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BLUE MANGROVE GALLERY, Marco Town Center Mall, 1089 N. Collier Blvd., Suite 417, (239) 393-2405. Hand-crafted gift gallery featuring Florida art, pottery, glass, jewelry and so much more! A complete delight for the visual senses, bluemangrovegallery. com

MARCO ISLAND CENTER FOR THE ARTS, 1010 Winterberry Drive, (239) 394-4221. The mission of Marco Island Center for the Arts is to promote education and appreciation of the arts,

SUNSHINE STUDIOS OF MARCO ISLAND, (239) 4049179. Fine art contemporary paintings by Everglades artist Jo-Ann Sanborn,


ALAN BROWN GALLERY, (239) 877-1847. Private art dealer, by appointment only. Appraisals for estates, insurance and charitable contributions,

ARSENAULT STUDIO & BANYAN ARTS GALLERY, 1199 Third St. S., (239) 263-1214. Features paintings by contemporary impressionist Paul Arsenault and other fine artists, including James P. Kerr and renowned photographer Clyde Butcher. The gallery has been supporting preservation and conservation through art since 1974.

ARTANA, The Design District, 462 Tamiami Trail N., (239) 228-6286. Established in 2000, Artana's monthly exhibitions Introduce individuals and companies to exceptional paintings and sculpture by leading mid-career, museum-collected artists,

BARBARA GROENTEMAN, 5760 Shirley St., Unit 7, (239) 572-3386. Working studio and gallery featuring fine art watercolors of Barbara Groenteman. Themes are tropical and wildlife done in a realistic technique. Originals, giclees and commissions are available,

BETH SISTRAUNK FINE ART, (239) 293-4904. Oil paintings, apprenticeship programs, workshops and private artist retreats held in Sistrunk's beautifully appointed studio. By appointment only,

BONNY HAWLEY ART GALLERY, 2371 Linwood Ave., Suite 108, (239) 649-1389. Gallery and studio showcasing large scale mixed media abstract and figurative art on wood, canvas and free flowing linen. In business In Collier County for 25 years. Open daily,

THE CLAY PLACE, 1555 Shadowlawn Drive, Naples, (239) 775-1078. Naples' first pottery studio was established in 1972. Production includes a wide variety of wares (including the ever famous "fish platter") and unique custom orders. Open to the public daily,

CLYDE BUTCHER'S BIG CYPRESS GALLERY, 52388 Tamiami Trail, (239) 695-2428. Black and white photographer Clyde Butcher beckons the viewer to a personal communion with the natural world. Enjoy his gallery of photographs and gift shop items. One-of-a-kind lodging and swamp walks are available.

DEBRUYNE FINE ART, 275 Broad Ave. S., (239) 262-4551. An elite art gallery that shows like a museum.

DENNIS GOODMAN PHOTOGRAPHY AND PRINTING, 5880 Shirley St., Suite 207, (239) 825-4677. Fine art gallery and print shop,

EAST WEST FINE ART, BIGHAM GALLERIA, 2425 Tamiami Trail N., Suite 102, (239) 220-7503. This location specializes in academically trained, world-renowned artists of the Russian school, as well as fine-art collectibles and gifts,

EAST WEST FINE ART, MERCATO, 9115 Strada Place, Suite 5130, (239) 821-9459. After 17 years in business, Gallery on Fifth is now East West Fine Art (EWFA) with two Naples Locations. EWFA showcases European, Russian and American contemporary and abstract paintings, and sculpture.

EMILY JAMES GALLERY, 720 Fifth Ave. S., Suite 111, (239) 777-3283. Features the paintings of renowned local artist Emily James, who has her gallery as well as her painting studio in the Fifth Avenue South courtyard in the heart of Old Naples,

THE ENGLISHMAN FINE ART, 1190 Third St. S., (239) 649-8088. The Englishman Fine Art is a landmark gallery with an extensive collection of oil paintings alongside a selection of contemporary art by leading artists with regular openings on Thursdays,

GALLERIES OF CRAYTON COVE, 810 12th Ave. S., (239) 659-2787. A professional artist community In Old Naples by the Bay, all within a one-block walk for the public to stroll the galleries and enjoy music and art. Includes Guess-Fisher Gallery, Earth & Fire, Phil Fisher Gallery/Studio, Random Acts of Art and Vintage Charm,

GALLERY CW, 993 Second Ave., (239) 307-8498. The gallery of local artists Brad Woods and Dennis Creadon, whose works bring a dynamic and Impressionable feeling to any lifestyle and decor with sophistication and beauty,

GALLERY VIBE, Pavilion, 851 Vanderbilt Beach Road, (239) 417-3450. GALLERYVIBE, formerly Naples landmark Galerie du Soleil, celebrates its new location at the Pavilion In North Naples. The captivating 4,000-square-foot gallery offers a current and inspiring fusion of fine art and design,

GUESS-FISHER GALLERY, 810 12th Ave. S., (239) 659-2787. In the art business in Naples since 1983, offering works by area artists in Crayton Cove. Special shows featuring well known artists In January and February. Must see!

