Cultural Preview November 2019

    During season, the Palm Beaches offer a veritable cornucopia of artistic delights. Here, we spotlight November's top events, exhibitions, concerts, performances, and appointments—presented in no particular order—that have us swooning.

    1. Georgia O’Keeffe at the Norton Museum of Art


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    From November 22 to February 2, the Norton will mount “Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern,” which investigates the woman behind the formidable public persona. Organized by the Brooklyn Museum, the show includes a selection of O’Keeffe’s paintings as well as items of her clothing and photographs of the artist and her homes by the likes of Alfred Stieglitz, Annie Leibovitz, and Andy Warhol, to name a few.

    2. Everything is Super Great at Theatre Lab


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    Theatre Lab, Florida Atlantic University’s resident professional theater company, is producing a season of premieres, beginning with the co-world premiere of Stephen Brown’s Everything is Super Great, presented with Stable Cable Lab Co. and running November 30 to December 22.

    3. Foundation to Silhoutte at the Flagler Museum


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    The Flagler Museum’s sixtieth anniversary season is all about style. Now through January 5, visitors are privy to an exhibition of women’s clothing and undergarments in “Inside out: Women’s Fashion from Foundation to Silhouette.”

    4. “The Practice of Optimism” at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens


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    Garden atendees can explore a special exhibit, by Federico Uribe, “The Practice of Optimism,” November 20 to February 2. Working with both sculpture and paint, the Colombian-born, Miami-based artist transforms everyday materials into whimsical works that invite viewers to reflect upon human and animal existence and how we relate to the world around us. (

    5. “Made in Palm Beach” at the Cultural Council


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    As part of its mission to support and serve local artists, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County dedicates a show to one specific city—of the county’s 39—every two years. This year, it’s the island of Palm Beach’s turn. Visitors to the council’s gallery in Lake Worth Beach can view works by creatives who live in Palm Beach, November 23 to February 1.

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