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Featured Authors and Artists

Inspiration can be found in the paradise scenery and historic atmosphere of our city. Our featured artists represent the culmination of beauty and local living in their work. Plus, the city of Pensacola is home to some incredible minds who’ve put pen to paper in order to share with the world!

NANCY SCHROCK
NANCY SCHROCKAuthor
Schrock has written and published fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Her exploration of the management of intellectual property published as a book chapter in Cultures of Copyright.
JOYCE MUZZIO
JOYCE MUZZIOAuthor
J.E. Muzzio, a Tampa native, lives a solitary life in the shadow of The Big Guava. Jacob’s Ladder was her first work of fiction.
KATHERINE YOUNGBLOOD
KATHERINE YOUNGBLOODAuthor
Katherine Youngblood spent her childhood traveling around the world with her mother, brothers and Air Force father, learning to treasure people from all cultures.
JOHN D. MELVIN, II
JOHN D. MELVIN, IIAuthor
As a first-generation high school graduate, John has been fortunate enough to have been given many excellent opportunities to better himself through higher education.
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Music brings us together in celebration

Music is an inspiring and fascinating celebration of social justice, breaking down the barriers between those of faith, and no faith – it is not only fun – it lifts the hearts of all of us who believe in a better world and gives us hope for tomorrow.

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A Workshop in Color: Pastels with Doug Dawson

By |March 19th, 2019|Comments Off on A Workshop in Color: Pastels with Doug Dawson

An internationally-known pastel artist is coming to Pensacola to give a workshop in July! Doug Dawson will teach a three-day class hosted by Quayside Art Gallery. Dates for the workshop [...]

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Controversy Looms

By |February 27th, 2019|Comments Off on Controversy Looms

  As Pensacolians, we have a lot to be proud of. We have a fascinating, rich, and long-lasting history. The 1559 settlement attempts of Don Tristan de Luna y Arrellano [...]

  • Two views of the Julee Cottage, historic Downtown Pensacola, Florida

The Saltbox on Zaragoza

By |February 16th, 2019|Comments Off on The Saltbox on Zaragoza

Many a mile I have walked, traversing the streets of historic Downtown Pensacola. Like an aficionado of fine art sauntering down exhibit aisles, curiosity piqued, eagerly anticipating the next great [...]