The Rogers & Hammerstein classic musical of romance on a South Pacific island during WWII continues through Dec. 1 (doors 6 p.m. Tue.-Sun., 11 a.m. Sat., noon Sun.) at Alhambra Theatre & Dining, 12000 Beach Blvd., Southside, dinner and a show $43-$49, reservations required, 641-1212, alhambrajax.com.
Artist Series presents “Tango Fire: Flames of Desire,” tracing the dance from its Argentine origins, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at the T-U Center, 300 W. Water St., Downtown, $36-$76, 442-2929, artistseriesjax.org.
Sweet Rhoda Penmark is loved by family and friends, but things take a dark turn when a rival schoolmate drowns at a picnic. The mystery — recommended for mature audiences — continues Nov. 14-24 (7:30 p.m. Thur.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sun.) at Limelight Theatre, 11 Old Mission Ave., St. Augustine, $20-$25, 825-1164, limelight-theatre.org.
Ponte Vedra High School students stage the musical 7 p.m. Nov. 15-16 and 2 p.m. Nov. 16 in the school’s auditorium, 460 Davis Park Road, Ponte Vedra, $10, 547-7350.
THE WHIPPING MAN
A Civil War drama about freedom and faith is presented Nov. 14-23 (8 p.m. Thur.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sun.) on Players by the Sea’s main stage, 106 Sixth St. N., Jax Beach, $10-$28, 249-0289, playersbythesea.org.
OTHER DESERT CITIES
Jon Robin Baitz’s play, about a family with differing political views coming to terms with a long-held family secret, runs Nov. 16-23 at Fernandina Little Theatre, 1014 Beech St., Fernandina Beach, $9, 206-2607, ameliaflt.org.
A play set in a restaurant within a restaurant, written by Jacksonville native Jonathan Rand, is staged Nov. 17 and 24 (dinner 6 p.m., show 7 p.m.) at Raintree Restaurant Dinner Theater, 102 San Marco Ave., St. Augustine, $39.95, 824-7211, raintreerestaurant.com.
THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE
Adapted from C.S. Lewis’ story, this two-actor performance shows the world of the wardrobe with minimal scenery, costumes and props, 10:15 a.m. Nov. 19 at Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts, 283 College Drive, Orange Park, $8, 276-6750, thcenter.org.
Local poets and wordsmiths sound off 7 p.m. Dec. 5 and every first Thur. at The Ritz Theatre & Museum, 829 N. Davis St., Downtown, 632-5555, ritzjacksonville.com.
CALLS & WORKSHOPS
CONVERSATIONS AND COCKTAILS
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens presents a 45-minute panel discussion with local artists Jim Draper, Lily Kuonen and Dustin Harewood, moderated by Chief Curator Holly Keris, to celebrate “Modern Dialect: American Paintings from the John and Susan Horseman Collection” with wine, cheese and live music, followed by an artists' meet-and-greet, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Nov. 13 at the museum, 829 Riverside Ave., Riverside, members $25; nonmembers $35, 356-6857, cummer.org.
OUR FEMININE SIDE ART SHOW
The Art Center, in partnership with the Women’s Center of Jacksonville, accepts pieces in all media for “Our Feminine Side,” with works representing the female form, women’s issues, politics and the stages of womanhood. Entry deadline is Nov. 13 at Art Center Premier Gallery, Bank of America Tower, 50 N. Laura St., Ste. 150, Downtown, 355-1757, tacjacksonville.org/premier.html. An opening reception is held Nov. 14.
NASSAU COMMUNITY BAND
The band seeks new members for its 11th season as a multigenerational ensemble; rehearsals 6 p.m. Nov. 14 and every Thur. in Yulee Middle School band room, 85439 Miner Road, 277-1257, email@example.com, nassaucommunityband.com.
