Fashioned after the wildly successful Le Dîner en Blanc International®, the Temple Terrace Arts Council personally invites you to an elegant evening picnic under the stars at breathtakingly beautiful, historic Woodmont Park. Art en Blanc, the 6th annual evolution of the French picnic invented in 1988 by Francois Pasquier, is a potpourri of all things… Continue reading Art en Blanc 2018
The Temple Terrace Arts Council invites the public to view its second installation of Fish on a Fence, a public art project which is on display outside the tennis courts, on left side of the entrance to The Family Recreation Complex, 6610 Whiteway Drive, Temple Terrace, 33617. The sixty-seven fish, crafted from exterior grade plywood… Continue reading Fish on a Fence at the Rec Center
The Temple Terrace Arts Council routinely seeks opportunities to raise arts and cultural awareness including the support of artists, public art projects, donations to arts & cultural activities, youth arts programming. and scholarships. The generosity of Sponsors and Friends have enabled us to: Present art scholarships to high school art students; Commission artist Charles Fager… Continue reading Previous Public Arts Endeavors
Calling all talented artists and crafters to the 44th Temple Terrace Arts & Crafts Festival, November 11-12, 10 am – 4 pm both days, at beautiful, historic Woodmont Park, 407 Woodmont Avenue, Temple Terrace, Florida, 33617. To apply use the form below or click on, then print and mail the application pictured at right. We… Continue reading Call to Artists 2017
The Temple Terrace Community Arts Festival, a juried show now in its 44th year, is held annually the second weekend in November. It claims two amazing facts; 1) the longest running event in NE Hillsborough County, and 2) the largest outdoor art event in Temple Terrace. In 2016 the festival moved to beautiful, historic Woodmont… Continue reading Arts and Crafts Festival 2016
The Temple Terrace Arts Council personally invites you to an elegant evening under the stars at the breathtakingly beautiful, historic Woodmont Park.