HARMON-MEEK GALLERY, 599 Ninth St. N., Suite 309, (239) 261-2637. Harmon-Meek Gallery has provided Naples residents and visitors with works of art by major American artists since 1964.

HARMON-MEEKIMODERN, 382 12th Ave. S., (239) 262-2699. Harmon-Meeklmodern is the latest expansion of Harmon-Meek Gallery and marks a return to Third Street South District for this family-owned gallery. Directly representing more than 40 major American artists,

HW GALLERY, 1305 Third St. S., (239) 263-6640. In business 16 years, HW Gallery delights in finding and offering works by Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, Roy Llchtenstein, Jim Dine, Joan Miro, Marc Chagall, Alex Katz, Alexander Calder, Marcus Jansen and others of high reputation. The gallery also exhibits new paintings by abstractionists Mark Dickson, Ted Lincoln, Veron Ennls and others,

JOEL SHAPSES GALLERY OF SCULPTURE AND PAINTINGS, 6240 Shirley St., Suite 102, (954) 830-3156. Contemporary sculptures In glass, marble, granite, alabaster, aluminum and neon, as well as watercolor, acrylic and oil paintings. Regular gallery openings the first Wednesday evening of the month and third Saturday of the month, joelshapsesstudio. com

JUDITH LIEGEOIS ART AND DESIGN GALLERY, 363 12th Ave. S., (239) 430-6811. Art and design gallery featuring the finest local artists and craftsmen. Come see why it's described as "Luxurious, Comfort in Living" and meet local abstract artist Mike Browne,

THE LADY FROM HAITI, 612 Fifth Ave. S., Suite A, (239) 649-8607. Caribbean-inspired home decor and unusual handmade gifts from around the world, plus sterling silver and funky jewelry, and Haitian folk art--paintings, papler-mache and steel drum sculptures,

LESLIE HINDMAN AUCTIONEERS, 850 Sixth Ave. S., first floor, (239) 643-4448. Provides exceptional service and achieves record auction prices in categories ranging from fine jewelry and timepieces to post-war and contemporary art, modern design, luxury accessories and beyond.

MARIANNE FRIEDLAND GALLERY, 359 Broad Ave. S., (239) 262-3484. Wolf Kahn paintings and pastels are featured at the Marianne Friedland Gallery, along with American Masters, including Avery, Vicente, Held, Hofmann, Fish, Olitski and Dzubas.

M.C. GILL FINE ART STUDIO, FUNKY FLAMINGO STUDIO, 1004 Ridge St., (239) 253-8827. Home of national award winning artist Muffy Clark Gill. Shop for fine art batik paintings and gifts for the home at the studio. Workshops and classes available,,

THE NAPLES ART ASSOCIATION, 585 Park St., (239) 262-6517. Since 1954, the Naples Art Association has transformed the community through inspired arts leadership and continuous creation of a visual arts center that inspires and empowers artists and the general public in Southwest Florida, naplesart. org

NAPLES ART DISTRICT, P.O. Box 111455, 2172 J&C Blvd., (239) 289-5070. The Naples Art District has the largest concentration of professional artist studios and galleries in Southwest Florida, and provides a unique visual and cultural destination for fine art and education,

NATIVE VISIONS GALLERY, 737 Fifth Ave. S., (239) 643-3785. Carries traditional and contemporary fine art. Works include original paintings, bronze and stone sculpture, raku, glass, limited editions, wildlife, bird life, landscapes, florals, seascapes and marine life,

NORA BUTLER DESIGNS, online only, (239) 325-8547. Nora Butler Is widely recognized for her unique style of "pictures within pictures." Nora has left retail and moved to an online shopping store. Please visit her online,

PHIL FISHER GALLERY, 810 12th Ave. S., (239) 403-8393. Fine art gallery featuring some of Naples' most well-known area artists working in watercolors, oils and batik: Phil Fisher and Natalie Guess.

