Studio 18 in the Pines offers affordable space for emerging and mid-career artists. Inside studios range in size, are well lit and have sinks. The outside work spaces are perfect for large scale sculptors, welders or wood workers. 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. Classrooms are also available for rent.
Current Online Exhibitions
Making art gives us a sort of immunity against the fear, the isolation, and the chaos of these troubling times. The virtual exhibit, “Welcome Home”, welcomes you to step into the world of Studio 18 and it’s resident artists. We invite you to feel comforted by their creations if just for a moment. Featured works spotlight a large variety of artistic mediums including; sculptures, glasswork, fashion design, acrylic and oil paintings, mixed media and photography.
Studio 18 and the City of Pembroke Pines brings you “Mortal Man/ Coal’d Feet”, a poem from an eloquent youth.
A word is a sound or combination of sounds that has a meaning.
What if the word you use is misunderstood?
Poet and artist, Daniel Johnson, aka, Intricate Thought explores the meanings of words in his poem “Mortal Man/ Coal’d Feet” See Poem Here
“Agnes and Phil”
As part of the exhibit “Tell Me A Story”
Studio 18 and the City of Pembroke Pines brings you a love story told by award winning storyteller, Pat Nease.
Pat tells us a story about “Agnes and Phil” that will have you giggling and wondering what is happening in your laundry. See Story Here