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Arts for Community Engagement
The Program
The City of Pembroke Pines is dedicated to using the arts as a tool to foster social engagement. Curated exhibitions and events invite culturally diverse audiences to view, and/or participate in a multi-disciplinary variety of cultural arts programming. Pembroke Pines is the recipient of the U.S. Conference of Mayors Public Leadership in the Arts Award, a National Endowment for the Arts “Our Town” Grant, and a Harvard Kennedy School ASH CENTER “Bright Idea” distinction for Innovation in American Government for recognition in making the arts approachable and affordable to the community.

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Best Curator in Broward County
Chief Curator | Head of Cultural Projects, Jill Slaughter, named Best Curator in Broward – Palm Beach by the New Times exhibits the work of contemporary established and emerging artists. Jill’s exhibitions also showcase non-artist groups and organizations in an effort to encourage unity by merging fine arts with the community at large. Jill views both the art enthusiast and novice as an integral part of fortifying Pembroke Pines’ commitment to arts and culture. Exhibitions can be seen citywide.

Harvard University and Pembroke Pines
Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government named the City of
Pembroke Pines' "Inclusive Arts Initiative" as a winner of the Bright Ideas -
Innovations in American Government Award. The Initiative was lauded for its
dedication to innovative, interactive arts experiences curated in an approachable
To receive notification of upcoming arts events at the new Civic & Cultural Center please contact Chief Curator | Head of Cultural Projects, Jill Slaughter at Click here to see full article
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Community Arts Program
This program will showcase an individual artist and their creative process. The awarded artist will be invited to create work specific to their discipline. The one year term will culminate in an artist-driven hands-on community engagement project. Read on...
New Civic & Cultural Center
Construction has begun on the City of Pembroke Pines Civic and Cultural Center located on Pines Blvd just East of Hiatus Rd. This four-story complex will include a new city hall, a conference space, and a contemporary Art Gallery and Exhibit Hall. Read on...
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Jill Slaughter
Chief Curator | Head of Cultural Projects
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