Public Art

Culture On Display: Upfront in The Pines 

The City of Pembroke Pines Recreation and Cultural Arts Department is proud to present, "Upfront in the Pines" a monthly rotating exhibition series that focuses on culture, education and history. Visitors of the Charles F. Dodge City Center lobby can discover and celebrate significant histories and cultures through an array of media provided through a novel partnership with the Florida Memory program. You can also click photo below to view a virtual presentation of each exhibit.


UitP Hispanic Heritage Month (1 of 6)

Mural at Pembroke Pines Art Center

As part of the City’s Public Art program, Artist Daniel Marosi was commissioned to paint a mural on the façade of Pines Art & Cultural Center, located at 901 NW 129 Ave. Centrally located, Pines Art and Cultural Center is the “hub” of Arts Education Classes offered to the community. The mural is a great representation of all the cultural offerings found at the Center. From art, music and musical theatre classes to violin and voice, arts education is the focus. Daniel Marosi is a multidisciplinary artist that participates in multiple group and solo art exhibitions and has had public commissions including Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Bloomingdales, and the Ultra Music Festival. Daniel is also a Studio 18 Art Complex resident artist. Daniel Marosi’s work can be viewed on his website at

Mural Pines Art Center

Mural at Academic Village Pool

Fun Splash, a conceptual design from Muralist Jen Little, was completed in September 2023 and is located at the Academic Village Pool at the Charter High School. This abstract design represents the South Florida Aquatic Club and the Pembroke Pines Charter High School.

Mural Pool View