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R E C O MME ND E D


State of the Arts


PERUSE WORKS BY TALENTED LOCAL ARTISTS OR PICK UP A BRUSH YOURSELF. HERE’S HOW.


FOR DECADES , artists have made this charming city their home, creating beautiful treasures that have attracted


the notice of the national art scene. And nowhere is this more evident than on a stroll through the Canal Street Historic Arts District. Start at The Hub on Canal; an incubator for more


than 70 artists, it’s the perfect place to appreciate just how wide the range of local talent is. Contemporary art fans can discover boundary-pushing sculptures, paintings, and drawings atGallery One Twenty. Interested in signing up for a class or workshop yourself? Do it at the Artists’ Workshop. You won’t have to wander far from Canal Street to


see more. Check out Arts on Douglas and peruse the work of Florida artists in a building that was a Ford showroom back in the 1930s. You can get your hands messy, too, by taking a pottery class at Studio Bleu. But the city’s can’t-miss destination for art lovers


remains the internationally known Atlantic Center for the Arts, a year-round exhibition space that offers artist residencies and a range of programs. And each January, ACA presents a three-day fine art show called “IMAGES," held in the historic downtown area.


V IS I T N S B F L . C OM 65


COURTESY ATLANTIC CENTER FOR THE ARTS


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