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The Jacksonville Symphony has announced its 75th season. more
The Florida Writers Association has named “Ron’s World: All the Times I Died” its current Book of the Month selection. more
The Professional Artists of St. Augustine (PAStA) has announced the addition of renowned artist Deborah Lightfield to its collective. more
San Marco Books and More has announced that author Jodi Picoult will be coming to Jacksonville on Aug. 24. more
“At the Ballet II” will unite music and dance in a Jacksonville Symphony Coffee Series event this week. more
On Sunday, June 2, the Singers by the Sea will present their yearly spring concert, “Coming Home To Music.” more
The FSCJ Artist Series has released its 2024-2025 shows for the upcoming Broadway in Jacksonville season sponsored by VyStar Credit Union. more
The Friends of Ponte Vedra Concert Hall announced that they are establishing the first-ever music scholarship at the North Florida School of Special Education. more
In connection with the 100th anniversary celebration of the relationship between St. Augustine and its sister city, Aviles, Spain, local artist Martha Ferguson has been selected to travel to Aviles in August and participate in activities with a Spanish artist in St. Augustine during September. more
Musical Theatre Ponte Vedra, now in its second year, will present “Mean Girls” in June. more
MOCA Jacksonville has announced two more free access days each month, sponsored by Florida Blue, one of the museum’s new Centennial Sponsors. more
“Peter Pan” will be presented in June by students at Zoika’s Dance. more
Players by the Sea, a community theater in Jacksonville Beach, has announced its second show in the 59th season: “Trouble in Mind." more
On Thursday, May 2, the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum (CEAM), located at 48 Sevilla St. on the historic Flagler College campus, hosted an Art Portfolio Exhibition for some of the school’s soon-to-be graduates. more
The final concert of Beaches Fine Arts Series’ 51st Season brings Emilio Solla and Tributango as a special Mother’s Day concert on May 12. more
Alhambra Theater & Dining, 12000 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, is offering a special ticket sale now through Mother’s Day. more
The next Sundays At Stetson’s concert, at 2 p.m. May 12, will feature Tampa-area singer-songwriter Mike Worrall, who has taken the Florida folk and Americana scene by storm. more
First Coast Cultural Center will host an exhibit for fiber artist Jessica Pinsky beginning with an artist opening reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. May 21 at 6000B Sawgrass Village Circle in Ponte Vedra Beach. The exhibit will continue through July 5. more
The First Coast Cultural Center’s fifth annual Beaches, A Celebration of the Arts gala took on an enhanced level of elegance Sunday, April 28, with an Audrey Hepburn/“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” theme. more
Butterfield Garage Art Gallery recently invited the entire community to exercise their creative chops around the theme “Influences.” more
Since the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall first tested its viability as a musical venue, something became immediately clear: This modest, out-of-the-way, former church had the potential to attract major stars to its small stage. more
Florida Chamber Music Projects (FCMP) will perform quartets by Haydn and Schumann on May 6 as part of the St. Augustine Romanza Festivale of Music and the Arts. more
With 100 years of history in the books – or on the canvas – the St. Augustine Art Association is celebrating its centennial with an art show spanning the century. more
The St. Johns Cultural Council recently announced that Christina Parrish Stone will retire from her role as executive director at the end of the current fiscal year on Sept. 30. more
Artist Jack Graves III is on a journey of discovery. more
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