Current Exhibits

2022 Art Exhibits:

The City offers many art exhibits throughout the year featuring artwork by some of Central Florida’s finest artists. The cost is FREE to view the exhibits during regular scheduled hours at the Art House (Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.). City Hall gallery hours are Monday through Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except for holidays.  Gallery hours are subject to change.  

Art House

The Adventures of Mugs and Pockets (Art Exhibition and Listening Party) January 5-31 and a special reception on January 14, 6-8 p.m. during the Food Truck event

Orlando Legend, Swamburger has teamed up with Chicago producer/songstress, Scarlet Monk, to form the dynamic duo known as “Mugs and Pockets,” (aka MAP) at the Casselberry Art House located at 127 Quail Pond Circle. The Adventures of Mugs and Pockets is not only an exploration of their journey together, it is the name of their first collaborative album. To celebrate the album’s upcoming release, Mugs and Pockets have planned a Listening Party coupled with a special showcase of their latest paintings and illustrations. Also, on site on the same evening will be the Casselberry Food Trucks.

Seminole County Public Schools AP Studio Art Underclassmen Exhibition February 1-28  with a Meet the artists reception on February 11, 6-8 p.m. during the Food Truck event

Seminole County’s best student artists from Hagerty, Lake Brantley, Lake Howell, Lake Mary, Lyman, Oviedo, Seminole, and Winter Springs High Schools will come together to exhibit their 2D and 3D art works in the annual exhibition at the Casselberry Art House. Show your support by attending this exciting show with the county’s most promising young artists.

City Hall Art Exhibit

Lasting Impressions January 17- March 11 with a closing reception and gallery talk by Gary Israel on Friday, March 11, from 6-8 p.m. City  Hall hours are Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

The Casselberry City Hall, located at 95 Triplet Lake Drive, will honor artists that who are no longer with us but were important to the Central Florida arts community.  With their art, Ralph Bagely, Henry Berkowitz, Dorothy Gillespie, Cicero Greathouse, Cecil Herring, Norman Sandhaus and others have all left plenty of fond memories and their own unique impression on the art world and the artists still working today. The exhibit will be available for view at City Hall from January 17 –March 11,  Please call the Casselberry Art House at  (407)-2627700 ext. 1122 for a City Hall  guided art tour.

Sculpture House

Sculpture House’s 2nd Artist-in-Residence - Brooks Dierdorff  January10 - March 31 with a special Meet the Artist reception on February 4, 6-8 p.m. Sculpture House.  Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (except holidays) 

Brooks Dierdorff will take over the Casselberry Sculpture House located at 120 Quail Pond Circle for three months during which he will create an immersive and evolving art installation. Guests will be able to visit the artist during open studio hours where they will have the opportunity to talk with the artist and see the process of his work. The installation will evolve and change over this three-month period, giving guests the opportunity to visit on multiple occasions and see something different.

Dierdorff is an Associate Professor of Photography at the University Central Florida and an artist exploring the ways media like photography and video shape our cultural imagination of environmental collapse. His work includes a range of methodologies such as photo-based sculpture, installation, video, appropriating images from commercial and archival sources, and environmental grief therapy. This expanded photographic practice often explores new ways of seeing – staging encounters with photographs that push against the interpretation of a photograph as an objective document to be passively received, offering instead a sensorial and emotive relationship with photographs.

Note:  All Events/Meetings are subject to change or cancellation.
For more information, 
contact the Art House at (407) 262-7700 Ext. 1122.

Sculpture Exhibit at Lake Concord Park

Colorful "Totem" sculptures by the late Dorothy Gillespie are currently on display at Lake Concord Park.  These works of art were originally shown at the Rockefeller Center in New York City.  Additionally, her artwork will be on display as part of the Experience Contemporary Exhibit from September - December 2021.  

About the Artist:  Dorothy Gillespie (1920-2012) lived an unconventional and path-breaking life as an artist, painter, sculptor, pioneer, activist, mentor, writer, educator, and lecturer. Today her large volume of work is housed in museums, public spaces, and private collections in the United States and abroad. The goal of the Dorothy M. Gillespie Foundation is to paint a rich portrait of Gillespie and her world. Her life story continues to offer inspiration to female artists today by asking them to re-visit and re-imagine what it means for women to be successful artists on their own terms.

 Sculpture House is Casselberry's newest art venue

The first exhibit at the Sculpture House was the very popular “reVision: Seeing by Hand”  presented by the Florida Sculptors Guild (FSG).  The much-anticipated exhibit kicked off with an opening reception on September 4, 2021. After almost two years of planning, tactile sculpture created by FSG, together with work from local artists with vision loss, created this exciting exhibit that invited visitors to the gallery to touch the art and gain a better understanding of the forms. The show ended December 2021 with a grand finale reception to thank all of the sponsors and partners. The “reVision: Seeing by Hand” exhibit was made possible by a grant from Seminole Cultural Arts Council, and through partnership with City of Casselberry, Lighthouse Central Florida, and Eclat Law.  

Check out some of the City of Casselberry's past virtual exhibitions here: Art House Virtual Gallery