Frimaire is the Color of Adolescent Sunset is a series of site-specific installations by local and national artists and educators who explore discoveries between experimentation and academic practice with lighting, sets, sculpture, and
performance. Jane Cassidy, Laura Gomez Bustamante, Peter Symons, and Justin Long are contributing artists.
The Arts Aspire program promotes strong leadership as well as college and career readiness for students and young adults ages 14-21. Arts Aspire activities at all three levels take place in a professional environment in which participants interact with business and community leaders, cultural organizations, non-profits, K-12 schools, universities, as well as families and patrons who take part in Center programs.
For a fun, engaging and creatively stimulating experience, schedule your next group tour at the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood, one of only eight major cultural institutions located in Broward County. The Center offers critically acclaimed international and regional contemporary fine arts programming. Our exhibitions include diverse themes, featuring art in every medium from painting and sculpture to film, digital animation, photography, installation, and other mixed media. Experience accessible, cutting-edge contemporary art programs that delight and stimulate visitors of all ages. Bring your group or class in for an interactive experience.
When inanimate objects reflect cultural concerns, historical narratives, and playful humor, it becomes clear that artists project their impressions of history into figurative works to better understand contemporary society. The sculptures, puppets, and installations in Personify engage new audiences and ask for participation. Art-making activities will be available for gallery visitors and tour groups in an immersive installation by Jim Hammond, marionettes will be on view and engaged with for the opening of Pablo Cano’s work, and an installation about the life and inventions of Nikola Tesla by Jeanne Jaffe will hang delicately from the Immersive Gallery ceiling.
We would like to share our excitement and gratitude following Tuesday’s Special Election, in which residents in the City of Hollywood approved all three items on the Let’s Go Hollywood Ballot Referendum. As a result of this vote, the City has allocated funds through the Parks, Open Space, Recreational and Cultural Facilities category to expand educational, performance and gallery spaces at our city-owned campus at 1650 Harrison Street.
Join us for the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood’s 22nd Annual Cuisine for Art fundraiser, which will take place in the newly constructed Event Center at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
This fundraiser features elected officials and community leaders serving as Celebrity Waiters during an exciting and entertaining evening. Guests enjoy complimentary wine, beer, vodka cocktails, a three-course dinner, live entertainment, and awards presentation.
Join our Stage Kids, Stage Kids Encore, ARTastic Collaborations, and private lesson students as they take the stage in our Session 2 Showcase! Students will perform musical numbers from The Greatest Showman and Circus Circus as well as today’s favorite hits.
Join us over a Moscow Mule as we listen to “Those Bits of Data Will Consume You” and the “Automated Algorithmic Chance Routine” while Rafael Vargas Bernard reads about Brock Pierce’s life and business endeavors, encouraging us to engage with his kinetic sound sculptures. Rafa has been selected to be one of our 2019/2020 solo artists for an exhibition series funded by the Mauer Family Foundation.
The mission of Early Voices is to give a voice to the value of art, creative expression, and social-emotional development within early education. For this project, the Center has partnered with early learning centers in Broward County to bring attention to the vital role the arts play in pre-K education.
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.
As the third oldest arts nonprofit in Broward County, the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood has impacted hundreds of thousands of people through its innovative, high-quality programming in the visual and performing arts.
In 2018, we will continue to reach new milestones and build on our history. To do this, we ask you to show your support by making a tax-deductible contribution to the Center.