ISRAELI AMBASSADOR GIDEON MEIR
The former ambassador appears at “An Afternoon Dialogue with Ambassador Gideon Meir," 3:30-4:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at University of North Florida’s Student Union, 1 UNF Drive, Southside, free, 620-5934.
CELEBRATION OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS
University of North Florida’s Women’s Center hosts the 26th annual celebration, themed “Women, Rhythm and Motion,” with saxophonist Allana Southerland, Relave Aerial Dance group and St. Augustine artist Grace Bio, 7 p.m. Nov. 15; a dessert reception follows, at UNF’s Robinson Theater, 1 UNF Drive, Southside, free, 620-1128.
ROWITA AWARD NOMINATIONS
The St. Johns Cultural Council accepts nominations for Recognizing Outstanding Women in the Arts Awards through Dec. 1. For criteria information, call 808-7330 or go to stjohnsculture.com.
NORTHEAST FLORIDA SCHOLASTIC ARTS AWARDS
Students in grades 7-12 in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, St. Johns and Volusia counties may submit digital images of their works for the awards through Dec. 18. Teachers, parents and coaches may register students, who can then upload their entries at artandwriting.org/registration. Awards presentation is 10 a.m. Feb. 1 at Jacksonville University Auditorium, 2800 University Blvd. N., Arlington. Gold Key winning pieces displayed at a reception 2-4 p.m. Feb. 1 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 333 N. Laura St., Downtown, and then through Feb. 28 at Jacksonville Main Library, 303 N. Laura St., Downtown; artandwriting.org.
FREE KIDS’ DANCE CLASS
Classes for ages 7-11 are held 4:30-5:15 p.m. every Wed. at Dance Trance, 214 Orange St., Neptune Beach, free, 246-4600, dancetrancefitness.com/dtkidz.
BEGINNERS’ DANCE CLASSES
These classes are held 7:30-8:30 p.m. every Mon. and Wed. at Dance Trance, 1515 San Marco Blvd., San Marco, 390-0939, dancetrancefitness.com.
SALSA/HUSTLE AT STUDIO JEAR GROUP FITNESS
Classes are held 8-9 p.m. every Tue. Five one-hour dance sessions, $50 (all five sessions), 551-0459, firstname.lastname@example.org, zumbajear.com.
Belly Dance with Margarita 4 p.m. every Thur. and 10:30 a.m. every Sat. at Boleros Dance Center, 10131 Atlantic Blvd., Arlington, 721-3399.
ART THERAPY CLASSES
Classes are held 6-9 p.m. every Tue. at Diversions, 210 N. Laura St., Downtown, $30 includes supplies, 586-2088, email email@example.com.
JAZZ, DANCE AND TECHNIQUE
The classes continue every Tue. at Dance Trance, 1515 San Marco Blvd., 390-0939, dancetrancefitness.com.
Several classes for all ages and skill levels every Mon.-Fri. at The Dance Shack, 3837 Southside Blvd., Southside, 527-8694, thedanceshack.com.
DRAMATIC ARTS AT THE BEACHES
Theatrical performance classes and workshops, all ages and skill levels, are held Mon.-Fri. at Players by the Sea, 106 N. Sixth St., Jax Beach, fees vary, 249-0289.
Classes in theatrical performance, including song and dance, are held Mon.-Fri. at The Performers Academy, 3674 Beach Blvd., Spring Park, fees vary, 322-7672, theperformersacademy.com.
MIXED MEDIA ART CLASSES
Art classes are held weekly at Studio 121, 121 W. Forsyth St., Downtown, $20 per class or $100 for six weeks, 568-2146, teresemuller.com.
MURRAY HILL ART CLASSES
Six-week art classes are offered at Murray Hill Art Center, 4327 Kerle St., Murray Hill; $80 for adults, $50 for kids, 677-2787, artsjax.org.
BRAIDED LIGHT DANCE PROJECT
Weekly art classes are held at Barbara Thompson’s School of Dance, 8595 Beach Blvd., Ste. 310, Southside; intermediate ballet classes are held 6-7:30 p.m. every Mon. and modern/improv classes are offered 1-2:30 p.m. every Wed., $10, 997-0002, barbarathompsondance.com.
