Photos courtesy of Jacksonville Dance Theatre. Photo credit: Trib La Prade.
Whether you live in Jacksonville or you are visiting the region, you can engage with the arts from Monday through Sunday. The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville invests in arts and culture to enrich life in Northeast Florida. By working with a variety of community partners, we weave the arts into the fabric of everyday life in this region.
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, in conjunction with several of the arts and cultural organizations in the region, created this video to highlight the best of Jacksonville and our continued commitment to bring more art and more culture to the community, before, during, and after COVID. To learn more about the participating organizations and their current schedules, click here
Enjoy Art & Culture Throughout the Region
Below are ways that we recommend enriching your life through the arts and culture of Northeast Florida. (Please note: We tried to be as inclusive as possible with this article. If we left something out that you'd like to see included, please email email@example.com and provide your suggestion.)
We advocate for the arts and artists of our region because we know that together we can create transformative experiences that empower and inspire our community, facilitate the exchange of diverse ideas and perspectives, promote civic engagement, and encourage creative problem solving.
Please remember, the arts and culture sector is an asset that requires investment. Your patronage, whether it is in the form of making a donation to a non-profit cultural organization, buying tickets to an event, or purchasing original works of art from an artist, ensures a vibrant arts and culture sector in Northeast Florida for future generations.
ARTS AND CULTURE SECTOR
You can use the map below to locate the individuals and organization's that contribute to Greater Jacksonville's creative economy.
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is sponsored in part by the City of Jacksonville and by the Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, and the State of Florida.