The Town of Seaside and street artist Andrew Pisacane (aka Gaia) are paying tribute to historian and educator of art and architecture Vincent Scully with a wall-sized mural on Seaside’s purple wall facing Scenic 30A.
Mountainfilm on Tour returned to WaterColor's Marina Park Amphitheater on November 3 & 4, 2017. Celebrating its 17th year under the full moon, the two-night outdoor film festival continued its tradition of educating, inspiring, and motivating us about issues that matter.
See you at MountainFilm on Tour at WaterColor Florida next on 11/2/2018 & 11/3/2018.
We know you love the beach. And who doesn't love music?! Beach & music lovers converge every January in SoWal for the annual 30A Songwriters Festival.
The 9th annual 30A Songwriters Festival brings more great music for SoWal beach lovers from January 12-15, 2018 - with performances by 175 artists on more than 20 stages!
Grayton Beer Company will host the 2nd Annual GRAYT Holiday Market on Saturday, Dec. 2 from noon to 6PM with lots of local shopping, food, drink and Santa Claus too!
The Merchants of Seaside will host the sixth annual Nutcracker ballet to be performed by Northwest Florida area dancers and Ballet Pensacola.
Mountainfilm on Tour returns to WaterColor Marina Park Amphitheater on November 3 & 4, 2017. Celebrating its 17th year, the two-night outdoor film festival is dedicated to educating, inspiring, and motivating audiences about issues that matter.
South Walton artist Justin Gaffrey will be unveiling his new contemporary body of work, “Absurd Form” on Thursday, November 9 from 5pm til 8pm. The art opening will take place at the Justin Gaffrey Gallery located along Scenic Highway 30A in Blue Mountain Beach. The exhibition, small bites and adult beverages are complimentary and open to the public.
The Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation (MKAF) presents its annual Festival of the Arts for an entire weekend of art, music, food and fun for everyone.
This past year has flown by for most folks, but Nathanael Fisher has figured out how to capture time, even for a moment, with every production of the Emerald Coast Theatre Company.
Now into its 5th season, with Nathanael as the Producing Artistic Director, over 7,000 people have attended performances at the “560 Grand Boulevard, Upstairs” location. Seated alone in the curtained main stage area, Nathanael seems content and “at home” in the ECTC environs.
Award-winning Miramar Beach artist Kathleen Broaderick has a right to crow. Her plucky, proud red and blue “Patriot Rooster” painting has enabled her to strut her stuff onto the national art scene.