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The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood offers rentals of four distinct spaces in three stand-alone facilities, each with its respective advantages and capabilities for your event. Center management works with its clients to find the perfect venue with the flexibility to host from 30 guests to 500+ patrons. Tours are available for the Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center, the historic Kagey Home gallery facility, which houses our contemporary art exhibitions, and the Arts School.
Discounts are available for nonprofits, Hollywood organizations, and returning clients.
Parking is free and each facility is a short walk or drive to restaurants, shopping, and accommodations in downtown Hollywood.
Performing Arts Center
(Theater and Lobby)
1770 Monroe St. (US-1 and Monroe St.)
The Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center (HCPAC) is a 500-seat theater located at U.S. 1 (Federal Highway) and Monroe Street, just two blocks south of ArtsPark at Young Circle. HCPAC features full theatrical lighting and audio, a digital projector and drop-down screen, spotlights, choral risers/multi-level platforms, and more. Live streaming from the theater is also available. Visitors enter to a grand lobby with café seating that can also be rented separately for receptions, parties, meetings, and performances.
Kagey Home Galleries
1650 Harrison Street
Capacity: 175 (125 downstairs/50 upstairs)
One of South Florida’s oldest buildings, the Kagey Home was built in 1924 in the Mediterranean Revival architecture style that remains to this day.
The two-story facility was renovated in 1992 to feature three distinct contemporary gallery spaces downstairs and an upstairs Community Gallery. The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood presents up to 15 contemporary exhibitions year-round in three separate areas -- our Main Gallery and two smaller galleries.
On the second floor, The Community Gallery, includes art exhibitions, a large, smart television with internet and audio/visual capabilities that provide livestream capacity to your audience and guests.
The Center is located just one block east of the ArtsPark at Young Circle on the corner of Harrison Street and
1626 Harrison Street
Located adjacent to the Kagey Home galleries on the 1.2-acre Art and Culture Center/Hollywood campus, the Arts School is styled like a winter cottage, offering an intimate space with two unique rooms, small kitchen, a covered patio and gated yard. The Arts School is home to the Center’s Summer Arts Camp, after-school programs, and private lessons.