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SILENT AUCTION ONLINE
(Must REGISTER to BID)
REGISTRATION Starts April 1st
BIDDING Starts April 13th at 12:00pm
Bidding for Online Auction Ends at 6:45 pm on Sunday, April 16th
Pick Up for Items Won, will be at DFAC from 10 am - 2 pm on the
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday following the close of the auction.
When the doors to the first 2000 square foot facility were opened in February of 1975, a commitment to excellence and a welcoming spirit were the guiding lights that you can still see in DFAC’s nearly 50,000 sq. ft of facilities.
Today, the Dunedin Fine Art Center is built on strong foundations within the community. Through donations, endowment and memberships, the center is able to exist and expand to serve the community and meet the needs of our society.
Our Mission, Vision and Commitment
The mission at the Dunedin Fine Art Center is to enrich lives through educational experiences in the visual arts.
The vision is to make the Dunedin Fine Art Center a leading visual art center providing unparalleled educational, cultural & creative experiences.
Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion at DFAC
The Dunedin Fine Art Center (DFAC) is committed to creating an inclusive space where the arts are celebrated, explored and learned by all. We believe that it is important for everyone, regardless of background, identity, and voice, to feel welcome to participate and be heard in this space.
Societal barriers have created disparities in our community and the art community at large. With this acknowledgment, DFAC affirms our belief that individual characteristics, inclusive of race, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, and economic status, add value and richness to our classrooms, exhibits, events, and galleries. DFAC remains committed to being mindful of unintentional bias in our actions and identifying and addressing barriers to fair and equitable participation in our creative culture.
For nearly 50 years, the Dunedin Fine Art Center (DFAC) has been offering exciting art opportunities in a most welcoming kind of way. Tampa Bay Times writer Lennie Bennett says that DFAC is “the artistic equivalent of a village square,” offering quality experiences to people of all ages. DFAC offers award-winning year-round exhibitions in seven galleries featuring national, regional and local artists. Classes for students 4 yrs. to 97 yrs. fill 21 studio classrooms and a changing yearly theme makes the David L. Mason Children’s Art Museum a hands-on experience not to be missed.