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Fall 2015

Cultural Quarterly - Fall 2015

The Broward 100 Mural Project, VisualEYES, has become a powerful community public art collaboration that will live long after Broward’s centennial year is complete.

With one mural located in each of the nine Broward County Commission Districts and one at Port Everglades, the project enlisted the talent of local artists, as well as community involvement and city initiatives, while growing in strength on its own merit and heart. This issue tells the story of each of the artists before they came to be part of Broward 100. 


Spring 2015

Cultural Quarterly - Spring 2015

Founded to help protect the oceans of the world, the third annual Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival takes place on the windswept sands of Fort Lauderdale Beach.

The event features musicians from several popular musical genres while highlighting the ocean front setting and supporting marine research and conservation.


 Spring 2014

Cultural Quarterly Spring 2014

Inside Out Issue

The first installment of Broward County’s own InsideOut project, explores the diverse talents of our local creative community.

Local photographers gathered the images and stories of the talented individuals that contribute to our thriving local cultural scene.



Summer 2015

Cultural Quarterly - Summer 2015

The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) commemorated one specific high-profile aspect of Broward 100 – Celebrating the Art of Community: Movies made in Broward County.

A hand-picked selection of Broward County-made feature films was screened July 9-16 at Cinema Paradiso, 503 S.E. Sixth St., Fort Lauderdale


Winter 2014

Cultural Quarterly Fall 2014

Broward Cultural Division has been awarded a$25,000 grant on the basis of artistic excellence and artistic merit to support the new Broward Arts Journalism Alliance Program.

The Broward Arts Journalism Alliance Program will explore innovative methods in local arts coverage for both citizens and media professionals and will be offered in collaboration with Syracuse University and Johanna Keller, director of the Goldring Arts Journalism Program and associate professor of newspaper and communications in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.





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