Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center has donated $12,000 to support the Admiral’s Cove Cares 2014 Arts in the Gardens Series, which features professional touring companies performing at Palm Beach State College’s Eissey Campus Theatre. The donation will also help to support other programs at the theatre such as the Arts in the Gardens for Young People and the College’s Music Department student concerts.
“PBGMC realizes the importance of the arts not only in education but in society and that helping to bring these companies to northern Palm Beach County will result in a more diversified, … Continue reading Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center sponsors the Admiral’s Cove Cares 2014 Arts in the Gardens Series
Four and a half years ago, Amber Palomares, a career development advisor and adjunct instructor, picked up her first paintbrush.
“I always loved art,” said Palomares. “I would go to local art shows and visit artist booths. I couldn’t get it off my mind.”
This passion led Palomares to try painting for herself, which led to hours of practicing and perfecting her work. To advance her skills, she even took a drawing class at the Palm Beach Gardens campus from Associate Professor of Visual Art Jacques de Beaufort. … Continue reading Emerging Artist Amber Palomares to showcase work at Artigras
Fourteen south Florida artists will feature their latest ceramic works in an exhibit titled “SoFlo: On and Off the Wall” at the Art Gallery at Eissey Campus at Palm Beach State College Feb. 18 to March 21. The opening reception will be from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Feb. 18.
The exhibit will feature 40 pieces of sculptural and functional work, each offering a perspective of current trends in south Florida. Both the reception and the exhibit are free and open to the public. … Continue reading Area ceramic artists to exhibit at Palm Beach State art gallery
Palm Beach State College’s Tuesday Nite Big Band will perform “Sweet Pea and the Duke – The Music of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn” at 8 p.m. Feb. 18 and 25.
The Feb. 18 performance will be held in the Duncan Theatre on the Lake Worth campus and the Feb. 25 performance will be at the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens. Admission is $15. Students, faculty and staff tickets are $5. … Continue reading Tuesday Nite Big Band to perform music of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn
Twenty-five students will each feature a painting of a personal expression during the 2014 Fine Arts Student Show Jan. 30 to March 31 at the art gallery at Palm Beach State College’s Lake Worth campus.
An opening reception will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Jan. 30. Both the reception and the exhibit are free and open to the public.
The gallery is located in the Humanities building. Hours are Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. … Continue reading Fine Arts Student Show to feature paintings of personal expressions Jan. 30 to March 31
Members of the Palm Beach State College music department faculty will present a Faculty Jazz Combo concert at 8 p.m. Jan. 30 on Stage West on the Lake Worth campus. Admission is $10. Palm Beach State faculty, staff and students may receive one free ticket with ID.
Performers are: David Gibble, trumpet and flugelhorn; Mike Egan, trombone; and Ron Nordwall, saxophone. Also performing are Neil Bacher, guitar; Brad Keller, piano; David Tomasello, bass; and Frank Derrick, … Continue reading Music department to present Faculty Jazz Combo concert Jan. 30
Artist Amalia Amaki, former professor of modern and contemporary art at the University of Alabama, is featuring her latest artwork in an exhibition titled “Homage: Poems and Images of Gratitude and Affection” through Feb. 8 at The Art Gallery at Eissey Campus, Palm Beach State College.
The exhibit, which is inspired by a limited edition artist book of the same title, features poems each accompanied by Amaki’s expressive artwork.
“This project is a collection of conversations,” says Amaki. … Continue reading Internationally-recognized artist Amalia Amaki showcasing new artwork at The Art Gallery at Eissey Campus
English professor Brad Johnson has released his first, full-length poetry collection titled “The Happiness Theory” from The Main Street Rag.
“Brad Johnson’s poems are visceral, memorable, and striking in the way they dwell in reality, yet take sudden surrealistic leaps,” said Diane Thiel, internationally recognized poet and author. “The poems in this collection grapple with various kinds of love and connections, and particularly issues of parenting with a touch of dark humor that has resonance on a number of levels. … Continue reading Brad Johnson releases “The Happiness Theory”