CLASSICAL & JAZZ
Classical guitarist Vidovic of Croatia plays 7 p.m. Nov. 14 at Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 1100 Stockton St., Riverside, $20, 389-6222, riversidefinearts.org.
ORANGE PARK CHORALE
The chorale group celebrates its 20th anniversary with performances 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 at Island View Baptist Church, 900 Park Ave., Orange Park, and 3 p.m. Nov. 17 at Riverside Presbyterian Church, 839 Park St., Riverside, 273-4279, orangeparkchorale.com.
JU MUSIC STUDENT RECITAL
The third of five faculty-selected student recitals is held 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at Jacksonville University’s Terry Concert Hall, 2800 University Blvd., Arlington, free, 256-7677, ju.edu.
LEE KONITZ, DAN TEPFOR
The concert, presented by the 26th annual Great American Jazz Series, is held 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at University of North Florida’s Robinson Theater, 1 UNF Drive, Southside, $8-$35, 620-2878, unf.edu.
The Beaches Fine Arts Series presents cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han, 10:30 a.m. Nov. 15 at University of North Florida’s Recital Hall, 1 UNF Drive, Southside, free, 620-2878, unf.edu.
WINES FOR MUSIC
Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra musicians perform at a wine tasting to benefit Beaches Residents Actively Supporting the Symphony, 5 p.m. Nov. 15 at Restaurant Medure, 818 A1A N., Ponte Vedra Beach, 354-5547, jaxsymphony.org.
POPPER CELLO FESTIVAL
Jacksonville University faculty members are joined by guest artists from University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music in a concert of pieces by David Popper 100 years after his death, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at JU’s Terry Concert Hall, 2800 University Blvd., Arlington, $10, 256-7677, ju.edu.
KENNY MACKENZIE TRIO
The trio of jazz musicians is on 8 p.m. Nov. 16 at Jazzland Café, 1324 University Blvd. N., Arlington, $10, 240-1009, jazzlandcafe.com.
ART OF THE BIG BAND
JU students and faculty play big band music, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17 at Jacksonville University’s Terry Concert Hall, 2800 University Blvd., Arlington, free, 256-7677, ju.edu.
CLASSICAL MYSTERY TOUR
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra performs with the original cast of Broadway’s “Beatlemania!,” 8 p.m. Nov. 16 and 3 p.m. Nov. 17 at the T-U Center’s Jacoby Symphony Hall, 300 W. Water St., Downtown, $25-$72, 354-5547, jaxsymphony.org.
UNF Orchestra recital features Mozart pieces, including “The Magic Flute” overture, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20 at University of North Florida’s Lazzara Performance Hall, 1 UNF Drive, Southside, $10, 620-2878, unf.edu.
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra is under the direction of guest conductor Robert Moody, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21 and 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Nov. 22-23 at the T-U Center’s Jacoby Symphony Hall, 300 W. Water St., Downtown, 354-5547, $16-$72, jaxsymphony.org.
JAZZ IN PONTE VEDRA
The Gary Starling Group, featuring Carol Sheehan, Billy Thornton and Peter Miles, performs 7:30-10:30 p.m. every Thur. at Table 1, 330 A1A N., Ponte Vedra, 280-5515.
JAZZ IN RIVERSIDE
Trumpeter Ray Callendar and guitarist Taylor Roberts are featured 9:30 p.m. every Thur. at Kickbacks Gastropub, 910 King St., Riverside, 388-9551.
JAZZ IN MANDARIN
Boril Ivanov Trio plays 7 p.m. every Thur. and pianist David Gum plays 7 p.m. every Fri. at Tree Steakhouse, 11362 San Jose Blvd., Mandarin, 262-0006.
