Broward Cultural Division is a local arts agency, one of thousands across the U.S., providing financial, technical and marketing assistance to artists and arts organizations. Broward County has more than 1.8 million residents, 13.4 million visitors, 10,000 artists, 6,523 arts-related businesses employing 23,497 people, 823 not-for-profit cultural organizations and 31 cities, some of which operate their own arts councils and public art programs.
May 3, 2016 | Broward Arts Connection Meeting
Bring your lunch and network from 11:30 am – Noon. Business Meeting will begin at Noon. Lauderhill Performing Arts Center - Corner of State Road 7 (441) and Sunrise Blvd.
May 20, 2016 | Creative and Cultural Industries Symposium
Latin America and the Caribbean are now in the midst of an impressive phase of influence and cultural innovation. Some $640 billion was the value of the world’s exports of creative goods and services in 2011 of which $87 billion, or 14 percent, originated in the Americas, according to data compiled by Oxford Economics.
June 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2016 | Creative and Cultural Industries Symposium
The Institute is for all artists, looking for ways to consistently increase their sales, meet area business professionals and other artists who will share their success stories and give tips on what it takes to get a business going.
Through June 30, 2016 | Building Broward
Broward County has grown immensely in the span of a century, emerging as a metropolitan area and major tourist destination and its architectural development has an interesting history.
This exhibition, a series of photographs on panels, represents some of the most prominent examples of architecture throughout the County, charting its growth from the settlement of Fort Lauderdale into its most current iterations. From suburbs to skyscrapers, this exhibition aims to acquaint the public with the buildings, their architectural history and the urban phenomena throughout the region.
June - August, 2016 | Summer Arts Camps
Ask any child about their summer camps while growing up and there will be certain nostalgia while recounting…in fact, try recounting yourself! Arts summer camps however, may go even deeper. Little Picassos and Meryl Streeps are discovered; what could be more memory-provoking than that? The summer that one discovers they have a propensity to create art; to create something that did not exist before, may well be a summer to remember.