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art&culture magazine Winter 2018

Published three times per year, this indispensable resource provides in-depth coverage of arts and cultural activities throughout the Palm Beaches. Now published by the award-winning Palm Beach Illustrated team, art&culture is reimagined with new departments, features, in-depth interviews, and substantive changes to distribution.

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Palm Beach Media Group North LLC
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reflections

As we here at the Cultural Council celebrate 40 years of supporting arts and culture in Palm Beach County, we’re exploring not just where we’ve been—but where we want to go. I’m inviting you to come along, dear art&culture reader, on what will be a memorable journey. This issue is your ticket to a new season of culture, with stories on public art, the exciting Art & Décor exhibition, and a look into our past with Council founder Alexander W. Dreyfoos. On a personal note, I will be leaving my role as president and CEO of the Council to spend more time with my family and work with cultural organizations around the country as a consultant. My tenure here has been the honor of my life—and one that I will always cherish.…

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celebrating the arts

To commemorate its fortieth anniversary, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County asked local artists to submit works that represent the cultural landscape of The Palm Beaches. As original pieces ranging in medium from photography to painting were presented, the Council selected four finalists, ultimately choosing a piece by Boca Raton–based artist Jen Fisher for the cover of art&culture. “We were honored to have the support of our talented artists to help us bring attention to great art and celebrate our fortieth anniversary,” says Rena Blades, president and CEO of the Cultural Council. “Thank you to everyone who submitted their work—and congratulations to each finalist.” THE WINNER JEN FISHER, PRETTY IN PINK “The building the Cultural Council calls home—the subject of my piece— stands strong and proud. To me, it symbolizes a blank…

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finalists

ROLLIN MCGRAIL, OPENING NIGHT “I wanted to depict the muses, in an amusing way,” says McGrail, whose trademark images often kindheartedly lampoon the rich while harkening back to the era of F. Scott Fitzgerald. The subject matter of this piece is a recurring theme in her work: “It is reminiscent of some earlier work I did for the Palm Beach Royal Poinciana Theater.” rollinmcgrail.com TERESA KORBER, PULSE “This painting represents how the Cultural Council continues to support, promote, and serve diversified artists. The dedication and love for art and culture are symbolically spoken through the literal use of hearts, but it is also a deeper story of the unique individuality that we all possess—which should be celebrated and supported by our communities.” facebook.com/t.korberart ANTHONY BURKS, NATURAL BEAUTY: ROSALIA MARTINEZ “In my culture, women are a…

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modern movement

Lovers of dance will want to be in Lake Worth this March. For two nights, David Parson brings his troupe to the Duncan Theatre for a performance that promises to be mesmerizing. Founded in 1985, New York–based Parsons Dance presents energetic, artistic, and athletic ensemble work around the world (upward of 450 cities and counting). The company’s appearance in Palm Beach County is a true gift to residents who appreciate the art of self-expression through movement. Duncan Theatre at Palm Beach State College, Lake Worth; March 16–17, 8 p.m.; $50; palmbeachstate.edu/theatre/duncan-theatre, 561.868.3309 —Michelle Lee Ribeiro…

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5 to see: from the cultural concierge

1 STRING SENSATION When Sirena Huang took first prize at the inaugural Elmar Oliveira International Violin Competition at Lynn University last year, she left an indelible mark on the classical music scene. Featured as a soloist with esteemed orchestras worldwide including the New York Philharmonic, the 23-year-old returns to Palm Beach for a one-night performance. Joining her is renowned pianist Robert Koenig, who makes his South Florida debut after years performing everywhere from New York’s Carnegie Hall to London’s Royal Festival Hall. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach; January 22, 7:30 p.m.; $30; kravis.org, 561.832.7469 2 SMOOTH SOUNDS Transport yourself to the Big Easy with a New Orleans–esque jazz experience in Delray Beach. Grab a seat at the no-frills Arts Garage and get ready to be wowed by vocalist Kenny…

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albert paley

A striking new public sculpture in Boynton Beach titled Cavalcade might more aptly be called Celebration. Despite its massive dimensions—40 feet tall, 8.5 tons—this joyous explosion of colorful steel communicates a vibrant sense of movement. “Wind is invisible, and gravity is invisible,” says Albert Paley, the artist behind the work. “But we respond to both wind and gravity in visceral ways, so the sculpture has a sense of balance and repositioning.” Commissioned by the developers of 500 Ocean, a residential and mixed-use project, Cavalcade stands in the plaza at the corner of Federal Highway and E. Ocean Avenue, greeting visitors and residents alike. The largest public art sculpture in the county, the piece was unveiled in October as part of the city’s Art in Public Places program, followed by five additional…

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