Member’s art is on display at the Island Art Association, come in and vote on your favorite piece of “Weird Stuff.”
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Island Art Association is inviting everyone to a reception from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.
Arts Alive promotes the arts and provides opportunities and education to children who would otherwise have little to no access.
The artists are selling framed and unframed art, prints, cards, art supplies and equipment all at slashed low low prices.
The selected design must be an original piece of art designed by the submitting artist and could result in $1,000 or more for the artist!
Elio Camacho will assist students in capturing the mood of the moment and express themselves in a bold and colorful way.
Fernandina Beach is a community that truly supports a shop local economy, and interacting with the producer of your purchases is a bonus!
Newer vendors to the Fernandina Arts Market include hand-crafted 3-way aprons, amazing artistic bowls, and Pawsitively Purrfect Pet Accessories.
The Fernandina Beach Police Department has charged two King’s Bay sailors with the May 6th burglary of the Island Art Association
The Kindness Queen will be making a royal appearance at the Arts Market and will be reading from her children’s book, Kitty Kitty’s Unusual Fishing Trip
Micah’s Place Honors Student Artists in 7th Annual ContestMicah’s Place Honors Student Artists in 7th Annual Contest
The contest’s theme, Love Shouldn’t Hurt, was demonstrated by students grades K-12 through drawings, photography, and wood carving
You’ll want to come early to this Monthly Meeting of the Island Art Association because it is bound to be standing room only.
70 students displayed artwork from Fernandina Beach High School, Yulee High, Hilliard Middle-Senior High, and West Nassau High.
The 12th Annual Nassau County High School Art Exhibit opens with a reception and light refreshments on March 11, 2014
Arts Alive Nassau provides arts opportunities and education to children in Nassau who have limited access to the arts.