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Keep Up With  Cultuvue


In the first half of 2024, the Cultuvue Photography Exhibition expanded its reach and impact. We started the year with a 10-day pop-up exhibit at the Ormond Memorial Art Museum, which coincided with the popular Ormond Beach Art Walk. Our next two venues, the Yvonne Scarlett Golden Center and the International Speedway Square, have become regular stops in our annual exhibition. Both locations provided enough space to display our complete collection of artworks. We also added a new venue this year, the Mary McLeod Performing Arts Center on the Bethune Cookman University Campus. Currently, the exhibition is at the Nicole Stott Art Gallery at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University until September 27th.

International Speedway Square

Yvonne Scarlett Golden Ctr

Ormond Memorial Art Museum

BCU Performing Arts Ctr


We have great news! The Cultuvue Photography Exhibition can now support conferences and events with our mobile unit, which can display up to 12 pieces of artwork. We piloted this new service at New Smyrna Beach's Inaugural Juneteenth Gala. Conversely, James and LaToya Carey were honored as Hometown Heroes by the Daytona Beach Juneteenth Committee for their community work. Several Cultuvue team members attended the event thanks to their efforts and support. Cultuvue demonstrated our motto, "We Are Art," by winning third place in the Casting Shadows photography competition by Photo Art Pavilion, out of thousands of entrants. The winning photo, "Resilient Journey," featuring Sgt. Rickey Moore will now be part of a national exhibition. We are also excited to announce that Amou Ring, a senior student at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and a player on the Eagles' basketball team, will be the face of Cultuvue in 2025.

NSB Inaugural Juneteenth Gala

Hometown Heroes Celebration


The Cultuvue Photography Exhibition has added more locations during the last six months in 2024. In October, a smaller, curated version of the Cultuvue Photography Exhibition will be displayed at the News-Journal Center, running through December. Starting on November 2nd, the exhibit will be at The Hub On Canal Art Gallery in New Smyrna Beach until December 2nd. This collection will add a more "artsy" feel to the current images. There will be an opening reception at The Hub on November 2nd from 4 pm to 7 pm.

We are happy to announce that we have entered into a verbal agreement to have the Southeast Museum of Photography at Daytona State University host the 2025 main exhibition, replacing the International Speedway Square. The exhibit will run from January 30- April 16, 2025. The official Vernissage will be on Thursday, January 30th. Please keep this news under wraps until the ink dries. 


Lastly, we are excited to introduce the new branded look for Cultuvue 2025, featuring Amou Ring.

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