American Legion Post 111
6918 N. Florida Avenue
TAMPA, Florida 33604
This engaging art fest features works by diverse female creatives, DJ Shannon C spinning awesome club mixes, dancing and a full cash bar. Another Event by Renee Warmack Productions, LLC.
Art installations include digital projections, performance artists, paintings, photography, and sculptures.
A portion of the proceeds benefit The Helen Gordon Davis Centre for Women.
Buy Tickets in Advance Here Through Feb. 22nd - $20 or at the door - $30 (Credit Card/Cash Accepted):
The Art of Women: A Heart and Soul Celebration
Sat., Feb. 23, 2019, from 8 pm-11 pm at American Legion Post 111, 6918 N. Florida Avenue, Tampa, 33604
Check Out the Featured Artists Here: ReneeWarmackProductions.com/ArtistInformation
Women and men, 21 years of age and older, only, please.
Sponsored by: Film Tampa Bay, Florida Women Magazine, Actor Norma Caltagirone, Artist Teresa Davis - Studio4111.com, Carole Gordon Acting Class, Jet City Expresso, Social Women in Motion - S.W.I.M.
Filmmaker Renee Warmack, MPA
Ph: 813-610-3132; ReneeWarmackProductions.com
Renee Warmack, MPA, is a Producer, Speaker and Coach who loves helping others claim their power and capture their dreams through her inspirational movies and engaging events; motivational talks; and success coaching program.
A Tampa native, Warmack spent 20 years working in the government sector and now works in her company ReneeWarmackProductions.com. She earned her master’s degree in Public Administration and Bachelor's degree in Creative Writing from the University of South Florida, where she competed on the women's tennis team. Her first documentary film Ten at the Top in Tampa Bay, premiered on PBS. See Renee’s movies and highlights of events she produces, here: YouTube Channel - Renee Warmack Productions
Read what others are saying about Renee:
~Jane Castor, Former Police Chief, City of Tampa, Florida: "Renee Warmack stands out as a shining example of all that is good about Tampa Bay. She is focused on improving the status of our community as a whole and women in specific through education, enlightenment and networking events. I have viewed her documentary film – Ten at the Top in Tampa Bay, been a panel participant and attended her events as an observer. What stands out the most is her commitment to improving and promoting women in leadership, as well as exposing and encouraging young women to take positions of leadership. I am proud to support Renee as she forges ahead in these important endeavors and am excited to see what she will accomplish in the future.”
~JL Bieron, CFRE, Foundation Director, Tampa: “Renee Warmack has guided and motivated me more times than I can even count, especially when it comes to pursuits that might have been defined as "outside of my comfort zone”. When she's on your side, she's as deeply involved in achieving your goals as you are. She's not just in your corner, she's fighting directly at your side.”
~Gayle Sierens, Former Tampa TV News Anchor, First Woman to Call “Play by Play” for an NFL Game, Panelist for Wonder Women Unite Event 2017: "It was my pleasure. I was so impressed with the panel and the cool women who came. You did a great job. Thanks for including me!”
~Julianne Holt, Public Defender, 13th Judicial Circuit Court, Hillsborough County: “I met Renee in 2006 when she first began work on her documentary film, Ten at the Top in Tampa Bay. Although she was a first time film maker, the movie was exceptional and I was very impressed that it premiered on PBS. Renee’s ability to capture the essence of our community through her film was outstanding. Recently, I was honored to serve on the Panel for Renee’s Women’s Leadership Summit that brought together a diverse mix of women for an evening of inspiration, advice and networking. The event had tremendous energy and was very impactful to all who attended that evening. The energy and pride created by the event allowed everyone to see the good in our community. Renee’s ability to identify cutting edge interests in Tampa and highlight them in so many different outlets is unique and to be applauded.”
~Tina Russo, Wellness Director, YMCA: “Renee has been my go to, sound off person for the last few years. As I was contemplating a career change I needed someone to talk through the craziness of pursuing a dream. Renee has always offered a willing ear to hear, but also great thought provoking advice. Passion is a hard profession to follow, but with Renee's professional advice anything is possible.”