QUIDLEY & COMPANY, 375 Broad Ave. S., (239) 261-4300. This full-service gallery offers selected works by master artists from the United States and Europe, each renowned for their period and genre,

ROSEN GALLERY & STUDIOS, 2172 J & C Blvd., (239) 821-1061. Provides a unique artistic experience uniting three gallery spaces that surround the working studios of featured artists Rosita Gilsenan, painter; Richard W. Rosen, award-winning sculptor; and Tracy M. Rosen, painter,

SHELDON FINE ART, 460 Fifth Ave. S., (239) 649-6255. For more than 50 years, Sheldon Fine Art has been bringing the finest in seascape, landscape, figurative and abstract art to collectors in both Naples, Florida, and Newport, Rhode Island,

SWEET ART GALLERY, 2054 Trade Center Way, (239) 597-2110. One of Southwest Florida's largest modern art galleries, specializing in large canvases by local and nationally known artists with complimentary consultations and installations,

THOMAS RILEY STUDIO, 26 10th St. S., (239) 529-2633. Gallery specializing in contemporary craft, fine art, and design. Represents international emerging, mid-career and established artists and designers,

TREASURE ISLAND ANTIQUES, 950 Central Ave., (239) 434-7684. Treasure Island is a 12,000-square-foot multi-vendor antique and design gallery featuring more than 40 vendors specializing in art, estate jewelry, antiques, mid-century modern works and fine home furnishings,

UNITED ARTS COUNCIL, 1495 Pine Ridge Road, Suite 5, (239) 254-8242. Enriches lives and strengthens the community through the power of the arts as the primary resource for arts services and cultural information. Provides arts education for at-risk students and low-income adults in Collier County.

UP ART AND DESIGN GALLERY--CONTEMPORARY, 340 Eighth St. S., (239) 641-3898. A decidedly unique venue where exhibitions explore the boundaries of fine art as well as functional art, presenting mixed media installations, objects, art furniture, painting, photography and examples of intermingled media as inventive and magical artifacts,

VINO'S PICASSO, 2367 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Suite 805, (239) 431-8750. Vino's Picasso is Southwest Florida's first and favorite paint bar! The studio is an authentic co-op of local artists working to create fun, original paintings and projects for first-time painters.



NAPLES BALLET, 1005 Fifth Ave. N., (239) 732-1000. Created in 2008, Naples Ballet strives to provide cultural enrichment in Naples through two full-length classical ballets each year, as well as several other performances in the community, dance education, community outreach and scholarship programs,

NAPLES BELLYDANCE, ALLSTAR DANCE STUDIO, 4910 Tamiami Trail N., (239) 273-2167. Naples Bellydance features fun and empowering classes for all levels. It creates a positive, supportive environment for students to enjoy creativity, fitness and performance,



NAPLES INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, 5833 Pelican Bay Blvd., (239) 597-1900. Now a part of Artis--Naples, the Naples International Film Festival brings features, documentaries and shorts from across the state, country and world to Naples for a four-day festival event with events on the Artis--Naples campus and at Silverspot Cinema.

SON STUDIOS, 3765 Airport-Pulling Road N., Suite 203, (239) 403-0203. SON creates relevant, mainstream media that has a positive impact on society.



MARCO ISLAND FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS, P.O. Box 1091, (239) 389-0280. An all-volunteer, nonprofit organization bringing literary, visual and performing arts to the Marco Island community through a variety of events,


AUCTIONS NEAPOLITAN, 1100 First Ave. S., (239) 262-7333. Scheduled auctions, negotiated sales and evaluations of fine art, antiques and better home furnishings,

CALUSA GALLERY, 2460 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Suite 404, (239) 594-3888. North Naples fine custom frame shop and art gallery. All framing done to conservation standards; choose from thousands of designer moldings. The gallery carries original art, antique prints, posters and limited editions,

IKEBANA INTERNATIONAL NAPLES CHAPTER 160, Naples Botanical Garden. International organization for the promotion and education of the Japanese art of flower arranging,

NAPLES ARTCRAFTERS, P.O. Box 10844, (239) 649-1389. Has been supporting local fine arts and crafts and artists for 50 years, naplesartcrafters. com

NAPLES BOTANICAL GARDEN, 4820 Bayshore Drive, (239) 643-7275. Naples Botanical Garden Is a 170-acre world-class paradise that features the plants and cultures of the tropics and subtropics, including Brazil, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia and Florida,

NAPLES PORCELAIN ARTISTS, Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 111 Mooringline Drive, (239) 597-7507. Meets monthly November through April to provide technical and educational training in the art of porcelain painting. The club draws Internationally known artists to teach workshops to members.

