Creative technologist and interdisciplinary artist Alexandra Kuechenberg engages with artist Matthew Schreiber to uncover his current exhibition, Orders of Light. Kuechenberg directs the conversation to learn about Schreiber’s current use of holography and his creative art processes. Learn more about the artist and his extensive use of different media that includes performance, sculpture, drawing, video, light, […]
Get exclusive insight into the Boca Museum’s new exhibitions with Associate Curator, Kelli Bodle. Learn about the featured artists and how art exhibitions are planned and prepared.
Get smART with Saturday Morning Art! This fun program, where creativity reigns, is offered once a month to families/intergenerational groups for ages 5+.
Noche de Arte is a weekly arts activation and exhibition that is breaking down barriers between artist and viewer. Noche de Arte is presented in partnership with Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau and the InterContinental Miami Hotel, with support from the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs. MAY ARTIST IN RESIDENCE JEANA LINDO Jeana […]
Join us in a private toast to artist Whitfield Lovell and enjoy a preview of his exhibition that focuses on aspects of African American history. Organized by the esteemed American Federation of Arts, this major exhibition makes its world premiere in Boca Raton before embarking on its US tour.
Carasmatic features images from Steven Caras’ personal archive, showcasing over 40 years of the dance world’s most iconic artists and institutions—from intimate, behind-the-scenes moments to magnificent performance shots. Each stunning image includes a QR code that, when activated, will play a description of the image (voiced by Caras)—bringing viewers inside the studio, onto the stage, and […]
Learn about The Architecture of Suspense with author Christine Madrid French who investigates buildings as characters in Hitchcock’s mid-20th century movies. Hitchcock’s relation to the built world was informed by an intense engagement with chosen locations and architectural form. Madrid French illustrates Hitchcock’s work is marked by Modernism’s progress and fueled by some of the […]
With the possible exception of constructing a medieval cathedral, there is no more collaborative art form than a studio-made motion picture. Besides all the actors on the screen, there are hundreds – even thousands – of artists and artisans behind the scenes writing, composing, painting, sculpting, decorating, orchestrating, editing, coaching, cooking, dubbing, sewing, lighting…you name […]
Lecture Moderated by Assistant Curator Kelli Bodle, photographer and activist Reginald Cunningham and FAU Professor Dr. Candace Cunningham discuss the development of the exhibition, Black Pearls. Learn how the artist uses his talents to capture the complexity and nuance of our local neighborhood, Pearl City. Professor Cunningham shares her passion for community collaborations and shares […]
A Boca Chamber Festival Days Event Celebrate our community and the opening of Reginald Cunningham: Black Pearls, a photographic exhibition featuring residents of Boca Raton’s historic Pearl City neighborhood. Pearl City is the oldest community in Boca Raton, built in 1915. Cunningham’s special exhibition will feature photographs, audio oral histories, and personal mementos passed down through […]