Main Location

When the Dunedin Fine Art Center opened in 1975, it spanned just over 2,000 square feet of space. Since then, our home has expanded to over 40,000 square feet and is now housed in multiple locations throughout the Dunedin area. Each of our locations offers a little something different–so what are you waiting for? Come out and experience the arts!

The Dunedin Fine Art Center is spread over three locations, with our main location still at the original address on Michigan Boulevard. When you visit our main location, you’ll be able to experience the work of amazing artists in our six Galleries, view the works of the area’s finest young artists at the David L. Mason Children’s ART Museum, grab a delicious bite at the Palm Cafe, shop at the Gallery Shop, express yourself in one of our 15 studio classrooms and visit our administrative offices!

The main location for the Dunedin Fine Art Center is open on the following days:
·  Monday: Friday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
·  Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
·  Sunday: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Satellite Locations

Stirling Campus – 730 Broadway, Suite 200, Dunedin, FL 34698
Cottage Campus – 1141 Broadway, Dunedin, FL 34698

As the Dunedin Fine Art Center has grown and the demand for classes has increased, the art center expanded to two satellite locations, the Stirling Campus and the Cottage Campus. No administrative staff is at these satellite campuses as they are primarily used for classes. The Dunedin Fine Art Center also has partnerships with the Institute for Creative Arts and the Cleveland Street Studios. These partnerships allow us to hold classes at these locations so while classes may be held at our Stirling Campus, our Cottage Campus or another partnership location, if you want to interact with the Dunedin Fine Arts Center, visit our home on Michigan Boulevard!

Come Out and Play!

The Dunedin Fine Art Center is continually growing, expanding and working to offer a little something for everyone! We hope you and come out and play at one of our three locations and see why people say we are where the art is! To learn more about the Dunedin Fine Art Center and about our mission, or contact us for more information.

Stirling Campus

Our mission at the Dunedin Fine Art Center is to stimulate awareness and appreciation of the arts. We do so by offering creative educational experiences in the arts through changing exhibitions, lectures, studio classes and workshops. Since our origin more than 40 years ago, the Dunedin Fine Art Center has grown and expanded to multiple locations in an effort to meet the demand for classes. As we continue to work to carry out our mission, the Dunedin Fine Art Center continues to grow as well.

Part of the Dunedin Fine Art Center’s growth was the addition of the Stirling Campus. Located in downtown Dunedin, the Stirling Campus is home to the Dunedin Fine Art Center’s well-equipped jewelry studio. A partnership with the Florida Society of Goldsmith’s West Coast Chapter ensures that our jewelry studio is stocked with the best tools and equipment. In addition to offering open studio time for our jewelry students, we also make open studio time available to FSG members. Our Stirling Campus is also home to the Stirling Art Studios & Gallery, an artist run cooperative, the Pinellas County School System’s Transition – Vocational Arts Training Program, run by Creative Clay, and the headquarters of the Miniature Art Society of Florida.

Come Out and Play!

We hope you come out and see why people say the Dunedin Fine Art Center is where the art is! If you’d like to plan your visit to the Stirling Campus or another one of the Dunedin Fine Art Center’s locations, click here for more information, or contact us today.

Cottage Campus

The Dunedin Fine Art Center is committed to making creative education experiences in the visual arts accessible for everyone. Since our origin in 1969, the Dunedin Fine Art Center has expanded to meet the demand for classes. With the addition of our satellite campuses, we are able to accommodate all of those who want to get involved in the arts!

The Dunedin Fine Art Center’s Cottage Campus sits within the confines of Dunedin’s beautiful J.C. Weaver Park on St. Joseph Sound, less than two miles from DFAC’s main campus. As the name implies, classes are held in and around a 2000 square foot 1920’s cottage. In addition to housing, the Dunedin Fine Art Center’s printing press and printing program, the Cottage Campus is home to Stone Carving, Wood Turning and Plein-Air Painting. Students and faculty in all of these classes find the cottage’s location amidst the oaks and palms of this waterfront park to be inspirational.

Visit The DFAC’s Multiple Locations

With multiple locations, the Dunedin Fine Art Center offers something for everyone. We hope you come visit our main location or one of our satellite campuses and see why people say we are where the art is! To learn more about the Cottage Campus and what’s offered, contact us today.