Community Gallery

The Community Gallery affords the opportunity for amateur artists to gain widespread exposure to arts patrons, professional artists, educators and community members. The Gallery showcases original works of art by students and/or community groups in the Center’s upstairs gallery. These group exhibitions are presented at no cost to K-12 schools and Early Childhood Centers located in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. Community organizations are also invited to exhibit artwork in the space. Each exhibition is created and curated by the community groups and/or teacher from the school and is on display for 3 to 4 weeks. During the summer months, we feature artwork from the Center’s summer camp participants.

Applications for the 2019-2020 school year are now closed.

To inquire about booking a show for the 2020-2021 school year,
email or
call 954-921-3274, ext. 232.

2019 – 2020 Exhibitions

October 25 – December 1
The HeArt of the Center
Through education, innovation and collaboration, the Center has impacted the hearts of those who visit our galleries since opening its doors in 1975. This is due to the wonderful staff, teachers, Board members, partnering organizations and the families that have called the Center home. This exhibition represents the creative and passionate artists that make up the Center’s staff, Board members and their families.

December 4 – 15
Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School | Miami, FL
A mixed media presentation of art, photography and sculpture which seeks to challenge traditional modes of creative expression and conceptual interpretation of the word “blended”.

December 18 – January 12
Cooper City High School | Cooper City, FL
Reception: Sunday, January 12, 2020 | Noon – 2 pm

January 15 – February 2
South Broward High School | Hollywood, FL
A Century Later
This annual exhibition was created by South Broward High School art students in grades 10-12. Most of the students featured in the exhibit are members of South Broward High’s National Art Honor Society and are dedicated to making and learning about art. The students researched and discussed the period of time in American History around the Roaring Twenties. Their photography, drawings, paintings and sculptures revolve around this topic and include images that show fashion statements, political ideas, cars, film, art styles and more. The students, most of whom are graduating in spring, 2020, came up with the title based on the theme.

February 5 – February 23
The Healing Hearts Project
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School | Parkland, FL
The Healing Hearts Project and Yoga4MSD present a mixed media exhibition of Heart Art designed and created by students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The students were given the theme of “LOVE” and asked to create a painting inspired by that theme. The exhibition will also feature works created by artists from around the country who created art for The Healing Hearts Project.

February 26 – March 19
NSU University School | Davie, FL
Digital Photography Senior Students curated by Brian Gefen

This exhibition highlights images created by a group of Senior Digital Photography students who have been in the program for multiple years. All of the images in this exhibition have been digitally manipulated in some way. Creating these digital compositions is not only a technical challenge – it is also a conceptual challenge. The students were tasked with composing digital images that not only expressed their personal vision, but also showcased their photographic and technical skills. By titling this exhibition Depiction, these images were chosen to best illustrate the students’ photographic and digital talent.

April 13 – May 3
Early Voices Collaborative Exhibition: Wonder
Featuring works submitted from early learning centers from Broward and Miami-Dade counties

May 7 – June 10
Yearbook Contest
Hollywood Hills Elementary School | Hollywood, FL