22 Marine St., St. Augustine, FL 32084 | 904.824.2310
GALLERY HOURS: Tue - Sat, 12 to 4pm; Sun, 2 to 5pm
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Iconic sculptures around the historic Plaza comprise what is referred to as the TOUCH St. Augustine “Braille Trail.” The people and images represented in these public works of art were instrumental to the growth of the nation’s oldest city. The sculptures are brought to life through site-specific Braille signage with raised tactile diagrams and interpretive descriptions, as well as compelling audio stories available for free by mobile web app or phone call.

Visit the TOUCH website for more information: www.touchstaugustine.com


A 90-minute excursion through Old Town, highlighting paintings, monuments, murals, public sculptures, Colonial, Spanish and Victorian architecture, stained glass, artist studios, galleries and more. Discover St. Augustine’s epic history and rich artistic heritage. Tours are Saturdays, 10a-11:30am. Led by a professional art historian guide, the tours begin at the St. Augustine Art Association. (Comfortable shoes recommended) Fee: $20. Reserve by 3pm on Friday. Call 904.824.2310.

Gallery Tours

Docents provide free tours of the current exhibits along with helpful tips of the local art scene. Groups of all sizes and ages are welcome. The St. Augustine Art Association gallery is open free to the public year round except holidays and is handicap-accessible. Please call in advance to schedule a group tour. Gallery tours hours are Tuesday-Saturday: noon-4pm; Sundays: 2-5pm. Visit 22 Marine Street in downtown St. Augustine, Florida 32084. Admission is free.

Artistry of the Saint John’s Bible – Lecture

Image from the Saint John’s Bible

Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 7pm

Speaker Jim Triggs, Executive Director of The Saint John’s Bible Heritage Program, will explore the ways in which medieval artistic tools and materials used in creating the richly illustrated Bible celebrate modern science. In addition to the multimedia presentation, the large-scale manuscript will be on display for “close up” viewing.

The Saint John’s Bible is the first handwritten illuminated Bible of its scale in over 500 years. Created under the guidance of Donald Jackson, scribe to the Queen of England, the 21st Century Bible depicts the harmony between faith and reason through artistic renderings of DNA, molecules, deep space, biological life forms and prehistoric cave paintings.
The original seven-volume manuscript is housed on the campus of Saint John’s University in Minnesota, The Saint John’s Bible Heritage Program is an international initiative that brings the beauty of sacred art to communities around the world. This lecture is presented in partnership with Flagler College and the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Augustine.
To reserve a seat, call the St. Augustine Art Association at (904) 824-2310. 
Free parking is available throughout downtown, after 5 p.m.