The mission of the Timucua Arts Foundation is to inspire you through engaging experiences of the arts.
This, we believe:
- Art and music belong to everyone.
- Art and music are the highest manifestation of our humanity.
- Art and music should be enjoyed in the most intimate venue: the living room.
- Every community is better when art and music are performed and nurtured within it.
- Community Service
The Timucua Arts Foundation was created by Benoit Glazer and Elaine Corriveau In September of 2000. There was nowhere to hear great music on Benoit’s nights off from performing with Cirque du Soleil, so the family began organizing concerts in their home. It was a humble beginning, with just a few concerts, and 20-40 people in attendance. As the concerts grew more popular, Benoit designed a new house from scratch with a 100-seat concert hall at its heart. The family moved into the new house in August 2007, and the foundation now presents up to 100 events each year.
Timucua hosts three main programming series:
Open House – Pay what you want, bring food and wine to share.
Live at Timucua – Affordably-priced, ticketed concerts by master artists.
WordPlay – Theater, film, poetry, and literary events.
Watch The white house Overture, Steve Radley’s 2014 documentary about the house and the Glazer family.