The Arts and Humanities Council of Charlotte County, Inc., locally known as Charlotte Arts, is the State and County designated Local Arts Agency for Charlotte County. The arts create jobs, generate business and drive tourism. Our efforts impact the economic health of Charlotte County as well as the quality of life for our residents and visitors.
In response to Coronavirus guidelines, until further notice Charlotte Arts Gallery at the Port Charlotte Town Center Mall will be closed. We respect the need for caution to protect the health of our volunteers, staff and artists. Please visit our website for further updates.
As of March 23, all Charlotte Arts and member events have been cancelled because of the Coronavirus (Covid-19). Many member organizations have cancelled their events and hours of operation for the season and others have cancelled them through April or May. If you wish to confirm the status of any event or organization, please contact the event host. To keep updated, please subscribe to the newsletter (emailed every other Friday), view the newsletter on this website, or check out the the Charlotte Arts news, member news and opportunities for artists on this site.
Photo Credit: Charlotte Players Kids OnStage Summer Camp 2017
Charlotte Arts Gallery opened in the Port Charlotte Town Center Mall on July 18, 2018. With our Arts in Public Places partners throughout the county, there are many other opportunities to view or purchase art from paintings to photography to jewelry and pottery.
Photo Credit: Donna Valenti Photography
Photo Credit: Punta Gorda Middle School The Addams Family Musical Collaborative Stagecraft in 2017-8.
A special thank you to Foundation Partners c/o Charlotte Memorial Fund for their contribution of $200 to Charlotte Arts in the last month!
Florida Department of State
Division of Cultural Affairs
Charlotte Arts gratefully acknowledges the financial support of a grant for Art in Public Places for the fiscal year 2017-2018
“Music and art are harmonious and inseparable. They are audio/visual expressions of love energy!”
— Leslie DaCosta