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St. Augustine has long been home to a vibrant and diverse artistic community. more
Alfredo Gonzalez is one of the nine finalists selected by entrepreneur Richard C. Kessler of The Kessler Collection from a pool of 1,800 applicants to display his work in New York City’s Times Square and at several Grand Bohemian Galleries, including one in St. Augustine. more
The new Musical Theatre Ponte Vedra company will offer its inaugural summer camps this month. more
Sarah Bewley, who works in the department responsible for the physical security of a utilities company, will speak during the next meeting of the NE Florida Sisters in Crime, 1 p.m. July 29 at the Ponte Vedra Branch Library. more
Through Sept. 24, the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is presenting a show titled “American Made: Paintings and Sculpture from the DeMell Jacobsen Collection.” more
The Jacksonville Symphony and Music Director Courtney Lewis have unveiled a diverse slate of programming and performances, acclaimed guest conductors and world-renowned guest artists for the symphony’s 2023-24 season. more
There is just something about community theatre that makes the soul feel good, and Amelia Community Theatre is one of the places on the First Coast that offer that outlet for artists. more
In many ways summer presents opportunities for quality time with family and loved ones, but it can be interesting at times to find unique things to do together. more
Laura Pawlik is enjoying the notoriety The Next Original has brought her. more
Hello, wonderful Ponte Vedra Beach Community! more
A roundup of musical acts appearing soon at local venues. more
The Professional Artists of St. Augustine (PAStA) Fine Art Gallery, of 214 Charlotte St., St. Augustine, welcomes new acrylic painter Tracy Lavely to its co-operative art gallery. more
Apex Theatre Studio is presenting its 10th annual summer theatre series with two contemporary Broadway hits. more
The Jacksonville Symphony has received a two-year, $200,000 competitive grant award from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund in support of its efforts to increase racial diversity within the orchestra. more
The FSCJ Artist Series Broadway in Jacksonville sponsored by VyStar Credit Union, has announced the 2023-24 Broadway season shows coming to the Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts. more
“Disney’s Beauty and the Beast,” on stage now through July 30 at Alhambra Theatre & Dining, transports the audience back to the Disney renaissance of the 1990s, when musical extravaganzas rendered in a rich tradition of 2D animation arguably achieved the pinnacle of what Walt had set in motion. more
Alhambra After Dark will present “Elvis: Nothing But The Hits!” on Sept. 20-24 at Alhambra Theatre & Dining, 12000 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville. more
Here’s a look at each of the novels of Kaye D. Schmitz. more
Kaye D. Schmitz is an award-winning author of four published novels, the first being “The Consort Conspiracy, A Covington Family Mystery,” published in 2017. more
Here’s a look at what’s happening in the arts locally. more
Gazing upon Linda Sperruzzi’s paintings, one feels a sense of tranquility. more
Sound Connections Music Therapy program held its year-end school performances May 17-22. more
Jennifer Wolfe, founder and executive director of Women Writing for (a) Change Jacksonville, will lead an interactive writing circle at this month’s FWA Ponte Vedra Writers group meeting. more
Florida Chamber Music Project (FCMP) will end its 10th season on Sunday, June 4, with a program of Brahms and Schumann. Joining FCMP will be pianist Hyunsoon Whang. more
Beaches Fine Arts Series closes its 50th anniversary season of concerts featuring performers from its history by presenting the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in a concert of patriotic music, celebrating Memorial Day weekend on Friday, May 26. more
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