Arts & Culture

The Art and Cultural Department’s mission is to provide a variety of cultural offerings to the community at an affordable cost. We have four facilities with unique art and cultural programs in the city.  

Fletcher Art & Cultural Center

We are hosting virtual classes online during this time.  Please click on Fletcher's link above to see classes.  See below students' artwork.

Year round art, piano, guitar and drama classes are offered at the Fletcher Art and Cultural Center and the River of Grass ArtsPark for children ages 5 through adults as well as fine arts and drama camps for children. Call 954-986-5027 for more information

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Studio 18 in the Pines
We are hosting several virtual exhibitions at this time.  Please click on Studio 18 link to view.

Studio 18 in the Pines is a fine art gallery and studio work space for professional artists. Eight shows are curated annually as well as field trips, cultural events, lectures and meetings. Artists may apply for studio work space, exhibit opportunities or to teach adult art classes. Please contact Amelia Mohamed 954-961-6067 for more information.

Susan B. Katz Theater & River of Grass ArtsPark
We are hosting online classes at this time.  Please click on link above to view classes.

The River of Grass ArtsPark houses the Susan B. Katz Theater of Performing Arts, a 442 seat venue with 6 allotted handicapped seating area available for rentals to cultural and other performance groups. We also host a variety of art, music and drama classes. Please see our class listings here

The Pembroke Pines Theatre of Performing Arts (PPTOPA) also hosts many performances at this facility. Please contact PPTOPA at 954-437-4884.

The Frank
The Frank is hosting many free virtual workshops and exhibitions during this pandemic.  Please check out their website at

The Frank C. Ortis Art Gallery is a premier exhibition and learning space dedicated to creating a cultural climate to foster connections and community engagement. Contemporary artists, guest curators, performers, and thought leaders will converge to produce and share work essential to building an inclusive creative community.

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