Scheduled for October 1, 2010 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the heart of the Eau Gallie Arts District, this one day event will premiere the upcoming arts and cultural season with displays and demonstrations manned by seventy-five arts and cultural and historic groups from throughout the area with approximately 20 performing groups expected to perform on two stages. Featured performances will include ballet, classical and pops music, modern dance, harmonizers, a brass quintet, animal encounters, and much more.
This year’s Fall for the Arts will also feature an exciting live sand sculpting demonstration by Jill Harris and Thomas Koet of Sandsational. The sand sculpting will take place in the driveway of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra House at 1500 Highland Avenue with 2-3 tons of sand.
This year, Fall for the Arts is merging with the Eau Gallie Arts District’s First Friday Gallery Walk. Admission is absolutely free and food and drink will be available for sale in Eau Gallie Square at minimal cost.