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Photo courtesy of The Lubben Brothers

Choral Society of the Palm Beaches to Perform Holiday Concerts

The Choral Society of the Palm Beaches and The Lubben Brothers will perform at Lakeside Presbyterian Church December 3 and 4
Iris Apfel for Zenni. Photo by Ruvén Afandador

Iris Apfel Lends Her Style to The Royal’s Holiday Tree

WS Development and The Royal Poinciana Plaza will unveil the fashion icon's take on the annual surfboard Christmas tree December 1
Nicole Wittenberg's New York studio space. Photo by Kent Pell

Acquavella Galleries Unveils Nicole Wittenberg Works

"Our Love is Here to Stay" features 22 new works on canvas and paper, and will be on view at the Palm Beach gallery beginning December 16
Bill Mays

Norton Museum of Art’s Concert Series Returns

The series kicks off November 20 with A Brief History of Jazz Piano with Bill Mays
Keith Haring, Untitled (Aztec Snake Goddess), 1984, acrylic on muslin © Keith Haring Foundation

Sotheby’s Debuts George Condo and Keith Haring Exhibition

"Condo x Haring: Expressions of the Imagination" will be unveiled at The Slat House at The Royal Poinciana Plaza November 19
Joyce Carol Oates. Photo by Dustin Cohen

Joyce Carol Oates Comes to Jupiter

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College at Florida Atlantic University will host the author at a special speaker event November 18
Artist Hunt Slonem with his iconic works. Photo by Brandon Schulman Photography 1

Meet Artist Hunt Slonem at Lighthouse ArtCenter

Neo-expressionist artist Hunt Slonem, whose works are on view at the ArtCenter, will meet and mingle with guests at a reception November 17
Miami City Ballet's Romeo and Juliet. Photo by Gary James

Shakespeare Classic Hits the Stage

Miami City Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet arrives at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach November 11-13
Musubu R by Kakuko Ishii. Courtesy of the artist, © Kakuko Ishii

Washi Exhibition Arrives at Morikami

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach will unveil “Washi Transformed: New Expressions in Japanese Paper" November 5
Conductor and violin soloist Andrés Cárdenes. Photo by Alisa Milnthorp

Fanning the Flame with The Symphonia

The Symphonia's "Inspired Naturally" season kicks off with "Fire," featuring conductor and violin soloist Andrés Cárdenes, November 13