Summer Art Market & Sale
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DateJuly 14 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Time05:00 pm - 09:00 pm
10091 McGregor Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33919 United States
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Share a special evening with us at our Inaugural Summer Art Market & Sale where you can sip some wine in a musical ambiance as you peruse and purchase the spectacular work of our local artists!
This event will take place on Thursday, July 14, from 5 – 9 p.m. Beat the summer heat and enjoy our air-conditioned gallery where you will enjoy exploring a wide variety of mediums for sale such as paintings, photography, jewelry, potted succulents, and more, all hand-created through the artists’ talents and passion for their work. Local authors will also be in attendance and have their books for sale. And when you get hungry, there will be food trucks conveniently located outside to appease your shopping-induced appetite. We welcome you to bring as many friends as you wish to enjoy shopping and mingling with your neighbors and local artists.
Keep in mind, we are past the six-month mark to the Holiday Season and this event will provide you the perfect head start in purchasing unique gifts for the special people in your life. Perfect presents start here!
Additionally, shop the Alliance for the Arts gift shop, featuring work from over 75 local and regional artists. Alliance members will receive a 10% discount on every purchase from the gift shop.
Come shop unique finds wile celebrating the significant talents and contributions of our amazing creative community.
Help us better the impact of arts in our community by getting involved the Arts & Economic Prosperity Study 6 (AEP6). The information you provide will help to measure the economic impact of the arts in Lee County.
We are excited to partner with Americans for the Arts to announce the launch of AEP6, the sixth national study of the economic impact of the nonprofit arts and culture industry! Economic impact studies such as these expand the conversation about how many people view the arts. While most appreciate the cultural benefit provided to our community, few realize that our local arts industry supports jobs, generates government revenue, and is a cornerstone of tourism.
We need your help to collect this data. While attending any performance, activity, event or program on our campus, please take a few moments to participate in the Audience & Attendee Survey. All answers are anonymous and help to measure the economic and social impact of arts and culture in our community!
Audience & Attendee Surveys will be available at the front desk in multiple formats, including hard-copy, accessible by QR code or at our laptop station.
Let’s change the conversation. The arts mean business. Learn more about the AEP6 study: AmericansForTheArts.org/AEP6