The South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship Program offers the largest regional, government-sponsored artists’ grants in the United States, awarding fellowships to resident visual and media artists from the counties of Broward, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Palm Beach. In addition to receiving the grant, the artists take part in an exhibition hosted and organized by a visual arts institution in one of the five counties. This year’s exhibition will be hosted at the Center.
Ages 8 – 14
Thursdays, 4:30 – 6:30pm
Session 1: September 21 – December 16, 2017 (No class on November 23)
Performance: Saturday, December 16, 2017, 7pm
Stage Kids puts students on center stage to perform musical selections ranging anywhere from the classics to today’s top hits! Students will be immersed in performance techniques such as voice, acting, and movement while gaining skills in character development, projection, articulation, creative thinking, and concentration. Each session will end in a show-stopping final performance for family and friends.
How’s It Goin’ offers us a warm iridescent greeting when passing through the Center as a historic 1924, Spanish Mediterranean style site designed by Addison Mizner. Jen Clay’s shimmery chiffon utilizes light humor and encourages us as a culture to communicate in more casual and candid ways.
Neon Library emits a warm glow and flanks the chandelier in the William and Norma Horvitz Art Reference Library with two neon brackets, quoting the history of the Center and demonstrating that artists can engage historic spaces. Amanda Keeley is an artist with an archivist and activist approach.
You are invited to attend The Galleria’s South Florida Ford Men of Style presented by Signature Grand and Orchard Supply Hardware. This special evening of food, fashion and fun recognizes 12 of Broward’s leading men as honorees, each representing a participating charity. The Art and Culture Center’s honoree for 2017 is Ben Wesley.
The David and Francie Horvitz Family Foundation is matching 1:1 any new or increased gifts to the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood.
To help raise the full $25,000 match in Year 3 of this three-year Matching Challenge Grant, please consider one of three giving options.
Program is ongoing. Meetings are held once a month on select Monday evenings.
This program promotes strong leadership skills as well as college and career readiness for youth ages 14-18. Students will develop individual and team-building skills that prepare them for success in their schools and community, college, and future employment.
The Art and Culture Center offers private instruction for students of all ages and skill levels. These one-on-one lessons give students the ability to progress at their own pace, allowing them to gain full understanding of the discipline being taught.