Now on Exhibit

Galleries Exhibiting Dozens of Artists, Free Admission!

First Floor Galleries

{CityArts Factory's community gallery is made possible by Ford Kiene and Jennifer Quigley}

  • Barnie's Coffee Kitchen Gallery - Steven Mikel
  • "O" Gallery: Rhonda Richley, Nestor Charneco, Donna Dowless, Roberto Gonzalez, Pam Louden, Bernie Martin, Jaime Parra, Doug Powell, Dlynn Roll & Vickie Wilson

  • Kiene/Quigley Gallery: "It's Colored Pencil" is a fine art show presented by the Colored Pencil Society featuring over 30 colored pencil artists.   Using colored pencil, each participating artist has a unique style and artistic expression that is sure to make you rethink the role of colored pencil as a fine art medium. 

  • Orlando Magic Gallery: The Heroes of Freedom Exhibit features military themed artwork by veterans, active personnel, and family and friends. Art is a nonverbal tool that helps veterans communicate how they uniquely see the world. The act of creating art can be a temporary retreat to clear ones head of daily life stresses. In addition, the Heroes of Freedom will be conducting a class each Saturday for the run of the exhibit demonstrating a healing art including Tai Chi, Reiki, and Poetry.

  • Redefine Gallery:  Ruby June and the Voice of the Sea" by Michael Sanborn is a visualization of Lovecraftian doom from beneath the waves as seen by a six year old. 

  • Gallery 29: The Osceola School of the Arts presents their Annual Senior Exhibit.  The school's mission is to provide a community that nourishes and nurtures the personal integrity and creative expression of their students in their pursuit of artistic and academic excellence.

  • Star Gallery: The Red Ribbon Art Show, presented by Hope and Help Center of Central Florida, is a collection of art work that has been created by Orlando residents from ages 10 to 24.  Each artist was asked “What does the red ribbon mean to you?” and then asked to paint something that was meaningful to them.  Each piece in the show has a special meaning.  Some artists may know someone living with HIV/ AIDS, some may not, but the important message is that the community is coming together to increase awareness of the rising HIV infection rate in the Orlando area.  Pieces will as be displayed along the route of the AIDS Walk on the morning of March 28, 2015.

  • Young Artists Gallery:  The Young Artist Group presents Exploring Mixed Media with artist mentor Jolie Spellman.


Park at the Plaza parking garage and stop by CityArts Factory’s reception desk and validate your parking at a flat rate of $4 -- for additional information visit


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