November Art Listings 2022

The Art Center Gallery


Butterfield Garage Art Gallery

  • Featured artists: Daniel Callahan and Michael Higbe


The Corner Gallery at The Jessie

  • “Past, Present, Future: Rivers, Threads, Pockets and Bubbles” featuring works by Dustin Harewood, Malcolm Jackson, Toni Smailagić and Jordan Walter, through Nov. 2


Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

  • “Deborah Robert: I’m,” through Dec. 4
  • “Revolve: Spotlight on the Permanent Collection,” through Nov. 13
  • “Frieseke in Florida: Memories of Jacksonville in the 1880s,” through Jan. 1
  • “The Age of Armor: Treasures from the Higgins Armory Collection at the Worcester Art Museum,” Oct. 21 through Jan. 22
  • “Jacksonville’s Norman Studios,” through Jan. 30
  • ”Illuminating Nature,” Nov. 29, Cummer Gardens


Flagler College

  • Erin Kendrick: “The Hotelsmen,” Nov. 4-Dec. 2, Crisp-Ellert Art Museum


Florida State College

  • “The Pain of Process” with works by Nick Wagner, Colbey Joyce, Sole del Real and Devin Maya, through Nov. 15, Kent Campus Gallery
  • Prints by Mizin Shin, through Nov. 9, South Campus Gallery 
  • “Mirrors and Windows: A Collection of Works by the Art Therapists of Indigo Art Therapy,” through Nov. 18, North Campus Gallery
  • Highlights of the Student Annual, through Nov. 30, Downtown Campus Gallery
  • “Elena Øhlander: Journey to the West East,” through Dec. 8, The Gallery at Deerwood Center
  • Student Holiday Celebration, Nov. 16-Dec. 6, South Campus Gallery
  • Kent Campus Student Holiday Celebration, Nov. 22-Dec. 6, Kent Campus Gallery


Haskell Gallery at Jacksonville International Airport


HIllary Whitaker Gallery

  • Works by Carmelo Blanding, John Bunker, Hillary Butler, Dennis Campay, Page Jones Davis, Marissa Decinque, Christina Foard, Jennifer JL Jones and others



Jacksonville Main Library

  • “Duval Art Downtown: An Exhibition for Educators,” through November 15, Betty Francis Art Gallery


Jacksonville University

  • ”Bill Davis: No Dark in Sight,” virtual exhibition
  • “Kristin Skees: Close Knit,” virtual exhibition


Lightner Museum

  • “Bouke de Vries: War and Pieces,” through Dec. 31


MOCA Jacksonville 

  • “Express Your UNF Pride,” through Nov. 13
  • “Art With a Heart: What Lifts You Up,” through Jan. 8
  • “FIFTY: An Alumni Exhibition,” through Feb. 12
  • “Shervone Neckles: Bless This House,” through March 5
  • “Don’t Blame It on Zen: The Way of John Cage & Friends,” through May 7
  • Black Art Matters Series: Artist Radcliffe Bailey, virtual lecture, Nov. 8


Museum of Science and History

  • Arts Infusion ImagiNclusion, MOSH Lobby
  • Works by Princess Simpson Rashid, MOSH Creation Station


NoCo Center

  • “Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience,” through Nov. 27


Ritz Theatre & Museum

  • “Through Our Eyes: Female Led Legacies,” through Jan. 9
    • “Lift Ev’ry Voice,” permanent collection


San Marco Art Festival

Nov. 26-27

San Marco Square


Stellers Gallery

  • Works by Eileen Corse, Jim Draper, Fallon Pepper, C. Ford Riley, Alice Williams, MacTruque and Jeff Foxwothy (yes, that Jeff Foxworthy)


University of North Florida

  • Works by UNF Art, Art History and Design Faculty, through Nov. 11, UNF Gallery of Art
    • “Forms of Knowing: Cultural Documents Considering Alzheimer’s Research,” through Nov. 11, Lufrano Intercultural Gallery


The Vault at 1930

  • Works by Ellen Diamond, David Engdahl, Dolf James, Ed Hall, Ed Malesky, William McMahan and others


Yellow House

  • “Sit in Stand Up,” virtual exhibition
  • “Still Not About a Hotdog and a Coke,” virtual exhibition
  • “Magic, Mirth, and Mortality: Musings on Black Motherhood,” virtual exhibition



Art Walk: Nov. 2

Downtown Jacksonville lights up the first Wednesday of the month with art by local artists at hubs in James Weldon Johnson Park, The Jessie and Vagabond Flea at VyStar Tower from 5–9 p.m. Visitors can also enjoy live music, food trucks, street performers, free admission to MOCA and complimentary rides on JTA’s Skyway.


Fernandina Beach Arts Market: Nov. 12 and 26

Amelia Island’s premier arts and crafts market comes alive the second and fourth Saturday of every month from 9 a.m.–1 p.m.


Riverside Arts Market: Nov. 5, 12, 19 and 26

Artists, artisans and makers display their original paintings, jewelry, photographs, prints and other handcrafted items every Saturday—rain or shine—from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Riverside Avenue underneath the canopy of the Fuller Warren Bridge.


St. Augustine First Friday Artwalk: Nov. 4

The first Friday of every month (hence the clever name) more than 30 galleries around the Oldest City open their doors from 5–9 p.m. for visitors to browse exhibits and interact with artists. A complimentary trolley service provides transportation between downtown venues.