Jaffe Center for Book Arts' first ever Makers Marketplace for Springtime and last market of the season. There’ll be live afternoon music on our porch, delicious zeppole and cookies from Cosa Duci Italian Bakery, a letterpress print project and a make your own clothespin pinwheel project, too (because we should all be makers), and a bevy of local makers and small creative companies eager to show and sell their wares. It’s a fun filled day of local food, music, crafts, and shopping!
Each March, in anticipation of Spring, Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery fills up with flowers. Photographers and painters present both abstract and realist works, pedestals are topped with handcrafted vases and Ikebana’s sport floral arrangements. Handcrafted jewelry similarly reflects the floral theme. The works will be judged, allowing talented art students from local high schools to compete with more experienced artists for a $100 first place prize and 2nd and 3rd place ribbons. Opening reception with artists meet and greet, Friday March 2, 6-10 p.m.
Indoors and Out at Jaffe Center for Book Arts Studios, located at FAU's historic T6 building
A Wayzgoose is an old English printers’ celebration, traditionally on St. Bartholomew’s Day (the 24th of August). By the arrival of Bartlemas each waning summer, printers in England needed to light lamps and candles to beef up the sunlight to set type for their projects and a good printshop proprietor would bring in not just the lamps and candles, but also some good food and strong ale to boot. Was there goose involved? Maybe. All we know is this annual printers’ celebration became known eventually as a Wayzgoose.
This big autumnal party is celebrating 5 years since Jaffe Center for Book Arts opened it's hand papermaking studios and 10 years since opening their print shop and bindery, the Autumn Wayzgoose at our paper studios will feature a big tent, live music, a good old fashioned apple sale, print and paper making demos, and the Harves.t Makers Marketplace, featuring the wares of local artisans and small creative companies.
Historic T6 is located on FAU's Boca Raton campus, at the northeast corner, very close to Henderson School and the FAU Football Stadium and directly across the street from the east entrance of Palm Beach State College.
Leadership & Friends of Community Services - funding a scholarship at Palm Beach State College allowing needy recipients a means to pay for tuition and books
We pay homage to the earth and to saving this planet through the art we create. This show opens on Friday, April 21 with a big celebration of Earth Day.
Join us, at Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery, in showing the beauty of this earth through our art. Artists use art as a statement demanding the preservation of this planet, expressing their issues of clean water and clean air in this show. Artists who care about our River Of Grass and its preservation, let us know through their art.
Plein Art Painters, sculptors, photographers and jewelers help us celebrate the planet and its beauty as part of this show.
The Flamingo Gallery is partnering with Patti Sheldon of AWE Flowers to present a room full of artistic flower arrangements, aromas and greenery. The show opens on Friday, March 3, with a bevy of local artists and a shop filled with local greenery.
Some of Palm Beach County's finest artists will be presenting works that will fill the walls and pedestals with flowers of every variety and 3-D artists will fill the gallery with vases and pots that are works of art, as well as vessels for some of the most beautiful flower arrangements in the region.
AWE Flowers is a local, independent flower business using only fresh flowers and greenery. The works of art they create with flowers can be special ordered at the gallery (or at the flower shop). The arrangements can be taken home when you leave the gallery. Choose a special pot or vase to enhance them.
Great opportunity to paint at beautiful Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge and exhibiting our work. 3pm Jurying and Awards Ceremony. Art Show is Feb 19 - April 12
This is the 18th Annual Everglades Day - Promoting a better understanding of the Everglades - Mother Nature's Magic Show featuring: Brad Diehl, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Paul Gray, Audubon Florida, Grant Livingston, Singer Songwriter, Richard Raid, University of Florida.
Plein Air Art Show and Exhibit in Visitor's Center
Kobi Levi, Israeli Shoe Designer's Artists Workshop - exploring creativity, assumption, challenging preconceived notions and abandoning expectations.
Showcase of the Best of South Florida Local Artists
Each month The Foundation for Women's Cultural and Economic Literacy will feature 10 extraordinarily talented established and emerging area artists. This fun evening for art lovers and collectors, the artists will each have their own table to display and sell their high quality one-of-a-kid creations.