Florida Southern College Festival of Fine Arts

Florida Southern College | Annie Pfeiffer Chapel | Central FL

Florida Southern College Festival of Fine Arts: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel

Hours of Operation

  • Box Office, Monday - Friday: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Florida Southern College boasts the largest one-site collection of "Frank Lloyd Wright architecture.

About Florida Southern College

Florida Southern College, the oldest private college in Florida, is a liberal arts college featuring Frank Lloyd Wright architecture and Festival of Fine Arts.

Festival of Fine Arts

The Florida Southern College Festival of Fine Arts continues its annual series of outstanding presentations in art, music, theatre and dance. In its four decades of serving campus and community audiences, the Festival has upheld a proud tradition of concerts, plays and art exhibits that cover the widest possible spectrum.

Unique to the series is the practice of combining top professional attractions with campus-generated solo and ensemble presentations. This means that our audiences – while receiving cultural enrichment themselves – are also playing an active part in an arts-in-education experience. The festival runs from October through April.

To view the schedule of the Festival of Fine arts, visit their website.

Meetings and Conventions

Florida Southern College boasts the largest one-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in the world. Guided tours included visiting the spectacular Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. The Hollis room, previously the Frank Lloyd Wright designed library, is a unique setting for meetings. All room reservations are handled through the Office of Business Affairs. To book your space, set-up requirements and audio visual needs, on campus, please contact Pat Davis at 863-680-4159.

Blog Posts

New Sculpture Exhibit in Melvin Gallery, Florida Southern College
NeocryptoFunk, an exhibit of new sculptures, created by Dewane Hughes opened in the Melvin Gallery at Florida Southern College on January 20 at 7pm with a well-attended reception that included the artist and his wife. [Read more]