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
During the 3½ years fine-art photographer Elle Schorr has organized the monthly Art Salons at the Armory Art Center she’s met a lot of artists. The talks, followed by informal discussions, have covered a range of topics and featured art professionals from a variety of professions
The Armory Art Center starts a new free lunch-time lecture series highlighting its programs today. The 45-minute talks, which begin at 12:45 p.m., will be held in the library at 1700 Parker Ave., West Palm Beach.
The shows are the latest in a series featuring the Lausberg gallery’s artists. In 2012, the Armory exhibited large-scale Corten steel sculptures by Herbert Mehler. Earlier this season, the center showed metal sculptures by Zammy Migdal and video installations by Gudrun Kemsa. The collaboration is an
WEST PALM BEACH, noviembre 21, 2014 (La Guía Gra.- Katharina Mayer, notable fotógrafa alemana de Lausberg Contemporary Galleries, presentará su trabajo en el Armory Art Center, comenzando el 14 de diciembre 2014 hasta el 10 de enero 2015. La recepción de apertura se efectuará el 12 de diciembre a
Katharina Mayer photographs families in familiar but psychologically revealing contexts. It’s a project the German photographer started in 2001 to explore the changing family unit as the disseminator of core values.
The Armory Art Center has hired Kim Harty, a longtime YMCA senior administrator, as its new executive director. Harty, 60, started work Monday at the nonprofit visual arts school and exhibition center in West Palm Beach. She has spent most of the last 20 years working for YMCAs in the Northeast,