Monday - Friday
9:00AM - 05:00PM
Tuesday - Friday
10:00AM - 05:00PM
Saturday - Sunday
12:00PM - 4:00PM
The Center is thrilled to host the 2023 South Florida Cultural Consortium.
The 2023 SFCC Awarded Recipients
Molly Aubry, Hermes BerrÍo, Liene Bosquê, lou anne colodny, Nicole Doran, Richard Garet, Regina Durante Jestrow, Beth Kaminstein, Kim Llerena, Vincent Miranda, William Osorio, Jacoub Reyes, Anastasia Samoylova, Tom Scicluna, Monica Sorelle, misael soto, Tyler Buckheim Trosset, Ricardo E. Zulueta
Join us for this engaging, action-packed class focused on giving you a taste of some of the skills that improvisational comedy can give you!
Saturday, January 20, 2024
3 - 5 pm
The fourth film in the Center’s Open Dialogues series, Gen QueerZ gives voice to college and university students who are among the first generation to be “out” while attending high school and living at home.
Black Voices |
The Center's documentary short film focuses on what social justice looks and feels like for Black Americans, as told through the narratives and performances of eight community leaders in Broward County.
to view our documentary now
at South Florida PBS