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THE COMMUNITY GALLERY

Community arts organizations, small artist collectives and arts educators are welcome and encouraged to sign up to display their or their students’ artwork in our second-floor Community Gallery. The simple-to-hang, D.I.Y. gallery space is perfect for amateur artists to share their work with our audiences. 

The fall season is the optimal time for local community groups and amateur artists groups to apply for a small fee. Starting in early winter each school year, teachers are encouraged to apply for a 2-week window in which their students’ artworks can be displayed for FREE* thanks to donations from our generous funders.

Apply TODAY for the 2022-2023 school year.

Space is limited and fills up fast so don’t miss your chance!

 

To inquire about logistics and/or set-up of the space, please email education@artandculturecenter.org or call 954-921-3274, ext. 232.

 

*Additional fees may be incurred for supplemental materials and/or reception accommodations

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Blast from the Past
Emergence

Exhibitions on view thru Mon., Dec. 19

BLAST FROM THE PAST

Blast from the Past features work from former Arts Aspire members Elizabeth Ruiz and Alejandro Luque. Arts Aspire is our leadership program for teens and young adults ages 14-25. As participants, individuals enhance their communication skills, explore possible careers in the arts and build community with others who share their interests. We are pleased our former members continue to CREATE MORE ART. Elizabeth and Alejandro’s works are digital, 2-D and 3-D creations.  

EMERGENCE

Queenie Pachigar and Emily Caravella are both on the precipice of the next stage of their lives. After completing high school at South Broward in Hollywood, they share this common moment of discovery and change. In their paintings faces move into and out of the splashy, emotional, and vibrant expressions of color that fill the space. They rely on their intuition and conscious presence to build these surfaces. Emergence from this colorful place is often partial so that the symbols we recognize as personhood straddle both worlds of knowing and not knowing. These paintings are built on their intuition, spirit, wonder, and exploration. They show the feelings of their psyche and the turmoil in the world around them. The works are a combination of paper, canvas, and wooden panel. 

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