In the Arts
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Fiber artist Amy Dove is Butterfield Garage’s latest featured artist. more
Some artists have a very strong local presence. Others are recognized worldwide. But only a select few can boast that their work is on the Moon. more
The St. Augustine Art Association has announced the 19th Annual St. Johns All-County High School Art Show, featuring work from more than 150 students in grades nine through 12 thanks to a community outreach partnership with St. Johns County Schools. more
When Reedy Press contacted Amy Angelilli about writing a St. Augustine edition for its “100 Things to Do Before You Die” series, the local entrepreneur quickly realized how daunting the task would be — because the Nation’s Oldest City simply has too much to offer. more
Brenda Mauney Councill, now living in North Carolina, returned to the community where she grew up to create the world’s only life-sized sculpture of one of Florida’s most famous residents: Harriet Beecher Stowe. more
St. Johns Cultural Council, which promotes arts, culture and heritage, has announced its Fourth Annual Haiku Contest. more
Shutta Crum writes books for children and poetry for adults. more
The Lumen Repertory Theatre’s inaugural production of its 2024 season will be the compelling drama “A Small Fire” by Obie Award winner Adam Bock. more
St. Johns Cultural Council has selected two local artists to present solo exhibitions for its Art in Public Spaces program. more
St. Johns Cultural Council, which promotes arts, culture and heritage in St. Johns County, has announced the recipients of its inaugural “Arts for All” grants. more
New York Times bestselling author Lisa Black writes with authority about crime investigations. more
The St. Augustine Art Association is celebrating its centennial with an art show of epic proportions. more
A landmark work of art is taking shape in Mandarin — and the public will have an opportunity this weekend to witness the artist in action. more
Christ Church Creative Academy performers will present nine performances of the beloved musical, “The Sound of Music,” with the first show opening Thursday, Feb. 8. more
A look at what’s happening in the arts locally. more
Look up “Things to Do” in St. Augustine and the thousands of results can be a bit overwhelming. more
The First Coast Cultural Center has formally opened at its new location with arts, culture, community activities and a gift shop. more
Twenty-three years ago, the idea to have a book festival in Amelia Island took shape and now that idea has become a part of the local community’s annual traditions, which this year will be held Feb. 23 and 24. more
The Beaches Fine Arts Series will present the VIDA Guitar Quartet in a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2. more
The Butterfield Garage featured artist for February will be Tess Blum presenting “Works in Glass,” a collection of glass mosaics and stained glass capturing the radiance and luminosity of Florida’s natural beauty. more
My husband and I hosted a book event dinner party with Brian Kilmeade, co-host of “Fox and Friends,” at our home in Sawgrass Country Club. more
The St. Augustine Art Association has been a mainstay in the local arts community for a century as the organization celebrated its creation 100 years to the day with a ceremony on Jan. 18. more
One of the biggest musicals in history will take the stage Feb. 1-5 at Ponte Vedra High School. more
The Beaches Fine Arts Series will present the Galvin Cello Quartet, winner of the 2022 Concert Artists Guild Competition, at 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21, at St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, 465 11th Ave. North, Jacksonville Beach. more
Ovico Gallery will present contemporary masterpieces by African artist Chike Onuorah, a Nigerian-born painter, as part of Black History Month. more
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