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA PASTEL SOCIETY, P.O. Box 110236, (239) 949-4875. Pastel artists of all levels meet every third Tuesday October through May and can bond, join book clubs, paint plein air, participate In workshops, demos, exhibitions and art challenges to expand their creativity.



SMALLWOOD STORE-MUSEUM,360 Mamie St., P.O. Box 310, (239) 695-2989. Established In 1906 as an Ole Indian Trading Post, it is open as a historical museum focusing on the pioneers who settled the "Last Frontier." Take eco boat tours through Everglades National Park from our dock. See the dolphins, manatees, birds, wildlife and beautiful mangrove Islands with gorgeous sunsets, smallwood


AH-TAH-THI-KI MUSEUM, 34725 W. Boundary Road, (863) 902-1113. In the Seminole language, Ah-TahThi-KI means a place to learn, a place to remember. We invite you to the Big Cypress Reservation to learn about our history and culture,


MUSEUM OF THE EVERGLADES, 105 W. Broadway, (239) 695-0008. Opened in 1927 as a commercial laundry, the museum dates to when construction of the Tamiami Trail was underway and the settlement of Everglades served as the first County seat,


IMMOKALEE PIONEER MUSEUM AT ROBERTS RANCH, 1215 Roberts Ave. W., (239) 658-2466. Originally home to cattleman Robert Roberts, this 13-acre historic site and museum features exhibits, programs, and 15 original buildings that tell the story of cow hunters, ranchers and pioneer-spirited families,


MARCO ISLAND HISTORICAL MUSEUM, 180 S. Heathwood Drive, (239) 642-1440. Explore Southwest Florida's Calusa Indians with a recreated village scene. Exhibits trace this island from pioneer roots as a fishing village, pineapple plantation and clam cannery, through its explosive growth,

MARCO ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 180 S. Heathwood Drive, (239) 389-6447. Preserves and shares the history and heritage of Marco Island and the surrounding community,


COLLIER MUSEUM AT GOVERNMENT CENTER, 3331 Tamiami Trail E., (239) 252-8476. The museum offers more than 10,000 square feet of displays, plus a traveling exhibit room, lecture hall, native gardens, restored Naples cottages, archaeology lab, Seminole village, Calusa Indian camp and more,

CORKSCREW SWAMP SANCTUARY, 375 Sanctuary Road, (239) 348-9151. Audubon's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary comprises 13,000 acres of sensitive land owned and protected by the National Audubon Society since 1954. Its renowned 2.25-mile boardwalk winds through the world's largest remaining bald cypress forest. Corkscrew Is Southwest Florida's premier outdoor environmental learning center, a Ramsar Wetland of International Importance, an Important Blrding Area and a Gateway to the Florida Birding Trail,

FRIENDS OF THE COLLIER COUNTY MUSEUM , 3331 Tamiami Trail E., (239) 331-6501. FOCCM seeks to support the Collier County museums through fundraising, events and volunteer efforts to promote local culture and history,

GOLISANO CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF NAPLES, 15080 Livingston Road, (239) 514-0084. The Golisano Children's Museum of Naples (C'mon) is a brain-building powerhouse and Southwest Florida's first museum devoted for children and families to learn through play,

THE HOLOCAUST MUSEUM & EDUCATION CENTER OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA, 4760 Tamiami Trail N., Suite 7, (239) 263-9200. The museum's mission is to inspire action against bigotry, hatred and violence. Dally tours of permanent collection; temporary exhibits, events and education outreach programs.

NAPLES DEPOT MUSEUM, 1051 Fifth Ave. S., (239) 262-6525. Set in Naples' first passenger train station, we take visitors back to Florida's railroading heydays and tell how technology and transportation helped Naples grow,

NAPLES HISTORICAL SOCIETY, P.O. Box 201, 137 12th Ave. S, (239) 261-8164. The Central Voice of Naples history, the Naples Historical Society owns and operates Naples' oldest house, Historic Palm Cottage, as a 3,500-square-foot house museum. Offers tours Tuesday through Friday,



THE MARCO PLAYERS, 1089 N. Collier Blvd., Suite 432, (239) 642-7270. The Marco Players Is the oldest not-for-profit, 501(c)3, community theater on Marco Island. As a volunteer-driven organization that operates year-round, The Marco Players Theater delivers live community theater to residents of and visitors to Southwest Florida,


