Chairman Jeffrey Stoops proudly announced today a generous gift of $10 million by the Raymond and Bessie Kravis Foundation to the Center's Kravis 2020: The Future is Now capital campaign.
Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami, two of the longest running and most progressive contemporary art shows for the fine art industry during Miami Art Week, announces this year’s five-day schedule of interactive programming, taking place December 4th to December 8th, 2019.
Artist, conservationist, angler, diver, scientist, entrepreneur and explorer; those are some of the many achievements that describe Dr. Guy Harvey’s impressive career.
Growing up in Jamaica, Harvey spent many hours fishing and diving with his father along the Island’s south coast. He was obsessed with marine life and began drawing pictures of the many different fish he observed.
Gratitude increases well-being by boosting immunity and joy. It puts a spring in your step and helps you see the world with a sunny perspective. Here’s how to cultivate an appreciative mind-set so you can enjoy the benefits it brings.
Bailey Contemporary Arts (BaCA) in Pompano Beach presents Building a Feminist Archive: Cuban Women Photographers in the US; an exhibition that features ten women artists whose works in photography provide a glimpse into diverse histories of migration, community, activism and resistance. The work will be on view in the Central and East Galleries from November 20 through December 21, 2019. The free opening reception is December 6 from 6 pm to 10 pm during Old Town Untapped.
The weekend art show and fundraiser has now confirmed more than 80 fine artists from across the U.S. showcasing their works in photography, paintings, mixed media, sculpture, jewelry and more. In addition, Manuel Oliver, father of Parkland student Joaquin Oliver, will be on hand to do a live demonstration of his passionate painting during Saturday’s exhibition hours.
The marine biologist who gained international recognition for his paintings of sea creatures, spoke Wednesday at the Palm Beach State College Foundation’s sixth annual STEAM luncheon. He took the more than 500 attendees on a journey through his 32-year career. The event was held at the Kravis Center for Performing Arts Cohen Pavilion, which was decorated with pictures of coral reefs and sea life.
Through storytelling, we hope to foster new connections between community members presenting and the local audience, strengthening Downtown WPB’s creative community.
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