The Norton Museum of Art will reopen at noon on Friday, September 15. Admission is free and free parking and shuttle service is available in the lot on South Dixie Highway across the street from the Museum. To make recovering from the storm a little easier for the community, the Norton’s (air conditioned) Fisher Gallery is being turned into a lounge with comfortable seating, power strips for recharging electronics, and basic art supplies for drawing.
The Members Insights program Life During Wartime: Yasuo Kuniyoshi, originally scheduled for today Thursday, September 14, has been postponed. The new date will be announced soon.
Art After Dark resumes Thursday, September 21 with a Curator’s Conversation about Julie Mehretu’s Epigraph, Damascus; A Closer Look: Pablo Picasso’s Au Café, and the Jazz on J Street Trio performing songs from the Great American Songbook.
Family Studio resumes at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 23.
If you visit:
The Norton Museum of Art is located at 1451 S Olive Ave, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
For specific information, visit www.norton.org or call (561) 832-5196.
If you plan a visit to the museum once it reopens, the current exhibit will be Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene.
The Norton Museum of Art will present a timely exhibition that depicts how humans are directly and indirectly impacting the planet. It will feature 22 works by Justin Brice Guariglia, a transdisciplinary artist, who in 2015 and 2016, flew seven times with NASA as part of Operation IceBridge, a survey mission of Greenland to study how melting glaciers affect sea level rise.
Find more information here.
#AfterIrma: The Norton Museum of Art will reopen Friday, Sept. 15. Learn about hours of operations, exhibits & activities available when the Norton reopens