We just feel like we are the cultural arm of the area.
Throughout the Southeast, Chipola College is widely known for its exquisite arts education and programming. Serving more than 6,500 patrons yearly, Chipola Theatre has a tradition of superior ratings by the Florida College System Activities Association. The Dr. Gene Prough Center for the Arts is a state-of-the-art proscenium main theatre for performing arts with a seating capacity of 655.
Agape Ballet & Performing Arts
For classical ballet performances, Agape Ballet & Performing Arts incorporates various dance styles into their performances.
The Artists Guild of Northwest Florida, Inc, is dedicated to their members, their art, artists guild activities, and their sponsors. Every year, they host Arts in the Park, featuring the art and books of regional artists and authors.
The Springfield School Museum is a schoolhouse preserved and partially restored as a museum. Many of the school’s original interior furnishings were carefully maintained over time, like the desks, floors, and limestone walls.
While in Jackson County, go on a hunt for the many murals that our local artists have created. These murals can be found at Southern Fields Brewing, the silos on Madison Street, Lafayette Landing, and a brand new mural coming soon to Wild Willy’s in Graceville.
Chipola Regional Arts Association
Founded in 1989 and consisting of community leaders, the Chipola Regional Arts Association (CRAA) develops the appreciation and enjoyment of all the cultural arts and supports the arts at Chipola College and the five county district it serves. Its objective is to sponsor theatrical productions, musical concerts, exhibits, lectures, scholarships and to promote any programming that may further its mission.