Arts & Entertainment
Art & Culture Center of Hollywood
The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood presents contemporary gallery exhibitions, live stage performances and high-quality education programs for adults and children. The Center fosters a creative environment where new and challenging work can flourish through programs that reflect the highest standards of artistry and diversity. Call for calendar and ticket information.
1650 Harrison Street
954-921-3274 • www.ArtandCultureCenter.org
ArtsPark at Young Circle
Features: 10-acre family friendly park, outdoor musical performances, festivals, visual art, fountains, free glass blowing demonstrations, beautiful landscapes, sidewalk cafes in the area.
Hollywood Boulevard at U.S. 1
954-921-3500 • www.HollywoodFL.org
Cinema Paradiso - Hollywood
82-seat art-house cinema. Home to the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. Open daily.
2008 Hollywood Boulevard
954-525-FILM (3456) • www.FLIFF.com
Downtown Hollywood Mural Project
The Downtown Hollywood Mural Project’s mission is to beautify and add culture the Downtown area one wall at a time. More than a dozen murals currently grace the walls of Downtown Hollywood and you can often watch the creation of a new mural during the Third Saturday ArtWalk.
954-924-2980 • More information...
Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center
A partnership of the City of Hollywood and the Broward County School Board, the Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center is managed by the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. The 510-seat facility offers a lobby and concession area along with free parking and is within walking distance of downtown Hollywood. Rental opportunities are available.
1770 Monroe Street
954-921-3439 or 954-921-3274 • ArtandCultureCenter.org/performing-arts
Hollywood Hot Glass
Hollywood is home to the centuries old tradition of glassblowing at the ArtsPark in Downtown Hollywood. Master glassblowers perform live demonstrations in the glassblowing studio every Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sit comfortably in the theater style viewing area and watch the glassblowers create vessels and sculptures from molten glass that is over 2,000 degrees. Expert artists use the same traditional process that has been around for centuries. There's also a gallery connected to the studio with the latest work on display and available for purchase. Classes for novice to advanced area available for individuals and groups of up to three people.
Visual Arts Pavilion, ArtsPark at Young Circle (Hollywood Boulevard at U.S. 1)
954-732-7231 • www.HollywoodHotGlass.com