Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day

We’re pleased to announce the return of Museum Day on September 17, 2022. Museum Day is a one-day event in which participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket. Participants are allowed to download one ticket per email address. The ticket provides free general admission […]

Music in the Museum with the Con Brio Quartet

Inspired by Art of the Hollywood Backdrop, Con Brio Quartet perform string quartets composed for films. The award winning international musicians perform music from Indiana Jones, Super Man, Star Wars, Gone with the Wind, Avengers, Pirates of the Caribbean, Narnia, and Jurassic Park. Delight in the sounds while seated and immersed in the exhibition of […]

Family Studio: Myriad of Materials  

Saturdays, May 7,14,21 and 28 10:30 am – 12:30pm Artists make art using a variety of materials. As you explore the Museum, look at how artists make art out of clay, wood, and even glass. Children ages 5-12, and their accompanying grown-ups, participate in a gallery experience, followed by a related art workshop.  Space is limited. Registration is […]

The Art of Paper: From the Holy Land to the Americas  

Caroline Fowler, Starr Director of the Research and Academic Program, Clark Art Institute, tells the history of paper related to artists’ workshops, exploring how paper shaped the transmission of ideas between the 13th and 16th centuries. Fowler also discusses how artworks shared across cultures impacted Dürer and Rembrandt. Stiller Auditorium Space is limited: tickets available […]

A Closer Look: Cy Twombly  

This summer, A Closer Look focuses on artworks in A Remarkable Gathering: The Fisher Landau Family Collection. Join Kate Faulker, Director of Public Programs, to discuss Cy Twombly’s two paintings, and his innovations that expanded the vocabulary of Abstract Expressionism. Museum Admission / Members FREE

Lecture / Years of Glass: Collecting a New Medium    

William Warmus, Fellow and former Curator of Modern Glass at the Corning Museum of Glass, explores forty years of collecting glass at the Norton, from its dramatic use in the 20th century by artists like Dale Chihuly, to its avid adoption in the 21st by the fine art world, including artists Olafur Eliasson and Rob […]

BIJOUX! Contemporary 2022 Jewelry Exhibition & Sale

BIJOUX! is Palm Beach County’s favorite international exhibition, sale, and fundraiser devoted exclusively to artist-made jewelry. Purchase unique works available at a range of price points and a variety of media directly from its creators. Featured artists include guest artist Iris Apfel! Purchase tickets here.

A Closer Look

Museum Education staff host live in-person sessions in the galleries that explore single works of art from the collection. Join Kate Faulkner, Director of Public Programs, for an exploration of the work Untitled, (Who is free to choose?) by conceptual artist, Barbara Kruger. Discuss the artist’s practice which addresses cultural constructions of power, identity, and […]

Currents by Hattie Mae Williams

Currents by Hattie Mae Williams A Double Feature Film and Immersive Art Experience Miami-based choreographer, interdisciplinary artist and Live Arts Miami LALA artist in residence, Hattie Mae Williams premieres her latest work entitled Currents, an interactive film experience that guides the audience through a landscape where both isolated and communal reflection takes place through ritual. Through […]