JAX BEACH JAZZ
Live jazz is presented 6-9 p.m. every Fri. at Landshark Café, 1728 Third St. N., Jax Beach, 246-6024.
JAZZ IN NEPTUNE BEACH
Live jazz is featured 7:30-9:30 p.m. every Sat. at Lillie’s Coffee Bar, 200 First St., Neptune Beach, 249-2922.
JAZZ IN ST. AUGUSTINE
The House Cats play 9:30 p.m.-1 a.m. every Sat. at Stogies Club & Listening Room, 36 Charlotte St., St. Augustine, 826-4008.
JAZZ IN ARLINGTON
Jazzland Café features live music 8 p.m. every Sat. and 6-9 p.m. every Tue. at 1324 University Blvd. N., Arlington, 240-1009, jazzlandcafe.com.
JAZZ IN ST. AUGUSTINE
Live jazz is featured nightly at Rhett’s Piano Bar & Brasserie, 66 Hypolita St., St. Augustine, 825-0502.
ART WALKS, FESTIVALS & MARKETS
Arts and crafts, local produce and live music are featured 3-6 p.m. Nov. 13 and every Wed. at Bull Memorial Park, corner of East Coast Drive and Seventh Street, Atlantic Beach, 247-5800.
DOWNTOWN FRIDAY MARKET
Arts and crafts and local produce are offered 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 15 and every Fri. at The Jacksonville Landing, 2 Independent Drive, Downtown, 353-1188.
RIVERSIDE ARTS MARKET
Local and regional artists, strolling performers, bands and a farmers market are featured 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 16 and every Sat. at 715 Riverside Ave., Riverside, 554-6865, 389-2449, riversideartsmarket.com.
AMELIA FARMERS MARKET
The market offers farm-direct fruit and vegetables 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 16 and every Sat. at The Shops of Omni Amelia Island Plantation, 6800 First Coast Highway, Amelia Island, 491-4872, ameliafarmersmarket.com.
JACKSONVILLE COMMUNITY UNITY FESTIVAL
The festival includes a scavenger hunt, step show (6 p.m.) and concert (8 p.m.) Nov. 16 at Brewster’s Megaplex, 845 N. University Blvd., Arlington, 610-5426, thecoretour.org.
NORTH BEACHES ART WALK
Galleries of Atlantic and Neptune beaches are open late, 5-9 p.m. Nov. 21 and every third Thur., at various venues from Sailfish Drive in Atlantic Beach to Neptune Beach and Town Center. 249-2222, nbaw.org.
FLAGLER CREATES HANDMADE FESTIVAL
Handmade items are featured 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 23 on Flagler College's West Lawn, 74 King St., St. Augustine, free admission, flagler.edu/flaglercreates.
UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT
The self-guided tour features galleries, antique stores and shops open 5-9 p.m. Nov. 30 and every last Sat. in St. Augustine’s San Marco District, 824-3152.
NORTHSIDE LOVE ARTS & VENDORS MARKET
The market, “Lifting Our Various Enterprises,” includes entertainment, kids’ activities, arts, a fruit and vegetable market, food trucks and Zumba lessons, 2 p.m. Nov. 24 and every last Sun. at Lonnie Miller Park, 5054 Soutel Drive, Northside, 755-5281, northsidelove.com.
FIRST WEDNESDAY ART WALK
An art walk, featuring 30-40 galleries, museums and businesses and spanning 15 blocks, is held 5-9 p.m. Dec. 4 and every first Wed. in Downtown Jacksonville. For an events map, go to downtownjacksonville.org/marketing; iloveartwalk.com.
FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK
The tour of Art Galleries of St. Augustine is held Dec. 6 and every first Fri., with more than 15 galleries participating, 829-0065.
COMMUNITY FIRST SATURDAY
The event, held the first Sat. each month, features Art in the Park, free art classes in Hogan Street Gazebo, arts and family activities, food trucks on Pearl Street, and a music stage as part of Jacksonville Original Music Fest, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Dec. 7 on Northbank Riverwalk in Downtown Jacksonville, free, communityfirstsaturdays.com.
