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Marvin S Cone 29th Annual High School Juried Art Show
Featuring the art work more than 50 students from our five local high schools.
Opens Thursday, April 23. 4:30-7pm.
Runs through May 23.
Tues-Fri, 10 am - 4 pm
Sat 11-2 pm
GRANT WRITING with Karen Climer
April 21, 2015, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.
You won’t want to miss this engaging and hands-on session! Plan to work on actual grant questions and be ready for all your deadlines this summer!
We're so excited to bring Tony back to his hometown! As a SFHS alumni, Tony has gone on to do great things as an illustrator and author! Come hear the interview at StarStruck Theater on May 14th. For more details and tickets...
The Arts Council Inc has been a leader in the arts community for more than 30 years. By providing services to visual and performing artists, arts organizations, students and the public, the Arts Council strives to instill a passion for and participation in the arts.
Be a part of Martin County's first women's giving circle and support great arts projects and artists throughout our community. It's a great chance to meet other women who have a passion for the arts and want to be philanthropic. It really makes a difference. Learn more here...
News & Announcements
- Posted on 04/15/2015
"Music has a great power for bringing people together. With so many forces in this world driving wedges between people, it's important to preserve those things that help us experience our common humanity." -- Ted Turner
- Posted on 04/09/2015
The Marvin S. Cone 29th Annual High School Juried Art Show recognizes the artistic talents of our high school students with an Awards Reception on Thursday, April 23 at the Court House Cultural Center Galleries. Their teachers, parents, school officials and sponsors of the event will be present for the awards presentation.
- Posted on 04/08/2015
“The arts—music, creative writing, drawing, dance—provide skills sought by employers of the 3rd” Nobel laureates in the sciences are 17 times more likely to be actively engaged in the arts than average scientists. - from Ready to Innovate, The Conference Board.