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St. Johns Cultural Council Announces its Third Annual Haiku Contest

January 27, 2023|Categories: News, News Announcements|Tags: , , |

The St. Johns Cultural Council is pleased to announce its Third Annual Haiku Contest. Local poets of all ages are invited to submit up to three haiku with the theme [...]

St. Augustine, Florida featured in Samantha Brown’s “Places to Love” – Season Six

January 19, 2023|Categories: News|Tags: , |

Beautiful and historic St. Augustine, Florida is the focus of the next episode of the Emmy award-winning PBS travel show Samantha Brown’s Places to Love. In early 2022 Christina Parrish [...]

Iris DeMent to Headline Gamble Rogers Folk Festival, April 14-16

January 19, 2023|Categories: News, News Announcements|Tags: , , |

Headliners include Bill and the Belles, Robin and Linda Williams, and Richard Smith The Gamble Rogers Folk Festival and the St. Johns Cultural Council have announced the headliners and ticket [...]

Gullah Geechee Heritage Festival to Celebrate St. Augustine’s Rich History

October 18, 2022|Categories: News Announcements|

The St. Johns Cultural Council, the organization that promotes arts, culture and heritage in St. Augustine, has announced a Gullah Geechee Heritage Festival that will be held on December [...]

St. Johns Cultural Council and the Gamble Rogers Folk Festival Present Live from The Waterworks – A Gamble Rogers Concert Series, October through June

September 1, 2022|Categories: News|

The St. Johns Cultural Council and the Gamble Rogers Folk Festival have partnered to present a new concert series, Live from The Waterworks, celebrating the legendary recording artist Gamble Rogers, whose [...]

St. Johns Cultural Council applications for 2022 State of the Arts (SOTA) Grants, September 1st

August 26, 2022|Categories: News|

The St. Johns Cultural Council will open its applications for the  2022 State of the Arts Grants on Thursday, September 1. The annual State of the Arts (SOTA) grant [...]

The St. Johns Cultural Council and its “Art in Public Spaces” program has selected the work of St. Augustine-based fine artist Nancy Hamlin-Vogler and her exhibition “Swimming in the Infinite”

August 12, 2022|Categories: News|

St. Johns Cultural Council and its "Art in Public Spaces" program has selected the work of St. Augustine-based fine artist Nancy Hamlin-Vogler and will present her exhibition Swimming in the Infinite from Tuesday, [...]

St. Johns Cultural Council Receives $25,000 from National Trust for Historic Preservation to Help Tell the Full American Story

April 7, 2022|Categories: News|

$2.5 MILLION FUNDED BY THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES THROUGH THE AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN At a news conference today, the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Telling the Full History [...]

St. Johns Cultural Council names 2022 Dr. Gail Pflaster ROWITA Award winners

February 2, 2022|Categories: News|

Each year the St. Johns Cultural Council recognizes women who have profoundly influenced the artistic environment of St. Johns County with the Dr. Gail Pflaster ROWITA (“Recognizing Outstanding Women in [...]

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