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Looking for information on the exhibits, events and excitement brewing at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County’s headquarters at 601 Lake Ave. in Lake Worth? We’ve got it!
Lynn Holland, Seed Pods, 2014, Watercolor, 26 x 35 inches
The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County has published its 2015 Cultural Camp Guide – a comprehensive online listing of dozens of art and cultural summer programs for kids in the Palm Beaches. Future film directors, ballet dancers, creative writers, actors, concert pianists, environmentalists and well-rounded happy members of society can ask their parents to click on PalmBeachCulture.com/camps to research and select arts programs that will make summer a colorful and creative experience.
Solo exhibitions usually fill the walls of the Lawrence A. Sanders Gallery. This summer, the Cultural Council is using this dynamic space to showcase the talents of the Palm Beach Watercolor Society, which was founded in 1982 and supports community watercolor education and appreciation. Through August 1, work by members of the society will be featured in an exhibition juried by Chris Lopez, an internationally published painter, graphic designer and photographer who teaches at the Boca Raton Museum Art School.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County keeps the doors open late for its increasingly popular Open Mic Night, hosted by Wayne Perry, Vanessa Diaz and Kyle DJ Thought. Whether you want to let your voice be heard or enjoy the talents of area performers, stop by and join the fun. Visit palmbeachculture.com for event dates and times.