Armory lunch supports program for teen sex trafficking victims Girls meet weekly for therapeutic art classes By Jan Sjostrom - Daily News Arts Editor The Armory Art Center works with the Human Trafficking Coalition of the Palm Beaches to provide therapeutic art classes to teenaged girls
Rafael Domenech’s untitled sculpture composed of found light fixtures and cut plexiglass emerged from his fascination with scientific processes. Jan Sjostrom/ Palm Beach Daily News When an exhibition is titled “Champions: Caribbean Artists Breaking Boundaries in South Florida,” you
2016-06-23 / Arts & Entertainment News Print article Print BY SCOTT SIMMONS firstname.lastname@example.org Armory Innovator TAKING THE HELM AT THE ARMORY ART CENTER was like coming home again for Tom Pearson. Literally. “It already feels like home. I like the vibe. There’s a good,
Shawn Hall is a New Orleans-based interdisciplinary visual artist/painter who views her practice as an act of participation in the biological world through intuition and action. As a visual artist, she observes and imagines the natural world in its various facets, often from an up-close and even
There was no keeping a lid — oh, ha ha ha — on the enthusiasm at the annual Palm Beach fundraiser for the Armory Art Center.
We had a wonderful conversation with Linda Silpe who has been a board member at The Armory for more than eighteen years. We learned so much more about this amazing place.
The Armory Art Center has named former Palm Beach County School District administrator Tom Pearson its new executive director, Armory officials said today.
They’ve had a lot of practice. The “Take Home a Nude” art auction Jan. 7 at the Armory Art Center is the third they have organized to benefit the nonprofit visual art school in West Palm Beach. The event chairwomen and Armory board members not only work together well, they also share an
An organization mounting a show of contemporary ceramics probably couldn’t do better than to invite Peter Callas to curate it. Callas collaborated for many years with the late Peter Voulkos, the artist whose abstract compositions are credited with elevating ceramics from craft to fine art in the
There’s no question that Palm Beachers love jewelry. Worth Avenue alone is home to more than 20 purveyors of the stuff, according to the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce guide