In the Arts
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Extraordinary works of art were on public display this past weekend during the annual Sawgrass Country Club Member & Employee Art Show. more
Players by the Sea, Jacksonville Beach’s premiere community theatre, is introducing a new series, Cabaret Collection: Legends and Rising Legends opening this weekend. more
Sweet Art Gallery, 310 Front St., Ste 875, Ponte Vedra Beach, is planning an opening exhibition for artist Al Razza from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 13. more
The Art of the Possible event will be held in conjunction with Asado Life, a renowned waterfront restaurant in St. Augustine. more
The Jacksonville Symphony will present Georges Bizet's timeless and cherished opera, “Carmen,” on April 12 and 14. more
Vincent Dubois, the titular organist at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, will perform a free concert April 14 at St. John’s Cathedral. more
Florida Chamber Music Project’s will celebrate the father of the string quartet, Joseph Haydn, along with Robert Schumann at its Sunday, April 7, performance. more
On April 9, The Friends of the Ponte Vedra Beach Library will present Simon Shiao, violin professor since 2003 at the University of North Florida. more
Butterfield Garage’s featured artist for April, Richlin Burnett-Ryan, presents “Exuberance,” a series of vibrant multi-media works full of color and life. A First Friday artist talk at 6 p.m. April 5 will be an opportunity to learn about her approach and inspiration. more
The St. Johns Cultural Council, which promotes local arts, culture and heritage, is recognizing the 250th anniversary of William Bartram’s travels throughout St. Johns County with an Art in Public Spaces exhibition featuring the work of 24 local artists. more
The world premiere of the feature film “Rights of a Father” will be held on June 15 at the Ritz Theater located at 829 North Davis Street in Jacksonville. more
The 28th Annual Gamble Rogers Folk Festival will feature 81 artists performing on four stages. It will be held from April 12 to 14 at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds located at 5840 on State Road 207 in Elkton. more
St. Augustine’s Romanza Festivale of Music and The Arts and the St. Johns Cultural Council have partnered to present The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra during the 2024 Romanza event. more
Some might say the waterways, marshes and narrow paths that lead to the beaches of St. Augustine are a bit magical, evoking a calm serenity that is as unique as the little town that harbors them. more
Artists and art aficionados are invited to experience the 8th Annual St. Augustine Plein Air Paint Out, hosted by the St. Augustine Art Association. more
A group of dancers from Ponte Vedra Ballet & Dance Company have earned admission into highly competitive and esteemed ballet summer intensives across the United States. more
The Gamble Rogers Folk Festival has celebrated the life and musical legacy of St. Augustinian Gamble Rogers for more than 27 years. more
“The Road to Picolata” could be a coming-of-age story or it could be a war story. more
Here’s a look at what’s happening in the arts locally. more
Award-winning country music artist Cole Swindell performs Tuesday, March 12, on the Island Green at TPC Sawgrass during THE PLAYERS Championship Military Appreciation Day festivities. Here are some photos from the day. more
The Beaches Fine Arts Series will present award-winning pianist Llewellyn Sánchez-Werner in a free concert Friday, March 22. more
The Museum of Science & History (MOSH), in partnership with The Ritz Theatre and Museum, will present the second annual POWER event — a vibrant celebration of Black art, history and culture in Northeast Florida. more
The Beaches Fine Arts Series will present the Kenari Quartet in a free concert of great saxophone music on Sunday, March 10, at St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, Jacksonville Beach. more
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum (CEAM) and Flagler College have announced a new exhibit curated by Laura Novoa and Adler Guerrier. more
With an enormous installation by acclaimed artist Frank Stella dominating its atrium and a sizable crowd of supporters gathered for the festivities, the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville marked its centennial in grand style Thursday, Feb. 29. more
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