Love Letters by A.R. Gurney

Live OUTDOORS in the Greenberg Courtyard at the Sandler Center Lifelong childhood friends Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and Melissa Gardner, both born to wealth and position, correspond with a birthday party thank-you notes and summer camp postcards. Romantically attached, they exchange letters through the boarding school and college years and beyond. Andy goes on to […]

Workshop | Intro to Creativity inspired by Hilma af Klint

This session featuring the work of Hilma af Klint who is known for her sacred geometry and mystical shape paintings from the early 1900s. This acrylic painting workshop is a little art history, a little technique, and a lot of creative exploration. Intro to Creativity will be a chance for artists or new artists of any […]

February First Friday – Art Walk

Arts Warehouse is open late until 9pm for February First Friday Art Walk. View two group exhibitions, and visit the resident artist studios. Two Exhibitions: “Reflections” | By Samuel Spear, Jr.”Citizens on Watch” | Photographs from the Delray Beach Historical Society Archive Resident Artist Studios – visitors are welcome to explore the Resident Artist Hallways. […]

“Reflections” Exhibition

NOW EXTENDED THROUGH MARCH 5TH Photographs by Samuel Spear, Jr. When one looks forward you can see to boundaries and sometimes beyond. When one looks in a mirror, we see ourselves and what is behind us. However, when one looks through glass, depending on lighting conditions, one is able to see a combination of the infinite […]

“Citizens on Watch” Exhibition

NOW EXTENDED THROUGH MARCH 5TH Photographs from the Delray Beach Historical Society Collection Archive In 1999, an ambitious national documentary project called “Indivisible” sought to explore how communities across America were volunteering to improve their neighborhoods. Photographers and oral historians from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, in partnership with the Center for […]

DHT’s Biscayne Bay: Our Water, Our World Exhibit

This Saturday, DHT invites you to stop by between 12pm and 5pm to visit our boo-tiful (it is Halloween!), building and our new permanent exhibit, Biscayne Bay: Our Water, Our World, as we reopen our Official Miami Visitors Center. The “Biscayne Bay: Our Water, Our World”  exhibit, featuring historic photographs, contemporary images and the live-streaming Coral […]

Annual Cultural Forum 2020

The public is invited to attend this free virtual event featuring the Cultural Division’s recent initiatives and upcoming projects, including the first look at the Division’s new grants program launching this November. Hosted by Division Director Phillip Dunlap, with special appearances from Council Chair Gregory Reed, Vice Mayor Steve Geller and Stacy Ritter, president/CEO of […]