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The City of Casselberry is a proud champion of the arts, and its City Hall reflects this through the display of quarterly art exhibitions.  Visitors to City Hall will find it adorned with artwork by renowned local and national artists, featuring paintings, sculptures, photography, and mixed media works of many different styles and themes.

City Hall exhibitions are available for viewing Mondays through Thursdays, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  For more information or to schedule a tour, please call (407) 262-7700, Ext. 1122.

Current Exhibit


5th Annual Experience Contemporary Exhibit
Exhibit Dates: March 19, 2018 - May 18, 2018
Opening Reception: March 31, 2018 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

The 5th Annual Experience Contemporary Exhibit takes place in Casselberry City Hall from March 19 through May 18 and features paintings and sculptures, from stylized to impressionistic to symbolic to modern abstract, that define our times and encourage reflection on contemporary society and the issues relevant to ourselves and the world around us.

Through a dynamic combination of materials, methods, concepts, and subjects that challenge traditional boundaries and defy easy definition, art in Experience Contemporary will personify a modern ethos and give voice to the varied and changing cultural landscape of today’s identities, values, and beliefs.

Featuring the artwork of several contemporary artists, including Weronica Ankarörn, Kevin Abbott, Tom Abbott, Irina Ashcraft, Ken Austin, John Borza, Chris Casler, Marla E, Katy Farmer, Lane Hermann, Anne Hollander, Cheryl Evans Jones, Nancy Jay, Martha Lent, Mark Seppala, Joyce Shelton, Elizabeth St. Hilarie, John Sullivan, and Lillian Verkins, the exhibit will kick off with an opening reception from 5-8:30pm on Friday, March 31, as part of the Spring Jazz & Art Fest

Tours of the exhibit can be scheduled Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 5:00pm, by calling Jason Costa at the Casselberry Art House, 407-262-7700 Ext. 1122.

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