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 art and music

 

Since 2002, the Casselberry Art House has been bringing people of all ages together for unique art experiences and cultural enrichment programs.  This 2500 square foot facility offers community space for art classes, art exhibitions, educational programs, workshops, artist lectures and musical performances for all ages.

Nestled in a quiet, park-like setting on Lake Concord, the Casselberry Art House continues to provide a wonderful opportunity for residents, Central Florida businesses and other organizations to enjoy and appreciate art.  We welcome corporate as well as private sponsors to share in our efforts to present cultural enrichment to all members of our community.

Classes in watercolor, oil painting, drawing, ceramics, and pastels are held throughout the year.  For more information about classes or programs, please call 407-262-7700, ext. 1122. Register here for art classes and programs.

             
           
Current Art House Exhibit

The current exciting art exhibit at the Casselberry Art House hosts members of the Central Florida Watercolor Society with their "Make A Splash" show.  Members and guests are invited to attend a special artist reception on January 8,. from  6-8 p.m., at the Casselberry Art House, 127 Quail Pond Circle. Light refreshments will be served.

The show runs Jan 5 - Feb. 5 and can be veiwed Monday- Friday 10 a.m -5 p.m. For more information contact AJ Monnett at (407)262-7700 x1122 or email

 

 


 
            

  
            

    

      
  

 



 

 



           

           








           
 
For more information about  current or upcoming exhibits, please call the Casselberry Art House at 407-262-7700 ext. 1122 or email

Casselberry Art House - 127 Quail Pond Circle, Casselberry, FL  32707
Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm (except holidays)



           



Location
127 Quail Pond Circle
Casselberry, FL 32707
(407) 262-7700 x1122




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