GraciousJaneMarie.com has released Jane Marie Malcolm’s “Amelia Island’s Velvet Undertow.”
The romance of southern landscape by Serfei Orgunov is on display at the Watersheel Art Gallery.
The Blue Door Artists is made up of local contemporary artists, stop by and meet the artists and enjoy a glass of wine.
This is a walking tour of several art galleries located in downtown Fernandina Beach, Florida.
There will be a reception and exhibit of new work on display at the Open House and Art Exhibit at the Plantation Artist‚Äôs Guild and Gallery.
The Island Art Association is inviting the public to their November general meeting for the opportunity to participate in the guest artist demonstration.
The mandatory workshop for recipients of tuition assistance or scholarships will now be held November 14th.
This year Amelia Arts Academy will show their donors how much they are appreciated in a very special way.
If you share a love of reading, or love to read and share, this is your opportunity to explore information received from publishers and meet others who understand your passion for books.
The Amelia Arts Academy is offering another free class in honor of National Arts & Humanities Month with a Mommy and NOT ME Portraiture workshop.
The McArthur Family YMCA will be showcasing local talent to increase awareness of the arts and humanities on Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach and the surrounding area in NE Florida.
The Third on Third Amelia Island Museum of History event features a presentation, reception and booksigning by Ann Chinn and Dr. Charles E. Cobb
With an operating budget of just over $2 million, generous contributions of money and volunteer hours are relied upon to continue the services that the Nassau County Council on Aging provides.
The Opening Reception for the juried Nouveau Art Show, “Island Festivals”, will be held on October 10, 5:30 to 8pm at the Island Art Association Gallery located at 18 N. Second St.
You still have time to view the art exhibit called Visual Rhythms at First Coast Community Bank. This FREE art display continues through November.