Tetromino.

Mobility, 2010

On September 17, 2010 Hampton Arts Management curated the Art After Dark at the Tampa Museum of Art. The event included ‘It’s called a mobile for a reason’ – an installation of commercial fans that made the Museum’s large scale Calder sculpture spin around.