The Norton Museum of Art re-opened a couple weeks ago after they closed in September to remodel and reconfigure the artwork. In addition, he British-born, Berlin-based artist Terry Haggerty has installed his year-long installation in the lobby. “He really pushed it and made something unlike anything that’s been done here before,” said Cheryl Brutvan, director of curatorial affairs and curator of contemporary art. “The architecture laid down the gauntlet and he picked it up.” For a complete report, click HERE.
Visitors can view the new installations tonight at the weekly Art After Dark, when the museum stays open every Thursday from 5 – 9 pm. Here is the complete program this evening(October 9th):
Ticket and memorabilia giveaway to sneak preview of the upcoming animated, feature film, The Book of Life produced by Guillermo del Toro / Lobby5:30 PM / PB Pulse.com Tour
Dancers and Musicians in Art / Meet in lobby
6:30 PM / Curator’s Conversation
Glenn Tomlinson, William Randolph Hearst Curator of Education, discusses Telling Tales in European Art / King Gallery
7-7:30 PM / Ballet Performance
Ballet Palm Beach performs scenes from Giselle, Sylvia, and Loco Mambo / Atrium
7:30 PM / Music
Dine / Fratelli Lyon
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