The newly renovated Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach is hosting a new series every Friday night called Art After Dark.
Every Friday night the museum stays open late for the event and features an array of different programs every week. Tomorrow, February 15th, Writer Hilton Als, kicks off the new event. The Museum’s gardens will be filled with live music featuring pop, R&B and electronic jazz music brought to you by the New York based singer Sirintip performing her new debut album from 8 pm to 10 pm.
During the event there will be a change for you to create your own masterpiece in the Open Studio: monoPRINT portion of the night form 6 pm to 9 pm. Monoprinting is a print making technique where the same image can only be made once, making it very unlikely to create the same piece twice. Artists will be onsite to lead the hands-on class. All are welcomed to attend, and all the materials will be provided.
You’ll also have a chance to attend an Art After Dark Tour of the Museum. The tours last approximately an hour and are led by a member of the Museum staff. Come and enjoy a night of fun and have a chance to participate in in art activity, view an art exhibition, shop in the museum store, enjoy a concert, and dine in the Museum’s new bar and restaurant.
Art After Dark at the Norton Museum of Art is free to attend. If you cannot make tomorrow’s event, there will be another one next Friday, February 22nd at 5 pm.
For more information, visit their website. The Norton Museum of Art is located at 1450 S. Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach.