Hands-on learning and creation are what First City Art Center is all about!
We are a working art center that offers workshops in glassblowing, pottery,
sculpture and more for adults and kids!
First City Art Center offers its classroom space for rent to the community to hold events, workshops and lessons! Belly Dancing, Free-Verse Fridays Open Mic Night and Life Drawing are a few of the offerings that are open to the public. Check back often as we are always adding to the list!READ MORE
Nov. 8th, 2014
5pm - 10pm
First City Art Center is part of Pensacola's first Foo Foo festival! Foo Foo on Fire takes place On November 8th, 2014.READ MORE
Nov. 8, 2014
as part of
Foo Foo On Fire
First City Art Center is proud to be the 770th city in the world to be approved as an official PechaKucha Night location. This is an informal and fun gathering where creative people get together and share their ideas in 20 slides that show for 20 seconds each!READ MORE
20 - 22,
First City Art Center is proud to announce it will be holding its first bi-annual Clay Conference featuring acclaimed potter Steven Hill. Friday night will be a free admission night to meet Steven Hill and listen tohis lecture. Saturday's workshop will be from 9am - 5pm and Sunday's workshop will be from9am - 4pm.READ MORE
There is a creative spirit in all of us that nourishes our humanity and enriches our society. We grow a creative culture that encourages people of all backgrounds, ages and skill levels to explore, participate and experiment in the visual arts. First City Art Center (FCAC) engages the community in participating in that creative process at a “working” art center. Through a broad range of workshops, events and outreach programs that serves over 1,000 adults and children each year.
First City Art Center will partner with Pensacola Museum of Art to exhibit the "Graffiti Bridge Project" an amazing photographic chronicle of the constantly changing images at the iconic Graffiti Bridge/ 17th Avenue Train Trestle completed by Rachael Pongetti that records 365 days in 2011.