JAX BEACH ART WALK
More than 30 local artists display their works, 5-9 p.m. Dec. 10 and every second Tue., along First Street between Beach Boulevard and Fifth Avenue North, Jax Beach. For a list of artists and businesses, go to betterjaxbeach.com/jax-beach-art-walk.html.
SECOND SATURDAY ARTRAGEOUS ART WALK
The galleries of downtown Fernandina Beach are open for self-guided tours, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Dec. 14 and every second Sat., 277-0717, ameliaisland.com.
ALEXANDER BREST MUSEUM & GALLERY
Jacksonville University, 2800 N. University Blvd., Arlington, 256-7371, arts.ju.edu. JU’s Annual Student Juried Exhibition featuring animation, ceramics, computer-generated images, drawings, glass art, graphic design, paintings, photographs, prints and sculpture opens with a reception 5-7 p.m. Nov. 14; it runs through Dec. 12.
AMELIA ISLAND MUSEUM OF HISTORY
233 S. Third St., Fernandina Beach, 261-7378, ameliamuseum.org. The children’s exhibit, “Discovery Ship,” allows kids to pilot the ship, hoist flags and learn about the history of Fernandina’s harbor.
BEACHES MUSEUM & HISTORY PARK
381 Beach Blvd., Jax Beach, 241-5657, beachesmuseum.org. “A Painter and a Potter: Mary Ann Bryan and Charlie Brown,” featuring artists from Mayport Village, is on display through Dec. 1.
CAMP BLANDING MUSEUM
5629 S.R. 16 W., Camp Blanding, Starke, 682-3196, campblanding-museum.org. Artwork, weapons, uniforms and other artifacts from the activities of Camp Blanding during World War II are displayed along with outdoor displays of vehicles from WWII, Vietnam and Desert Storm.
CRISP-ELLERT ART MUSEUM
Flagler College, 48 Sevilla St., St. Augustine, 826-8530, flagler.edu/crispellert. “The Chess Project: Lee Walton Plays The World” continues through Nov. 30.
CUMMER MUSEUM OF ART & GARDENS
829 Riverside Ave., Riverside, 356-6857, cummer.org. “The Art of Empathy,” an exhibit showcasing a masterwork in The Cummer’s permanent collection, “Mother of Sorrows,” one of five known works by the Master of the Stötteritz Altar, is on display Nov. 26-Feb. 16. The artistic and devotional contexts of painting is explored through 21 works, 19 of which are borrowed from collections in the United States and Germany. “Modern Dialect: American Paintings from the John and Susan Horseman Collection” continues through Jan. 5. Florida State University Professor William Walmsley, a printmaker who holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art (and who invented fluorescent lithography), displays his work through July 8. “The Human Figure: Sculptures by Enzo Torcoletti” is on display through September 2014.
JACKSONVILLE MARITIME HERITAGE CENTER
2 Independent Drive, Ste. 162, Downtown, 355-1101, jacksonvillemaritimeheritagecenter.org. The permanent collection includes steamboats, nautical-themed art, books, documents and artifacts.
KARPELES MANUSCRIPT MUSEUM
101 W. First St., Springfield, 356-2992, rain.org/~karpeles/jaxfrm.html. “Works of Yard and the Art of Lawn” continues through Dec. 31. “Russia,” a history of Russia from Peter the Great to the first conquest of space, is on display through Dec. 28. The permanent collection includes other rare manuscripts.
75 King St., St. Augustine, 824-2874, lightnermuseum.org. The permanent collection features relics from America’s Gilded Age, exhibited on three floors.
MANDARIN MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY
11964 Mandarin Road, Mandarin, 268-0784, mandarinmuseum.net. Exhibits regarding Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Civil War vessel Maple Leaf are on display, as well as works by Mandarin artists.