CAPA CULTURAL AND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, 239 Airport-Pulling Road S., (239) 775-2800. Provides the community affordable cultural, educational and performance opportunities while developing a new arts center to better serve the audiences and artists of Collier County,

CLASSIC CHAMBER CONCERTS, P.O. Box 7854, (239) 434-8505. Provides world-class music for the enjoyment of Southwest Florida, and educates and encourages all audiences to enjoy classical music,

EVERGLADES BARBERSHOP CHORUS, 4622 Lakewood Blvd., (239) 434-6445. A group of men who love singing; we sing acapella and sing in "barbershop style"; we love to entertain and enjoy the fellowship our group provides,

GULFSHORE OPERA, 3281 Golden Gate Blvd. W., (239) 529-3925. Serving Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties, Gulfshore Opera promises to present the highest quality of opera theater and classical vocal music performances while maximizing accessibility for audiences of all ages,

MOORINGS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 791 Harbour Drive, (239) 261-1487. A house of worship that emphasizes the performing arts and hosts concerts and recitals each season. The 900-seat sanctuary houses a 3,657-pipe organ and a Fazioli grand piano,

NAPLES BIG BAND, 800M Meadowland Drive, (239) 777-0416. Naples Big Band Is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a dual mission: to promote, preserve and perform American big band music, and to financially support music education in area schools.

NAPLES CONCERT BAND, (239) 263-9521. The Naples Concert Band is a nonprofit dedicated to entertaining the community with enriching Sunday concerts in the park for more than 40 years. Admission to all performances is free, with donations appreciated. Donations received at each concert help defray expenses and help with The Band's Scholarship Fund,

NAPLES JAZZ SOCIETY, 470 18th Ave. S., (239) 263-1113. Naples Jazz Society sponsors two Dixieland jazz bands that perform jazz concerts in Naples. Concerts are free but donations are greatly appreciated.

NAPLES MUSIC CLUB, P.O. Box 112383, (239) 384-9205. Supports music education and performance, provides music scholarships, and engages in collaborative outreach efforts within Naples and neighboring communities,

NAPLES ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS, P.O. Box 9542, (239) 594-6903. Provides classical and popular music to Collier County audiences, supporting community and student musicians,

NAPLES PIANO STUDIO, 5600 Trail Blvd., Suite 9, (239) 591-2014. Provides piano Instruction for adults and children, plus sheet music and music gifts,

THE NAPLES PLAYERS SUGDEN THEATRE, 701 Fifth Ave. S., (239) 434-7340. Rated one of the best in the nation, The Naples Players Sugden Theatre offers year-round musicals, comedies, and Naples' premier performing arts education for adults and youth,

OFF THE HOOK COMEDY CLUB, 2500 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Suite 1100. (239) 389-6901. Off The Hook comedy opened in 2005 on Marco Island, and was relocated to Naples by owner Brien Spina. As the first comedy club in Southwest Florida to incorporate a full-service restaurant, the venue has staged more than a thousand comedians, including Tom Green, Steve-O, Mike Epps, Darrell Hammond, Pauly Shore, Carlos Mencia, Kevin Hart, Chris Kattan, Gabriel Iglesias, Eddie Griffin, Andy Dick, Kevin Nealon, Shawn Wayans, Louie Anderson, Tom Arnold, Jackie Mason, Jim Breuer, Tommy Chong and many more.

OPERA NAPLES, 2408 Linwood Ave., (239) 963-9050. Located in the heart of Naples in Southwest Florida's Collier County, Opera Naples Is dedicated to presenting opera productions and concerts of the highest quality,

STAY IN MAY FESTIVAL, P.O. Box 771176, (239) 2909433. The Stay in May Festival will hold its seventh festival, with events held around Collier and Lee counties, featuring 40 events across 15 locations.

VOICES OF NAPLES, 2249 Clipper Way, (239) 643-0980. Voices of Naples is a community chorale whose proceeds fund scholarships to young men and women pursuing higher education in music.



GULFSHORE PLAYHOUSE, 1010 Fifth Ave. S., Suite 205, (239) 261-7529. Passionately committed to enriching the cultural landscape of our region by producing professional theater to the highest artistic standards and providing unique educational opportunities to diverse groups of people in a spirit of service, adventure and excitement,

THEATREZONE, 13275 Livingston Road, (239) 424-9500. TheatreZone presents professional, Equity theatrical productions as well as concerts; offers behind-the-scenes tours; and offers an off-site cabaret series,

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