Art in Public Places Gallery at City Hall

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Art in Public Places at City Hall

The City’s Art In Public Places program offers art exhibits in the City Hall Lobby throughout the year. The "Artists’ Calls" provides an opportunity for local artists to present their pieces of art to be displayed for the public at least once a year. Each Artist’s Call features a theme related to the Winter Garden community. Other exhibits are provided by the Winter Garden Art Association, Winter Garden Heritage Foundation and the Crealdé School of Art. 

All exhibitions are free and open to the public during regular operating hours (Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 5:30 pm).

Art in Public Places Gallery at City Hall, 300 W. Plant Street


The Lake: A Documentary Exploring the Land and People of Lake Apopka

September 1 – October 31

A culmination of work by documentary photographers and plein air painters who captured the culture and landscape of Lake Apopka. The exhibit explores the relationship between the lake and the diverse people who call the shore of Florida’s second largest lake their home and place of work. Discover how the lake changed from the early 1900s to the current era.

The Crealdé School of Art, in partnership with the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation, hosts the exhibit.

Tour | Thursday, October 13, 5:30 pm  

A complimentary guided tour of the latest art exhibit at City Hall, The Lake: A Documentary Exploring the Land and People of Lake Apopka, will be presented on Thursday, October 13, at 5:30 pm. Peter Schreyer, Project Director and CEO/Executive Director of Crealdé School of Art, will lead the tour. A reception will immediately follow the tour. No reservation is required.

Holidays in Winter Garden 

November 1 – December 30

Local artists answer the City’s call to depict November and December holidays in Winter Garden. Pop inside City Hall when visiting the winter wonderland of downtown to see this festive exhibit of various mediums of art provided by community artists.

Holidays in Winter Garden is the theme of the City’s annual juried exhibit that invites local artists to submit original works. To enter, submit original artwork and an application to the front desk of City Hall no later than October 3.

Recognizing Our Local African-American Artists

January 3 – February 28

Various mediums of artwork from talented local African-American artists will be presented in this exhibit curated by Crealdé School of Art. In addition, the exhibit will include the works of young student artists from the East Winter Garden community.


Please stay tuned for upcoming announcements.
 For more information about Art in Public Places, call 407.656.4111 ext. 5193.