Summer Field Trips and Group Tours
Looking for a fun and enriching activity for your group this summer?
The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood has family-friendly exhibitions every summer that are always a hit with summer camp field trips and other groups. This summer promises to be no exception, with three intriguing exhibitions that run from June 11 to August 21, 2016:
- Kenton Parker: Everything Counts in Small Amounts
- Carmen Tiffany: The Teeth Beneath My Feet
- Aurora Molina: Selfie
All group tours (minimum 10 people) are provided with a guided talk. After completing the exhibition tour, visitors are invited to make their own creations in the interactive area.
Schedule your field trip today!
Field Trip Forms
For reservations call 954. 921. 3274, or email groups@ArtAndCultureCenter.org.
Please see reservation form guidelines and tour policies.
Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – 3:30 pm
Additional hours and days may be available upon request.
Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – 5 pm
Saturday – Sunday, noon – 4 pm
Field Trip Costs
$6 for adults, $3 for students, seniors, and children ages 17 and under. Please note that all groups ages 17 and under require one adult chaperone for every 10 children.
Take I-95 to Hollywood Blvd. (Exit 20). Proceed east on Hollywood Blvd 1.6 miles. The Art and Culture Center Gallery is located at 1650 Harrison Street, one block east of US-1 and one block south of Hollywood Boulevard on the corner of South 17th Avenue and Harrison Street. Bus parking is located in the east parking lot. Parking is free.
Kenton Parker: Everything Counts in Small Amounts
Everything Counts in Small Amounts consists of intimate life-sized structures where people dream, and share gestures of friendship. The gallery will be converted into a journey through a charmed landscape.
A wooden treehouse will invite visitors to enter, lay down, and view a video of the night sky. A flower shop filled with potted plants and gardening tools can be peered into.
Paintings on canvas translate the artist’s solitary walks in nature using pastel colors and abstract gestural dots and marks.
The exhibition will also include smaller sculptures and installations that come out of the artist’s ongoing collaboration with his mother, including hand-made quilts and care packages.
Kenton Parker’s work is about setting a stage for innocence, for steadfast friendship, for sharing and helping, and for letting go and moving on. In these structures, Parker channels every child’s escapist fantasy of a hideaway, a special place in which they can be themselves, invite their favorite friends, and be close to nature.
After experiencing the galleries, visitors will have an opportunity to create special cards and art pieces in the interactive area.
Visitors – young and old alike – can draw, color, glue, and collage a work of art of their own. Handmade creations inspired by nature will serve as an outlet to express the assortment of emotions being felt. The pieces can be cherished or shared with others to enjoy. In doing so, we are all reminded to stop and appreciate nature, love, and happiness happening all around us.
Carmen Tiffany: The Teeth Beneath My Feet
Carmen Tiffany uses drawing, animation, and installation to create a narrative of a lost American West with its own forgotten culture.
Aurora Molina: Selfie
Aurora Molina’s hand-embroidered Selfie machines examine a culture of spectacle, celebrity, and self-esteem.
Image: Kenton Parker, Flower shop – Always Sorry, 2013, Mixed media, Dimensions variable, Courtesy of Primary Projects and photography by Zack Balber
Kenton Parker: Everything Counts in Small Amounts is funded in part by a Cultural Tourism Program grant from the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council and Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau; and Visit Florida.
The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported in part by its members, admissions, private entities, the City of Hollywood, the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council; and the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. We welcome donations from all members of the community who wish to support our work.