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Young At Art Museum

Young at Art's new permanent facility, which opened in 2012, embodies both the wise maturity of a teacher and the playfulness of a child with crayons. The 55,000-square-foot interactive museum offers a fun and stimulating environment for field trips and birthday parties and also eight-week classes, like "Digital Cartooning," "Darkroom...

Awards for Kicking Ass

2 years ago by Alex Rendon
Ever been watching a mixed martial arts match and seen a foot sweep so impressive that you have said to yourself, "Dang, that should get an award"? Well, fist of fury follower, that time has come with the inaugural 2012 Florida MMA Awards. This red-carpet, black-tie affair rolls into Miramar...

Jewelry Sale at the Museum

3 years ago by Devin Desjarlais
Jewelry sales are normally reserved for the fashionistas of New York City, ladies hell-bent on getting the best deals on this season’s hottest designs. Many people would agree that those jewelry sales should be reserved for that “in crowd.” Well, the Norton Museum (1451 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach)...

"Counting Backwards" at Young at Art Museum: Meeting the Apocalypse With a Chuckle

1 year ago by Andrea Richard
At the entry to the Young at Art Museum, Andrew Nigon has installed half-deflated balloons and cotton-candy clusters, suggesting a celebration — but one that's ending. It's a metaphor for life on Earth. Sea levels rise, natural disasters strike, people are born, people die. Yet the planet keeps spinning, with...

Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale's Café Dolly Exhibition Shows Works by Picabia, Schnabel, and Willumsen

6 months ago by Andrea Richard
In the fall of 2013, when former MOCA North Miami curator Bonnie Clearwater, now of the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, saw the "Café Dolly: Picabia, Schnabel, Willumsen" exhibition in Denmark, she knew she had to bring it to Florida. The show features paintings by three major art players:...
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