Cape Coral Cultural Arts

Cape Coral has two different groups offering fine arts education: The Cape Coral Arts Studio and The Cape Coral Art League.  The Cape Coral Arts Studio is located off Coronado Parkway and is sponsored and supported by the City of Cape Coral.  The Cape Coral Art League is located off Cultural Parkway next to the Cultural Park Theatre Company and the Cape Coral Historical Museum.  The Cape Coral Art League is a non-profit organization that is operated by its volunteer members.

Cultural Park Theatre

528 Cultural Park Blvd, – Map It!

Our intimate 186-seat house hosts 8 season shows, including musicals, comedies and dramas. The area’s only community theatre, we feature amazing local talent.

Phone: (239) 772-5862

www.culturalparktheatre.org/

Cape Coral Arts Studio (239)574-0802, 4533 Coronado Parkway – Map It!

Cape Coral Arts Studio offers all types of art classes from youth to adult and even combined age classes.  They have numerous juried art shows and exhibits throughout the year, as well as specialized art classes from renowned teachers.  They teach painting, cartooning, pottery, stained glass, oil painting, calligraphy, glass fusing, egg decorating, photography, watercolor, and pastels.  Give them a call to obtain a detailed listing of the dates and times of classes.

Cape Coral Art League (239)772-5657, 516 Cultural Park Boulevard – Map It!

The Cape Coral Art League offers a variety of classes and workshops by renowned artists.  They teach the art of painting from oils and acrylics to basic drawing and watercolor.  The league has continuous judged and juried art shows for public viewing.  They also have an annual judged student art show and give scholarships to deserving youth.  Classes are offered throughout the year and published in the local newspapers.  The league is open at specified times and on Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m.

Cape Coral Historical Museum (239)772-7037, 544 Cultural Park Boulevard – Map It!

Check out the pictures and displays of the way things were when Cape Coral first began.  Or visit the gift shop for symbolic Cape Coral items such as burrowing owl prints, Cape Coral tote bags, and historical books.  Public tours can be arranged for groups. The museum is open from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday.