The Community Gallery

The same visibility in our downstairs contemporary galleries is offered to amateur artists of all ages upstairs in our second floor Community Gallery. The Center draws arts patrons, professional artists, families, and educators to view work created by students and/or community members in a professional setting. Local community groups or artists looking for a minimal, D.I.Y. space to exhibit may apply to rent the space during the fall. From late fall until the end of each school year, teachers from Miami-Dade and Broward schools are invited to apply to display their students’ work for free*. Then, during the summer months, the gallery is filled with exciting exhibitions created by our Summer Arts Camp participants.  


Applications for the 2021-2022 school year are now open!
To inquire about booking a show, email
or call 954-921-3274, ext. 232. 


*Additional fees may incur for supplemental materials and reception events.

Next Exhibition: 

2nd Annual Early Voices Collaborative
Elementary Exhibition
“Everyone Is Welc

Tues., Jan. 18 - Sun., Feb 13

Students from Orange Brook and Hollywood Central Elementary Schools
collaborated in their classrooms to create artwork inspired by inclusivity
and acceptance. Part of our ongoing Early Voices Collaborative Exhibition
Program established in 2019. 

Early Voices is funded by a grant from the Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation. 

Future Exhibitions: 

Tues., February 15 – Sun., February 27, 2022 

Gulfstream Academy of Hallandale Beach K-8 


Tues., March 1 – Sun., March 13, 2022 

South Broward High School 


Tues., March 15 – Sun., April 3, 2022 

Cooper City High School 


Tues., April 5 – Sun., May 1, 2022 

Early Voices Collaborative Pre-K Exhibition 

All Feelings Welcome  

Our Fourth Annual Early Voices Collaborative Pre-K Exhibition returns during the National Week of the Young Child to showcase collaborative art created by students ages 3-5 from early learning and preschool centers. The show explores the value of art, creative expression, collaboration, and social-emotional development through yearly themes like “All Feelings Welcome.” Early Voices is funded by a grant from the Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation.