ART EXHIBITSJuried Exhibits Special Exhibits Past Exhibits
SEP 4 - 27 / 2015 LISA O'NEIL: RESTLESS HEARTS
A centerpiece for the 450th "Celebrate St. Augustine" event, award-winning artist Lisa O'Neil's original commemorative painting is unveiled to the public. (Artist Ventures Grant Project)
OCT 2 - NOV 1 / 2015 STAAA PERMANENT COLLECTION
Tactile replicas of selected works from the St. Augustine Art Association Permanent Collection are created during this month-long exhibition. Partnership with Flagler College for the 25th anniversery of the ADA.
JAN 8 - FEB 28 / 2016 FIRST PEOPLE
A special art and archaeology exhibition of Native American artifacts discovered in St. Augustine.
MAR 4 - 26 / 2016 11TH ANNUAL ALL-COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ART SHOW
Sponsored by: Carr, Riggs, and Ingram
A community outreach partnership with St. Johns County Schools, this juried exhibition features over 100 works of art by students in grades nine through twelve.
APR 1 - MAY 1 / 2016 6TH ANNUAL ALL-COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL ART SHOW
A community outreach partnership with St. Johns County schools, this juried exhibit showcases art by students in grades six through eight.
JUN 2 - JUL 10 / 2016 DON TROUSDELL: QUICK CHANGE ARTISTS
Show your colors! A series of fun Cut Canvas paintings that depicts plants and animals that naturally change colors for many reasons.
Drake's Raid Exhibit
ART y FACTS of DRAKE'S RAID
A permanent installation of artifacts unearthed below the North Gallery wing of the St. Augustine Art Association showcases evidence of Drake's Raid on the Spanish town in 1586. This commemorative St. Augustine 450th Anniversary legacy project was produced in part through a grant from the Florida Humanities Council. Visit soon!
Drake's Raid smARTCard Front - Art and Facts of Drake's Raid on St. Augustine ART & ARCHAEOLOGY STANDARDS-BASED CURRICULUM
Drake's Raid smARTCard Back - Art and Facts of Drake's Raid on St. Augustine
Watch Archaeologist Carl Halbirt describe the excavation at the St. Augustine Art Association.
Drake's Raid exhibit on display just feet from where artifacts were discovered -- St. Augustine Record Newspaper article about the Drake's Raid exhibit.
ART & ARCHAEOLOGY STANDARDS-BASED CURRICULUM