The St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is partnering with the Celtic Woman tour, The Chieftains tour, and the Jacksonville Symphony to make March 10-19 a VERY CELTIC WEEK!
It was in the 1920s when the now infamous, Ringling Brothers, started a traveling circus of freaks and mysteries alike. On the evening of April 29th, you will be transported back to that magical time when the Lightner Museum will come to life.
“Teens Take a Stand”
Flagler College Art Professor Laura Mongiovi will discuss how sensory experiences involving color and texture impact individuals’ critical thinking skills on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
If you attended one of the many celebrations held in conjunction with St. Augustine's 450th anniversary last summer, chances are, you may have been one of the 450 faces included in Michael LeGrand's "Faces of the 450th" project.
For those grantseekers serving young children, as well arts projects in St. Augustine and Individual Artists
Brian Goeken, chief of Technical Preservation Services with the National Park Service, will address contemporary challenges in historic preservation, as part of Flagler College’s Ideas & Images series on Thursday, Feb. 9. The lecture will be held in Lewis Auditorium at 7 p.m.
The Crisp-Ellert Museum at Flagler College is currently hosting its second artist-in-residence — independent curator Staci Bu Shea.
Over the past year, Art 4 Charities, a Ponte Vedra based company that partners with nonprofits helped raise funds for six local charities.
The City of St. Augustine is now accepting applications for the 2017 Neighborhood Grant Program.
Applicant for a neighborhood grant may be either:
* a neighborhood association member of the St. Augustine Neighborhood Council verified by the Council via letter;