June 17- August 8, 2014
Each year, ACA organizes a summer art camp for children aged 6-12. Seven weekly programs occur at our Yurick Studios location, and feature the opportunity for children explore ideas of visual art, dance, and music with professional artists, choreographers, dancers, and instructors.
The 6th Annual Blue Flower Arts Winter Writers’ Conference features renowned faculty in poetry, fiction, and memoir in a tranquil and stimulating oasis removed from life’s daily routines and pressures. Join Benjamin Percy (Fiction), Nick Flynn (Memoir), and Carolyn Forche (Poetry), for exciting and enlightening week-long workshops in the Florida sun. This year we welcome Jeffrey Shotts, executive editor at Graywolf Press, who will lead a panel on editing and be available for individual manuscript consultations. Register today!
Stephen Heywood’s ceramic sculptures and Sarah Alexander’s explorative paintings share a process-driven approach to their artistic practice. Those processes are visible on the surface of Heywood's utilitarian forms and Alexander's topographical style paintings, revealing the symbiotic relationship between forms, concepts, materials, and
For 25 years, Atlantic Center for the Arts has recognized the outstanding work being produced by state university students through the annual juried University Student Exhibition
Lauren Hussey – University of North Florida
Abigail Lucien – Florida State University
Michael Pazda – University of South Florida
Zac Thompson – University of Florida Juror: Mildred Howard
Since 1982, Atlantic Center's residency program has provided artists from all artistic disciplines with spaces to live, work, and collaborate during three-week residencies. Each session includes three master artists of different disciplines. During the residency, artists participate in informal sessions with their group, collaborate on projects, and work independently on their own projects. The relaxed atmosphere and unstructured program provide time for artistic regeneration and creation.