Last night, two modern-day art icons joined to debut and celebrate their dynamic Creative Minds Talks discussion about the state of activism, philanthropy and how to make it in today’s world as a creative. Creative Minds Talks is a platform that features the ‘art of storytelling’ and sits with the brightest minds for captivating, on-stage dialogue…
This month, ArtServe aims to receive $30,000 from private donors to supplement $100,000 in grant money. The funding will transform ArtServe’s west wing into a black box theatre – a wide-open and single-level space for plays, concerts, films, literary readings, and other community events. Close proximity to performers will provide an intimate, multisensory experience unique to the region.
Fall Art on the Square 2019 runs 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 9, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 10, on the front grounds of Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach. Admission is free. For selected artists, cash prizes will be awarded for Best in Show (1) and Merit of Honor winners (4). Applications are currently being accepted for the Spring Art on the Square 2020 (February 8 & 9) on Zapplication; deadline is November 23, 2019.
Karina Garcia is a young 25-year-old who found her niche, defined it, and has made it into an empire in her own right. The “Slime Queen” started making do-it-yourself (DIY) videos on YouTube before she delved into the world of homemade slime videos. Slime, a slippery, gooey, and fascinating substance to touch and play with, was known but not a cultural phenomenon until Karina took her spotlight. Her fascination and passion with slime manifested into the creation of hundreds of slime videos of all types of varieties, colors, smells, and sensations.
In our first live podcast recording at the 22nd edition of Art Palm Beach, Angela moderates an interview with kinetic artist Ralfonso and Public Arts Administrator Debby Coles-Dobay. Find out how a city is being transformed by kinetic art with the help of an international artist.