Teen Arts Ambassadors adopt Dacshund Rescue South Florida
The Art and Culture Center’s Teen Arts Ambassador program has adopted the Dachshund Rescue South Florida (DRSF) as their non-profit organization this year.
“The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood raised more than $60,000 at its 19th Annual Cuisine for Art fundraiser, which was held at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Friday, May 20. This year’s event honored #1 New York Times best-selling author Brad Meltzer, who gave an inspiring speech on the value of the arts.”
The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is thrilled to be a recipient of a Knight Arts Challenge grant to expand its Distance Learning Arts Studio program.
Help us match our Challenge grant. Your donation will provide matching funds for this prestigious award from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood held its most successful Hot Hollywood Glam fundraiser to date as nearly 300 people attended the soiree themed “Hot Havana Nights.” The fundraiser, held on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016, raised more the $30,000 for the Center’s program.
Are you an artist or engaged in creative pursuits? Do you need affordable space to live, work, create, rehearse or perform? If so, we want to hear from you!
Our goal? To develop new affordable space for living, working and creating in DOWNTOWN HOLLYWOOD.
Photos of individuals of all ages who live or work in Hollywood make up the InsideOut Downtown Hollywood mural, which was installed on Saturday, June 13. The InsideOut project is part of a unique global photography art project and is in celebration of Broward100 Centennial Celebration.
On August, 14, 2015, South Florida Arts Beat interviewed Jeff Rusnak, Director of Development with the Hollywood Art and Culture Center. He describes community outreach programs and upcoming exhibitions for the new season.
To listen to the full interview, click here