To promote the arts in the community and create an environment for artists to develop, collaborate, and showcase their work.
Who we are:
•The Flagler County Art League (FCAL) is a 501c3 non-profit Florida organization based in Flagler County. Founded in 1978, it currently serves Flagler County and the surrounding community as the center for the visual arts, with its current gallery and classrooms in Palm Coast, Florida.
•FCAL does considerable outreach to the schools, the community and diverse community groups and is the only non-profit organization offering classes and exhibits for ALL artists.
•Our current membership of over 500, consists of art lovers, individual and corporate supporters, and artists at all skill levels within a wide variety of disciplines.
•FCAL acts as an interface for local artists to display their work. It offers free fine art shows in its gallery open to the public on the second Saturday of each month and incorporates performing arts into the experience.
•FCAL also offers many daily classes, after school art programs for children and youth and all types of workshops. Additionally, members and non-members alike can enjoy lecture series, an art-focused book club, and meetings with dynamic speakers. The energy is infectious!
•FCAL has engaged with the Humane Society of Flagler County, the Alzheimer’s Association, Project WARM, the Forgotten Women Project, Flagler Cats, and many other groups, along with various youth music and arts programs by sponsoring fundraisers for these local and national charities.
•The ArtWorks project, in its fourth year is an example of our collaboration with Flagler Palm Coast High School. It is designed to encourage high school students to pursue careers in the arts by bringing back graduates with successful art careers, speaking to students and inducting them into an Arts Hall of Fame.
•FCAL functions as a critical component in Palm Coast Cultural enrichment with dynamic and exciting community projects in collaboration with the Palm Coast Arts Foundation, the Flagler Playhouse, the Flagler Auditorium and City Repertory Theatre, such as the recent Wittman lecture at the Flagler Auditorium.
•FCAL is broadening its business alliances to grow the interaction between artists and commercial enterprises and government offices for the benefit of the entire local community. Let FCAL help “color your world!”