Upcoming Exhibits

2024 Art Exhibits:

The City offers many art exhibits throughout the year featuring artwork by some of Central Florida’s finest artists. The cost is FREE to view the exhibits during regular scheduled hours at the Art House (Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.). City Hall gallery hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except for holidays. Gallery hours are subject to change.  

Casselberry Arts Center

January - March
Opening Reception
January 12 from 6-8 p.m.
Experience Contemporary featuring the work of Elisabeth Condon, Dominique Labauvie, Jason Lazarus, Sam Newton, Gabriel Ramos, and Chris Robb.
April - June
Opening Reception
April 16 from 6-8 p.m.


UCF MFA Exhibition 2024 featuring the work of UCF graduate students.
September - December
Opening Reception
TBA
Liminal Space featuring painting and sculptures from Bobby Aiosa and Anthony Mancuso


Art House

JanuaryPastel DelightsJulyPOW Artists
FebruaryAP UnderclassmenAugustWomen's Caucus for Art
MarchWomen Artist GroupSeptemberHispanic and Latin Artists Exhibit
AprilRecycled ArtOctoberInto the Void (memento mori exhibition)
MaySenior ArtNovemberSanford Seminole Art Association
JuneArt House All-StarsDecemberArt Glass Guild of Central Florida


Sculpture House

January - MarchQUARTER LIFE / CRISIS! featuring work from Mar Martinez and Leah Sandler
AprilWalden School Recycled Exhibit
May - JulyFlorida Sculptors Guild
August - NovemberTBA


City Hall

January - AprilTBA
May - AugustRock N Roll Art Exhibit
September - DecemberLatin and Hispanic Art Exhibit


Sculpture Garden at Lake Concord Park

Lake Concord Park is a dedicated green space that features nearly 40 outdoor sculptures from renowned artists including Dorothy Gillespie, who's colorful panels adorn the eastside walls of the City Hall building. These works of art were originally shown at the Rockefeller Center in New York City.  

About the Artist:  Dorothy Gillespie (1920-2012) lived an unconventional and path-breaking life as an artist, painter, sculptor, pioneer, activist, mentor, writer, educator, and lecturer. Today her large volume of work is housed in museums, public spaces, and private collections in the United States and abroad. The goal of the Dorothy M. Gillespie Foundation is to paint a rich portrait of Gillespie and her world. Her life story continues to offer inspiration to female artists today by asking them to re-visit and re-imagine what it means for women to be successful artists on their own terms.


Note:  All Events/Meetings are subject to change or cancellation.

For more information about the City's current art exhibits, please call the Art House at (407) 262-7700 Ext. 1122.