Arts Council presents Connections Project Key West Closing Reception April 16th at Williams Hall

FLORIDA KEYS — The Florida Keys Council of the Arts is proud to present “The Connections Project: Making Music in the Keys” closing reception on Tuesday, April 16th at 5:00 pm at Williams Hall, located at 729 Fleming Street in Key West. Refreshments graciously sponsored by Sinz Burritos, Fausto’s Food Palace & more.

This year, in addition to offering the beautiful canvases from local artists, the Arts Council is also focusing on Musicians of the Keys, and the Key West reception will feature the talented musicians Bobby Nesbitt, Carmen Rodriguez and Jillian Todd who will entertain and share with us why they love to live and perform in the Florida Keys. Please join us as we celebrate the wonderful performances by these outstanding musicians and view our new version of the 2024 Connections Project! Donate $100 to the Arts Council Grant Programs, then select and take home a canvas of your choice.

“The performing arts enhance our shared experiences, we thrilled to highlight local talent from Key Largo to Key West to celebrate the longstanding connection between the community and local cultural initiatives,” said Elizabeth Young, Executive Director of the Florida Keys Council of the Arts, which spearheads the project.

Proceeds from the Connections Project benefit Keys artists and arts organizations through Arts Council grants. To participate in the Connections Project, or for more information: or 305-295-4369

Image attached: Sampling of Connections Project canvases, images of musicians Bobby Nesbitt, Carmen Rodriguez, and Jillian Todd

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