The Centers proudly presents a wide-range of art exhibitions which enlighten visitors throughout the year. Some shows feature member, faculty or local student artists—others are national or international traveling exhibitions.

Our seasonal schedule focuses on a particular theme, medium or concept. Regional artists are featured in the summer, traveling exhibitions are on display in the autumn, and our Annual Members Exhibition is on view in the winter, beginning in February.

RE/ALIGNED: Artwork from the Florida chapter of the National Association of Women Artists

April 11-May 26, 2022

Performing Arts Center
10150 Bonita Beach Road
Closing Reception: May 26, 5-6:30pm

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The Mission of the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (NAWA) is to promote awareness of and interest in visual art created by women in the United States. The Association promotes culture and education in the visual arts, including exhibitions of its members' works, educational programs, scholarships, awards and historical archive.

High School Student Showcase

May 9-13, 2022

Visual Arts Center
26100 Old 41 Road
Closing Reception & Scholarship Awards: May 13, 6-8pm

Always an intriguing show, “Student Showcase” features the artwork of area high school students. Their work is fresh and imaginative—filled with feeling and color. High school seniors compete for college tuition scholarships provided by Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs’ Donor Scholarship Program. All participants receive class scholarships good for programming at the Center for the Arts.

Middle School Exhibition

May 23-27, 2022

Visual Arts Center
26100 Old 41 Road
Closing Reception: May 27, 6-8pm

The Middle School Exhibition features artwork of area middle school students. Always a colorful and thought-provoking exhibition.

Fun in the Sun

June 10-30, 2022

Visual Arts Center
26100 Old 41 Road
Opening Reception: June 10, 6pm

This Open Call exhibition features works created by the Centers’ artists—celebrating all things summer. “Live in the sunshine. Swim in the sea. Drink the wild air.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson