“Art at the Airport” Changing Exhibition
Palm Beach County’s Art in Public Places Program invites visual artists who reside in Palm Beach County to submit artwork to be considered for inclusion in a four month exhibition at Palm Beach International Airport. The exhibition area is on Level 2, across from Sam Snead’s restaurant and bar, the visitor’s lounge and mini putting green. Exhibition dates are June 26 through October 30, 2013. Deadline for Entry: May 31, 2013
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Lake Worth 100 Mail Art Exhibition
This year marks the Centennial anniversary of the City of Lake Worth, known as a community that embraces artistic expression. LULA Lake Worth Arts is inviting artists and the general public to submit artwork on envelopes as part of Lake Worth 100 Mail Art Exhibition. Mail art is the most democratic form of fine art. The direct exchange of creative work is a worldwide cultural movement that began in the early 1960’s and involves sending visual art on envelopes through the international postal system. Traveling the world through mail art can be a rewarding experience that operates within a spirit of "anything goes" which brings to the surface everybody's creative side. Decorated envelopes are one-of-a-kind artworks with the handwritten address becoming part of the work. Please join LULA and send a decorated envelope as we celebrate Lake Worth’s Centennial.
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New Workshop / Gallery / Studio space in Lake Worth.
Lake Worth Concert Band performs concerts for functions such as: afternoon in the park, holidays, and city events. Free of change to the public. Amyone who plays a brass, woodwind, or percussion instrument is welcome to join the band. The band rehearses once a week.
The Lake Worth Art League is looking for young artists to join the Art League in the new location 604 Lucerne Ave. For more information: www.lwartleague.org or call 561-586-8666
LULA Lake Worth Arts is looking for local artist. Lake Worth is fortunate to be sited as a community with an abundant interest and support for the arts. The Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) is seeking to revitalize the downtown by infusing arts with other economic development efforts, including live-work studio spaces for artists, new opportunities for artists, and LULA an arts program geared to making this all happen.