1350 E. Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale , FL 33304

Phone: 954-462-8190  

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Rebecca Wilkner Gallery Associate
Alexandra Weber Gallery Associate

ArtServe provides progressive events; programs and services that help artists turn ART into business.

1. The ArtServe Facility: ArtServe annually hosts 14 major exhibits in its JM Family Enterprises Gallery; operates the Gallery Gift Shop for member artists; hosts hundreds of performances and classes in its auditorium annually; provides essential training and technical assistance programs for artists and the community.
2. The Cooperative Marketing Program. To provide not-for-profit cultural organizations with Broward-based cultural events reduced advertising rates and a recognizable presence through larger media placements. Contributions from eligible not-for-profit cultural agencies are matched by the Cultural Division, enabling the program to purchase more than $300,000 in advertising and marketing services annually. Currently ArtServe provides marketing support to 75 eligible cultural nonprofits.
3. an ArtServe initiative that benefits the entire region by providing a master arts calendar and data aggregator providing free listings to all artists and art and cultural organizations.
4. ArtServe's Eco Art Therapy Program: The core of the Eco-Art Therapy program focuses on a collaboration between ArtServe member artists, therapist and participant (at promise children and young adults), providing an infinite and unconditional field that allows for expression through symbolic communication that in turn leads to positive change and healing! Last year the Eco Art program touched the lives of students at the Sunset School in Davie, Fl.
5. (InSIDE)/Out!, Art as Healing Therapy, is ArtServe’s ever-expanding art therapy program, which now includes, the main gallery exhibit, traveling children’s exhibits, and art therapy workshops. The premise of this program is to reflect on the value of the arts and show how this value transcends into one of the largest segments in our population – individual’s living with disabilities. It highlights the dire need for the arts and arts programs and shows how art act as a vital medium for communication – a universal language.
6. Red Eye Event, a premier multi-media summer event, caters to the highly inventive, lowbrow and radical art. The purpose of the Red Eye is to create an innovative and exciting project that adds a twist to the conventional gallery exhibit, an outlet for the young student fresh out of secondary communication. The Red Eye brings attention to beauty in the eccentric and raising awareness to a new age of artistic expression through dance, music, fashion, installations, and visual arts. Red Eye is on its way to becoming a weekend-long event and is now recognized as one of Fort Lauderdale's signature summer arts events.
7. Play Your Stuff, currently in the developmental stages, is an ArtServe program designed to provide a professional venue (1350 East) for local musicians to play their music for an audience and to have the opportunity to make music and music education a permanent part of their lives. ArtServe is committed to assisting local musicians with publishing and performance opportunities.

Broward County Cultural Division

This Greater Fort Lauderdale arts incubator, dedicated to promoting local and emerging artists, provides progressive events, gallery exhibits, and diverse, unduplicated programs. ArtServe’s facility provides a dance studio, a multi-purpose auditorium—the 89.7 Classical South Florida Hall, conference rooms and office space for other non-profit organizations