In the Arts
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This summer, Jacksonville Country Day School's (JCDS) campers experienced the fiery art of glass blowing, thanks to a special visit by Jacksonville Burnt Glassworks during the "Art Adventures" … more
Kick StART, an afterschool art enrichment program sponsored by First Coast Cultural Center (FCCC), is taking registration through mid-August at participating schools in St. Johns County. Students in … more
The Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville (MOCA), a Cultural Institute of the University of North Florida, kicks off the second half of its 100th anniversary year with “Fill My Heart With Hope: … more
Get ready for an exciting event as Hillbilly Thomists kick off their summer tour in St. Augustine on July 31. The event will be at the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche at Mission Nombre de … more
The Jacksonville Symphony has announced that single tickets for its 75th Anniversary Season are now on sale. This season promises a celebration of exceptional programming with world premieres, … more
Writing a novel is only the first step; editing ensures that it’s the best possible novel. Award-winning crime writer Joni M. Fisher will share the best editing practices in her workshop, … more
The Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville (MOCA Jacksonville), a cultural institute of the University of North Florida, has announced an important gift from Los Angeles-based scholar, advocate and … more
Artist Debra Mixon Holliday will demonstrate collagraph printing from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 6, and July 20 at the Butterfield Garage Art Gallery, 137 King St., St. Augustine. She will have her … more
The Florida State College at Jacksonville High School Summer Musical Theatre Experience is celebrating its 18th year providing theatrical opportunities to First Coast-area students in grades 6-12. … more
The Butterfield Garage “Artist of the Month” for July is printmaker Debra Mixon Holliday, who is debuting her new series of collagraphs, “Once Around the Sun.”  An artist talk will be … more
The First Coast Cultural Center hosted its fifth annual Beaches, A Celebration of the Arts gala April 28 at the TPC Sawgrass clubhouse. The affair was rich in elegance with an Audrey … more
The latest show to grace the stage at Alhambra Theatre & Dining is perhaps the most colorful and eclectic performance the theater has ever seen. "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor … more
Scrolling through the photos on her iPhone in search of inspiration, textile artist Jessica Pinsky kept finding inexplicable images of what appeared to be blurry globules. “I’m like, ‘What … more
This summer, JaxTHRIVE volunteers are partnering with the Homeless Coalition of St. Johns County for an engaging summer art program. They are examining the work of a variety of well-known … more
In partnership with Sing Out Loud Festival and Bozard Ford Lincoln, the St. Augustine Songwriters Festival will return to historic downtown St. Augustine on Sept. 27-29. The festival offers music … more
Paint, Shrinky Dinks and chicken wire? These were among the makings of priceless works of art at Ocean Palms Elementary School, where a new grade-level art auction was unveiled, featuring artists … more
The First Coast Cultural Center is planning to host an unusual exhibit that will support free mammograms for uninsured and underinsured individuals in Jacksonville. Artists will create an … more
Musical Theatre Ponte Vedra, launched last year by theatre veterans Jason and Katie Nettle with a production of “Something Rotten,” has returned for its second year with “Mean Girls The … more
Sing Out Loud Festival, the annual celebration of music and community, has officially opened applications for its Local Artist Showcases and for local vendors that would like to sell food or goods … more
Lumen Repertory Theatre has announced the third production of its 2024 season themed “BOLD” — Slow Burn: Edward Albee’s one-acts, “The American Dream” and “The Zoo Story.” This double … more
MOCA Jacksonville, a cultural institute of the University of North Florida, has partnered with Blue Star Museums and CSX to offer free admission to the families of active duty and former military and … more
Ideas for novels may pop easily into a beginning writer’s head, but how to turn that idea into a complete novel is often a problem. Award-winning author Richard Gartee discusses the process of how … more
The hills are alive this summer with plenty of entertainment as Apex Theatre Studio gears up for its 11th season of bringing top-notch theater to St. Johns County audiences. The summer opens … more
Concerts in the Plaza, St. Augustine’s free summer-long music series, has returned to the Plaza de la Constitución with many returning favorite bands and several new ones. The two-hour … more
First Coast Cultural Center artist members are invited to submit artwork and participate in the upcoming Artists’ Salon exhibit. more
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