Join us for a de-installation performance of artist Giannina Dwin’s Ebb and Flow salt installation. Experimental creator and performer Niurca Marques will dance atop of the salt installation, moving the salt around during the dance and deconstructing the installation.
Join us for the opening of Ron Garrett’s show, “Sinking Tides”, in the Spotlight Gallery! This exhibition is hosted by the museum in support of "RISE: Climate and Art" weekend on October 4 & 5; a City of Delray Beach climate education outreach event to raise awareness about the impacts of climate changes and the need to proactively adapt.
William DeBilzan is an artist of life and love, who creates modern art that is reflective of the heart. Based on thoughts and memories of real life experiences, he creates multiple forms and mediums of fine art from paintings and murals to sculptures. The Cornell is showing some of his earlier work, featuring his black and white abstract pieces.
The opening during Art Walk on September 6th is part of a block party for the businesses between 1st and Swinton on Atlantic Ave! Visitors are encouraged to pick up a passport book from DeBilzan Gallery on September 6 and get it stamped by the six participating businesses, then drop it back at DeBilzan Gallery to be entered in a drawing for prizes! (buisnesses participating: DeBilzan Gallery, Cornell Art Museum, Haagen-Dazs, Honey, Bull Bar, and Tin Roof.)
The Museum will have a cash bar and light bites!
Cornell Art Museum’s Spotlight Gallery is proud to host: Looking at Ourselves, a student exhibition by Palm Beach School for Autism!
PBSFA’s High School students spent their summer creating works inspired by some of their favorite artists such as Frida Kahlo, Henri Matisse, Keith Haring and Vincent Van Gogh.