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art&culture magazine Fall 2017

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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40 cultural council of palm beach county

601 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth, FL 33460 | 561.471.2901 | palmbeachculture.com Open Tuesday to Saturday | 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Sunday and Monday President and Chief Executive Officer Rena Blades Chief Financial Officer Kathleen Alex Chief Grants Officer Jan Rodusky Director of Development Mary Lewis Director of Marketing Jennifer Sullivan Manager of Artist Services Nichole Hickey Membership and Special Events Manager Debbie Calabria Grants Manager Wendy Boucher Marketing Manager Angelique Allen Interactive Manager Dan Boudet Cultural Concierge Program Manager Bama Lutes Deal Public Relations Manager Judith Czelusniak Content Producer and Editor Nick Murray Design and Digital Communications Coordinator Grazie Prokopetz Visitor Services and Musician Manager Marlon Foster Development Associate Gabrielle Vitucci Grants Administrator Kate Rhubee Accountant Paul To Bookkeeper Jean Brasch Bookkeeper Gloria Rose Administrative Assistant Helen Hood Cultural Council Board of Directors Peg Anderson, Bruce A. Beal, Christopher D. Caneles (treasurer), Phil DiComo, Donald M. Ephraim, Roe Green, Gail Horvath, Michele…

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let the season begin!

Fall means so much more than cooler temperatures and the end of summer vacation. It’s an exciting time filled with fresh adventures and places to explore. When it comes to culture in Palm Beach County, autumn means the rising of curtains, the tuning of instruments, and the opening of new art exhibitions. This issue of art&culture magazine is your guide to the cultural landscape of Palm Beach County this season. Whether it’s an introspective look at the life and work of artist and former Metallica band member Jason Newsted on page 28, the incredible sight of artistic vignettes set inside oyster shells on page 48, or any of the other exclusive interviews and photography in this issue, you’re set to enjoy all that we in the arts and cultural community have…

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HARRY BENSON Photographer Harry Benson has had a prolific career in visual media, from his early days as a photojournalist in Scotland through the past 65 years shooting some of the most memorable people and moments in history. Beginning with The Beatles in 1964, Harry has captured powerful images of everyone from Queen Elizabeth to Donald Trump, Frank Sinatra to Amy Winehouse, and has documented unforgettable events like Martin Luther King Jr.’s civil rights marches and the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. Featured in this issue are select images from his new book, Persons of Interest (“Face Value,” page 34), as well as his portraits of Jason Newsted (“A Heavy Perspective,” page 28). BAMA LUTES DEAL As manager of the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County’s Cultural Concierge Program, Bama helps connect visitors…

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prima ballerinas

At The HARID Conservatory, gifted ballet dancers from across the country compete to land a tuition-free spot at the internationally respected, professional training school. This season, you won’t want to miss these extraordinary students perform their annual winter dance recital. The performance will include divertissements, character pieces, and modern ballet numbers, plus selections from The Nutcracker, Act II. Countess de Hoernle Theatre, Boca Raton; December 16 and 17, 3 p.m.; $20 to $30; harid.edu; 561.998.8038 UP FRONT 5 TO SEE: from the Cultural Concierge 1 GIFT OF A LIFETIME South Florida residents Isadore and Kelly Friedman spent more than three decades acquiring a topquality collection of artwork, with photography holding a special place in the heart of Isadore. The images on display in Photography from the Bequest of Isadore and Kelly Friedman put…

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underwater wonders

The Historical Society of Palm Beach County explores some of the ill-fated vessels that fell victim to the Gulf Stream current in Shipwreck: Discovering Lost Treasures. Currently on display at the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, this special exhibition showcases images and relics from area wrecks that occurred between 1660 and 1984, with a focus on how each disaster affected local life. Through June 30, 2018, hspbc.org, 561.832.7965 ALFRESCO ARIAS Picnics, water breezes, and world-class opera are the recipe for a spectacular Saturday afternoon. Enjoy all three at Opera at the Waterfront December 9. Palm Beach Opera’s popular, annual free concert brings more than 100 musicians to the Meyer Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach for a selection of classics and a preview of PBO’s upcoming season. December 9,…

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up front covet

SMOKE SHOWS Cigar boxes receive a new (and luxurious) second life as eyecatching home accessories, thanks to local artist John Vincent Palozzi. Using collage, he expertly applies carefully selected book images to the boxes, complemented by elegant gold interiors and a clear gloss finish. $50–$75; Art on Park Gallery, Lake Park, artistsofpalmbeachcounty.com, 561.345.2842 MAP QUEST Layering watercolors over nautical charts, Carly Mejeur fuses her natural subject matter with location—bringing sea creatures from ocean depths to new heights. Long Boat Key Turtle 30-by-40-inch gallery-wrapped canvas, $325; Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, Boca Raton; gumbolimbo.org, 561.544.8605 DREAM WEAVER Sandra Falcon’s vibrant jewelry is evocative of the breathtaking coral reefs she has spied on scubadiving excursions. By varying the size and color of the Swarovski pearls, the master beader creates a complexity that gives her pieces an oh-so-chic joie…