In the Arts
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The St. Johns Cultural Council has announced its new “Arts for All” grant program. more
MOCA Jacksonville has announced its new exhibition, “Facets: Contemporary Expressions in Sculptural Ceramics,” in partnership with the Department of Art, Art History and Design at the University of North Florida. more
Untold Stories, the renowned oral storytelling series at the Florida Theatre, is gearing up for its highly anticipated third season. more
At the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners’ regular meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 19, the board unanimously approved a public-private partnership with SJC Cultural Events Inc. more
The 2023 First Coast Dancing with the Stars event raised more than $75,000 to support the free concerts and educational programming of the Beaches Fine Arts Series. more
The Professional Artists of St. Augustine (PAStA) Fine Art Gallery, of 214 Charlotte St., St. Augustine, has announced that member artist Jenny Keyser was chosen to participate in the St. John’s County Cultural Council’s salute to the textile arts, “Threading the Margins.” more
Author Michael Wiley will speak at the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library on Sept. 19 as part of the Friends of the Library’s speaker series. more
The Professional Artists of St. Augustine (PAStA) Fine Art Gallery, of 214 Charlotte St., St. Augustine, recently announced that the First Coast Plein Air Painters (FCPAP) are exhibiting of their members’ works at the gallery for the entire month of September. more
Florida Chamber Music Project (FCMP) will open its 11th season on Sept. 17 at the Beaches Museum Chapel at the Beaches Museum at 505 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, with an all-Beethoven concert. more
Acclaimed author Elizabeth Randall has an affinity for St. Augustine. more
Experience “Delicious — Food Adventures,” a Tale Tellers of St. Augustine production, at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17 at The Waterworks, 184 San Marco Ave., St. Augustine. more
"Sheltering Hearts" is an uplifting story penned by 17-year-old author Ricky Circelli, a senior attending Ponte Vedra High School. more
The Seventh Annual Sing Out Loud Festival begins Friday, Sept. 8, in St. Augustine. more
As THE PLAYERS Championship makes preparations to celebrate its 50th anniversary, the tournament is inviting the talent of Northeast Florida to audition to perform the National Anthem before its annual Military Appreciation Ceremony and concert on March 12. more
The Jacksonville Symphony Chorus is holding auditions on Saturday, Sept. 9, at the Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts. more
The Jacksonville Symphony has announced its annual Community Concerts, presented by Haskell. more
Set sail for an evening of fine dining and Magic on the High Seas! St. Augustine Sailing has partnered with magician Bill Abbott to offer a one-of-a-kind show on board their luxury yachts. more
The First Coast is beginning to be a popular location for dinner theaters, as the latest of which opened in April with the Spotlight Center located in Fleming Island. more
Art With a Heart in Healthcare will host a fundraiser, A Fine HeART Experience, from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Sept. 16. more
EMMA Concert Association has announced its 45th season of concerts, offering classical and contemporary music by world-class orchestras and performance groups from September through May in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College. more
The Lightner Museum will be the first venue for a major new touring exhibition, “The Triumph of Nature: Art Nouveau” from the Chrysler Museum of Art. more
For First Coast artist Martha Ferguson, the historic district of St. Augustine holds endless possibilities. more
The St. Johns Cultural Council will commemorate textile arts this fall with workshops and theatrical performances at The Waterworks and an Art in Public Spaces exhibition at the St. Johns County Administration Building. more
The easy part of writing a memoir is the decision to document valuable life experiences. more
The Ximenez Fatio House Museum will host the St. Augustine Book Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 2, 9 and 16. more
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