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By Artsemble Underground

Opens: August 5th • 6pm

Closes: August 26th • 10pm


Gallery Hours

Monday through Friday 10:00am – 5:00pm

MOST Wednesdays gallery hours extend to 10:00pm

MOST Fridays gallery hours extend to 10:00pm


General Admission: $1 entry donation

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Artsemble Underground was created by Cesar Aguilera and Brian Weaver in an effort to bring art to everyone: art for the people. Brian and Cesar have collaborated with different artists and organizations since 2014. Together, they wanted to forge an all-immersive multimedia assembly and experience of art and life, where concepts could be replicated anywhere, and not necessarily inside four walls, that could hinder the creative process and final output. Additionally, Artsemble’s gives up and coming artists a platform to take their art to the next level in their creative paths, with the idea that artists united can reach higher levels, and to use art as an instrument of social change instead of a commodity.

For the exhibition “Imagine” Cesar & Brian want to give you a glimpse of what Artsemble Underground has been doing for the last few years, with special guests artists that have been in the world of Artsemble.


Cesar Aguilera, originally from Quito, Ecuador, has been a well known staple in the SWFL art scene. In 2015 he received the Gulfshore Life Emerging Arts Leader award. He is the art curator of the Sidney and Berne Davis Art Center’s Grand Atrium and Capital Gallery. Cesar is also the creator of Paionia in 2011, a wearable art brand focused on using discarded materials, mostly computer parts and discarded technology in an effort to create a sustainable consciousness in what we wear. He serves as a board member for Love your Rebellion.


Brian Weaver attended the School of Communication Arts in North Carolina, graduating with a degree in Graphic Design and Computer Animation.  He moved to Cape Coral in 2013 and produced the monthly art festival All Walks of Art at Dolphin Key Resort in the same year. In 2014, the Fort Myers’ River District Alliance commissioned him to develop Mystery Walk for 6 months. Brian also spearheaded “The Epicenter”, an empty warehouse transformed into an artist hub, where artists would get together to work and get inspired.


Ticket Policy

All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges on tickets except for cancelled events that are not rescheduled. SBDAC does not offer refunds on purchased ticket. In rare circumstances when a performance may be cancelled (due to extreme weather, artist absence, or other unavoidable situations) we offer refunds or replacement tickets for another performance.

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