Jacklyn Laflamme

… In Living Color!


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Atrium Gallery Of Dania A New Venue for Arts & Culture

Dania Beach is proud to announce the opening of the new Atrium Gallery located at City Hall. A beautiful space with many possibilities, it will serve as an Arts and Cultural Center featuring exhibition’s, concert’s and so much more.

Jacklyn Laflamme

The very first show featured the Signal Box 7, which showcased all the artwork around Dania Beach on selected signal boxes. The current show is a group initiative ”Images From Nature.”

The next event will feature nationally acclaimed artist Jacklyn Laflamme with a one-woman show. Her vibrant, acrylic paintings will be on exhibit from Friday, September 25, 2014 until the end of October.

“I am very excited to share my colorful art work, we really want the local community to be a part of the experience”

A community night and opening reception is planned for Tuesday, October 7, 2014 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm, at City Hall, light refreshments will be served and it is free and open to the public.

Henriette “Kittie” Arnold has been instrumental in getting the gallery up and running, she will be curating all future exhibitions. Featured artists will be invited to exhibit at the gallery. “The goals for the gallery are to have rotating exhibitions on a monthly basis. A gathering place for people to connect, network and bridge together to find creative ways to support one another, local businesses and the community.” stated Henriette Arnold. The Atrium Gallery is currently accepting applications for future exhibitions for more information Contact Henriette Arnold 954-920-4574.

City Hall,  100 W Dania Beach Blvd, Dania Beach, FL 33004

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Slow Art Day

Slow Art Day is a global event run by volunteers with a simple mission: Help more people to discover for themselves the joy of looking at and loving art.

For one day every year, people all over the world visit local museums and galleries to look at art slowly. Participants look at five works of art for ten minutes each and then meet to over lunch to discuss the experience.

Jacklyn Laflamme Slow Art Day

Enjoying Slow Art Day at Art Serve With Deborah Kerr, Micheal Harris, and other local artists

In October 2009, the program launched in 16 museums and galleries across the United States, Canada and Europe. In the spring , it expanded to 55 locations spanning six continents, with nearly 2,000 participants. Currently there are 252 plus venues around the world that are now participating in Slow Art Day.

The Power To Slow Down…

We all have the power to stop and smell the roses, but with our busy lives and full schedules sometimes we forget to slow down and really appreciate the beauty that surrounds us. In this particular case for me personally it was a great experience. I admit that I am always on the run and have never taken the time to walk around the building and really appreciate the public art work at Art Serve. It made me think about what else I might be missing. We should  all practice  taking a break to relax, look around and celebrate the art and culture that is abundant in our communities.

I would like to Thank all the volunteers that make this day possible!