Ponce Inlet Programs in the Park and Educational Programs

Grandparents Day Celebration Saturday, September 10, 2022 @ 10:00 AM Come tour the museum, create a keepsake together with your grandchild and enjoy an old-fashioned favorite snack! This is also an Echo Ranger Event. Ponce Inlet Historical Museum 143 Beach Street, outside on the lawn. Free; RSVP by 7/27 required:Jennifer; Jlagreca@ponce-inlet.org or (386)761-2408 Lecture Series-Natives for Newbies Tuesday, September 13, 2022 @ 10:30 AM Meet Sande Habali of … Continue reading Ponce Inlet Programs in the Park and Educational Programs

Learn Creative Caregiving through New Program

The city of Daytona Beach Shores is partnering with Atlantic Center for the Arts to offer a new Creative Caregiving program for caregivers and their care partners. Register Now for the new Artistic Program for Caregivers Registration is now open for this free program, with each session limited to 20 people (10 pairs of caregivers with care partner – CNA/HHA welcome). Creative Caregiving will be … Continue reading Learn Creative Caregiving through New Program

Volusia’s Most Instagrammable Street Art

Photos/Text by Discovery Map of Daytona and NSB Sidestepping from Volusia County’s coastal byways can get pretty artsy if you know where to look. Because our most “Instagrammable” street art is often hidden, here is a top five countdown that paints the way from north to south: 5. Ormond Garage A sea of sepia-toned spectators and Model-T Fords create a dramatic backdrop at Ormond Garage. … Continue reading Volusia’s Most Instagrammable Street Art

Trouble in Paradise @ Jane’s Art Center

Group Exhibit – Trouble in Paradise On Display: April 27 – May 29, 2021 Opening Reception: May 1st, 4-7pm An idiom used to describe problems in positive situations.   Selected artists have focused on environmental issues, and their artworks express an environmental message; that public behavior can initiate environmental changes with reference to something that touches them personally. Jane’s Art Center is located at 199 Downing … Continue reading Trouble in Paradise @ Jane’s Art Center

Holly Hill Arts Festival

April 10 – 11 @ Sunrise Park, Holly Hill On April 10 & 11, 2021, Helping Hands Thru Arts will present the Holly Hill Arts Festival featuring 80+ local and national Juried Fine Artists and Creative Crafters. The Festival will be held in Sunrise Park, 1135 Riverside Drive in Holly Hill. The Festival is FREE to the public and family friendly. There will be food … Continue reading Holly Hill Arts Festival

Art Fiesta and Chalk It Up! Competition

Enjoy an eclectic mix of live music, delicious street food, and the timeless qualities of fine art when 175 artists & crafters display & sell their works while competing for $19,000 in cash prizes and purchase awards at the 59th Annual Art Fiesta on Old Fort Park and along Sams Avenue, Julia Street, and Canal Street on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and … Continue reading Art Fiesta and Chalk It Up! Competition

Paxton Motors, circa 1940, at what is now Arts on Douglas

Arts on Douglas in NSB Celebrates 25 Years

Featured image: Paxton Motors, circa 1940, at what is now Arts on Douglas. All images provided by Arts on Douglas On this date 25 years ago we opened our doors at 123 Douglas Street and have been promoting the work and careers of professional Florida artists at this location ever since. Over the past 25 years, we have worked with hundreds of artists, opened over … Continue reading Arts on Douglas in NSB Celebrates 25 Years

Creativity is Contagious: Art in Public Spaces

As a young budding artist growing up in NSB, I don’t remember seeing art outside of gallery spaces. My family would take me to museums, festivals and art shows to see the world from a larger perspective. I was blessed to be able to go to the Smithsonian, visit all of the historic places in Washington D.C., enjoy free music concerts while we sat on … Continue reading Creativity is Contagious: Art in Public Spaces

ACA Plans to Develop a New Program for Blind and Low-sighted Youth

The Atlantic Center for the Arts (ACA) will launch its Young Sound Seekers program on August 22, 2020. This five-year initiative is made possible by a grant award from the National Park Service Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division. The program encourages the appreciation of natural sounds and will help overcome barriers to access by creating a safe, undistracted outdoor space for blind and low-sighted … Continue reading ACA Plans to Develop a New Program for Blind and Low-sighted Youth

ECHO Gallery Issues Call for Artists

Can you create a masterpiece from recycled materials? If so, the ECHO Gallery Committee would like to hear from you. Members are seeking artwork depicting the theme “Too good to be threw: Art from recycled materials” for an exhibit that will run inside the Ocean Center’s ECHO Gallery, 101 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach. Individual artists, commercial businesses, nonprofit agencies, educational institutions and government agencies … Continue reading ECHO Gallery Issues Call for Artists