Florida Artists Group
 

Purpose:
The Florida Artists Group (FLAG) was incorporated as a non-profit organization of professional artists in 1949. Made up of artists whose work has attained national or state-wide recognition, the purpose of the group is to stimulate attainment of the highest standards of creative art within the State of Florida.

Membership:
Membership is determined by a jury of current board of directors. To apply for membership go to the application page.

Application PDF

Annual Symposium:

2016 Symposium in Bonita Springs Information

2015 HIghlights from Tarpon Springs Symposium at The Leepa Rattner Museum

2014 Highlights from the the Sympsoium at Saint Augustine Art Association May 2014

2013 Highlights from the Symposium at LeMoyne Center for Visual Arts — June 2013

2012 Highlights from the Syposium at Ringling School of Art and Design — Selby Gallery May 2012

Past Symposiums and Exhibition Locations

Since 1949, the Florida Artists Group has held a symposium and a members' exhibition each year in a different Florida city. Education and other cultural aims are advocated at these meetings through lectures, panel discussions, films and demonstrations.

In addition to the Symposium and Exhibition held in the spring, area exhibitions and meetings are sponsored at other times in various places in the state.  The nature of these meetings follows the character of the Spring meeting. These meetings also serve to bring the members of the organization closer together.

Members' Annual Exhibition:

The annual exhibition is juried for awards (currently nine) that are presented at the Awards Banquet held as part of the Symposium. FLAG hosts an eminent artist, educator, curator or Museum professional to act as juror and Keynote Speaker at the Symposium.

Florida Artists Group — Area Groups

There are 8 area groups in the state. When you become a member of FLAG, you become a member of your local area group. These groups hold separate exhibits and meetings throughout the year.

Find your area and talk to the area chair about being a member of our group