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We are a Florida main street nonprofit organization that works for the revitalization of the Eau Gallie Arts District. All shops are private owned and operated; we work for the preservation and promotion of the commercial core.
Do not try and sell at this terrible shop !
The old lady is a crook.
I placed 3 cedar pieces on consignment and she sold one and kept all the $900. !
The owner lost all the paperwork and said I did not have...More
First Friday of every month is the time the art galleries stay open late and let us stroll through their open doors. Most of the artists are there to discuss their art, which makes our purchases personal. Oh there is also wine, and appetizers. At...More
I believe we are witnessing the start of the "Arts District" finally living up to its name; and its exciting! The recent mural works of the Anti-Gravity Project have propelled the District with a burst of color, international art, and attraction.
The focus on the...More
There are so many great things to see and do in Eau Gallie. I love the fresh exciting vibe that is flowing through the streets. The shops offer unique and exciting selections in addition to GREAT ART! Visit not one but two museums. Enjoy the...More
The art supply store in the Eau Gallie art district has terrific stuff. Shops were cute. I read the review that it was dangerous and had to laugh. I guess that person doesn't get around much. I bought a ceramic grape leaf for $20. Nice...More
Melbourne arts district is a great little place to find the works of local artists and some interesting antiques. I'm currently local to Melbourne and its one of my favorite places to go to browse, buy unique gifts and take visitors in town. Its not...More
There are a couple good places to eat, and some shopping and art galleries. It is very enjoyable to walk down the streets window-shopping. Wonderful views of the river can be had from this area, or a stroll down the hill to the public library,...More