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART JACKSONVILLE
333 N. Laura St., Downtown, 366-6911, mocajacksonville.com. Ingrid Calame’s exhibit “Tarred Over Cracks” opens Nov. 16 as part of Project Atrium in Haskell Atrium Gallery; it continues through March 9. The first exhibit to encompass the entire span of Michael Goldberg’s work, “Abstraction Over Time,” reappraises his contribution to postwar painting and presents a case study of the transformations of abstraction in American art, through Jan. 5. “Mythos: From Concept to Creation” — sculptural works by Enzo Torcoletti, reflecting a symbolic diversity of the human form — are displayed through Jan. 19 in the UNF Gallery MOCA.
MUSEUM OF SCIENCE & HISTORY
1025 Museum Circle, Southbank, 396-6674, themosh.org. “Great Balls of Fire: Comets, Asteroids and Meteors,” developed by The Space Science Institute’s National Center for Interactive Learning, examines risk related to an asteroid hitting Earth and what scientists can learn from the objects. The exhibit is displayed through Dec. 31. “Uncovering the Past: Archaeological Discoveries of North Florida” is on display through August 2014.
RITZ THEATRE & MUSEUM
829 N. Davis St., Downtown, 632-5555, ritzjacksonville.com. The exhibit “Word, Shout, Song: Lorenzo Dow Turner, Connecting Communities Through Language” continues through Dec. 31. Modeled after Harlem’s “Amateur Night at the Apollo,” host searches are held 7:30-10:30 p.m. every first Fri., $5.50.
ABSOLUTE AMERICANA ART GALLERY
77 Bridge St., St. Augustine, 824-5545, absoluteamericana.com. Romero Britto’s sculptures and limited-edition prints are featured.
AMIRO ART & FOUND GALLERY
9C Aviles St., St. Augustine, 824-8460, amiroartandfound.com. Works by Ginny Bullard, Estella Fransbergen, Deane Kellogg, Wendy Mandel McDaniel, Jan Tomlinson Master and Marcia Myrick Siany are featured.
THE ART CENTER MAIN GALLERY
31 W. Adams St., Downtown, 355-1757, tacjacksonville.org/main.html. Cookie Davis is the featured artist for November.
3562 St. Johns Ave., Avondale, 384-8797, avondaleartworks.com. “Visions of Impressionism” — an exhibit with paintings, etchings and lithographs by Degas, Gauguin, Manet and Renoir — is on display through Nov. 17. Alexandre Renoir, the great-grandson of Pierre Auguste Renoir, appears Nov. 16 and 17. Reservations required.
CLAY & CANVAS STUDIO
2642 Rosselle St., Ste. 6, Riverside, 501-766-1266. Works by Tiffany Whitfield Leach, Lily Kuonen and Rachel Evans may be viewed by appointment. The biannual Open Studio Night Exhibition, featuring new works by resident artists and guest artist Nida Bangash, is held 6-9 p.m. Dec. 13. DJ e. lee (WJCT’s “Indie Endeavor”) performs.
CORK ARTS DISTRICT
2689 Rosselle St., Riverside, 707-0030, corkartsdistrict.tumblr.com. “Femme Deux,” an exhibit of works by artists Lucy Clark, Christina Foard, Caroline Daley and Sharla Valeski, opens with a reception 6-10 p.m. Nov. 16 and continues through November at CoRK West. CoRK’s biannual Open Studios Day is held noon-8 p.m. Nov. 23, featuring tours of six buildings with more than 70 artists participating. Other participants are MetaCusp Studios, King Street Studios, Clay & Canvas Studio, EverVess Arts, Flaire Antiques, Studio Prometheus and Rogers Studio.
CORSE GALLERY & ATELIER
4144 Herschel St., Riverside, 388-8205, corsegalleryatelier.com. Permanent works on display feature those by Kevin Beilfuss, Eileen Corse, Miro Sinovcic, Maggie Siner, Alice Williams and Luana Luconi Winner.
