Studio 18 Art Complex

Studio Space Information

Studio 18 Art Complex offers affordable space for emerging and mid-career artists. Inside studios range in size, are well lit and have sinks. Resident artists, participate in exhibitions throughout the year which draws hundreds of people and enjoy 24-hour secure access and the ability to teach their craft in classrooms and have full use of the artists’ lounge. Artists interested in studio rentals must complete a juried artist application and submit for approval. 

Workshops & Lectures

Studio 18 offers a variety of workshops and lectures throughout the year. See our Workshops Page to learn about, and register for our upcoming programs. 

February 29 - Grant Writing for Artists

Join us for a FREE engaging session with Erica Socorina Mohan where she will delve into the art of crafting compelling grant applications for professional artists. Gain valuable insights, tips, and strategies to elevate your grant-writing game. Register today by clicking the link above!

March 6 - Coffee & Create

Would you like to make some new friends and enjoy unlimited cups of coffee while creating a work of art? Then this workshop is for you! Coffee & Create is $10 per student and includes materials! To register please call (954) 961- 6067 or email

March 16 - Open House Event

Join Studio 18 Resident Artists and participate in fun FREE creative workshops on Saturday, March 16 from 11 AM - 6 PM.  No registration necessary; Workshop signups will be done in person at the front desk of Studio18 at the day of the event. 

Professional Development Lecture with Erica Socorina Mohan (Feb. 29) at 7:00 PM

NAEMI Exhibition Flyer

NAEMI's 35th anniversary exhibition celebrates the unique and often overlooked realm of outsider art, featuring works from 25 international artists. This genre, known for its untrained and idiosyncratic expression, challenges the established art world's norms and contributes a distinct voice to the art historical narrative. 

The exhibition aims to educate and dispel biases about outsider art. By placing these works in a historical and cultural context, NAEMI underscores the genre's significance in the broader landscape of art history.

NAEMI's 35th anniversary exhibition is on display from February 16 - May 9, 2024