The Dunedin Fine Art Center opened with just over 2000 sq.ft. of space in 1974. Since then, our home on Michigan Boulevard has grown to  24,000 sq. ft. This main location houses our four Galleries, the David L. Mason Children’s ART Museum, our Palm Cafe, Gallery Gift Shop, 11 studio classrooms and our administrative offices. Demand for classes has caused us to expand to include off-site teaching locations, such as our Stirling and Cottage Campuses, which house studio classrooms but NO administrative staff. We also have partnerships with the Institute for Creative Arts and the Cleveland Street Studios, that allow us to hold classes at those locations. So while classes may be held at our Stirling Campus, our Cottage Campus or another partnership location, if you want to interact with DFAC, you’ll need to do it at our home on Michigan Blvd.