4600 Middleton Park Center W., Egret Hall, Intracoastal West, 360-3923. “Winter Joy,” an exhibit of sketches and paintings by Cypress Village resident artists, opens with a reception 2-5 p.m. Nov. 16 and is displayed through Jan. 9.
FIRST STREET GALLERY
216-B First St., Neptune Beach, 241-6928, firststreetgalleryart.com. Pastel painter Richard Lundgren’s “Coastal North Florida” is on display through Jan. 3.
THE GALLERY AT HOUSE OF STEREO
8780 Perimeter Park Ct., Ste. 100, Southside, 642-6677, houseofstereo.com. Painting, art glass, photography, woodcrafts, pottery and sculpture are featured.
GEORGIA NICK GALLERY
11A Aviles St., St. Augustine, 806-3348, georgianickgallery.com. The artist-owned studio displays Nick’s sea and landscape photography, along with local works by oil painters, a mosaic artist, potter, photographer and author.
HASKELL GALLERY & DISPLAY CASES
Jacksonville International Airport, 14201 Pecan Park Road, Northside, 741-3546. Works by Diane Fraser and Mary Atwood (Haskell Gallery), Jim Smith (Connector Bridge Art display case before security) and Chris Moore (Concourse A and C display cases past security) are on display through December.
floridamininggallery.com/exhibitions/the-highway-gallery. Nine artists — Nathaniel Artkart Price, Ken Daga, Ashley C. Waldvogel, Brianna Angelakis, Christina Foard, Linda Olsen, Sara Pedigo, Zach Fitchner and Russell Maycumber — will be featured on digital billboards throughout the city in collaboration with Clear Channel of Jacksonville through July 2014.
ISLAND ART ASSOCIATION
18 N. Second St., Fernandina Beach, 261-7020. The juried theme show “Everyday Stuff” is featured in November.
THE JACKSONVILLE LANDING
2 Independent Drive, Downtown, cavendishprojects.com. “Hot-N-Fresh,” an original street exhibit organized by Michael and Michele Cavendish that includes stencil and spray paint art, is on display through Dec. 15 in the upstairs food court.
FSCJ Kent Campus, 3939 Roosevelt Blvd., Westside, 381-3674. An exhibit of Troy Eittreim's works continues through Nov. 19.
701 Market St., Ste. 107A, St. Augustine, 819-1584, palenciafineartsacademy.com. “Passport: Cambodia,” an exhibit of Gina Torkos’ oil paintings created from her experiences traveling in Cambodia, continues through Dec. 20.
1037 Hendricks Ave., San Marco, 398-3161, reddiarts.com. Works by local artists are featured, with a focus on “emerging artists for emerging collectors.” Collections change monthly.
FSCJ’s South Campus, 11901 Beach Blvd., Southside, 646-2023, facebook.com/southgallery. Bharati Chaudhuri's and Ron Garrett’s paintings, prints and sculptures are displayed through Nov. 14.
201 N. Hogan St., Ste. 100, Downtown, 553-6361, southlightgallery.com. The gallery features the works of 25 local artists, including Sydney McKenna, Peter Blunt and John Bunker, as well as guest artist Larry Davis.
228 W. King St., St. Augustine, 829-2838, spaceeight.com. “Art Dorks Rise,” an exhibit by the Art Dorks Collective, continues through November.
1028 Park St., Five Points, 359-0047, sunraycinema.com. Sam North’s solo exhibit, “Sammy thrashLife,” is displayed in Sun-Ray’s lobby through Nov. 30; a reception is held 6 p.m. Nov. 17.
Jewish Community Alliance, 8505 San Jose Blvd., Mandarin, jcajax.org. “Point of View,” a juried exhibit of contemporary fiber art, opens Dec. 6 and continues through Jan. 8. The exhibit is presented by the Fiber Artists Network.