Art After Dark

A New Experience Every Friday Night!

Art After Dark mixes art and entertainment every Friday night! Enjoy live performances, film screenings, art workshops, and more. Programs are will be presented both in-person and online.

Art After Dark / Los Olvidados + Marimba Sonora Migueleño

Friday, January 21 / 5PM-10PM

Friday, January 21 / 5-10pm

Art After Dark / Los Olvidados + Marimba Sonora Migueleño

A Film screening of Los Olvidados (The Young and the Damned), the Luis Buñuel 1950 film, followed by a post-screening discussion by Karen Davis and a Marimba concert by Marimba Sonora Migueleño.
This program is included with admission.

Schedule of Events

  • Tour

    Tours meet in Fabrikant Lobby

    Explore great works in the Museum collection led by one of the Museum’s fine docents. 

    Space is limited, and tickets are available on a first come first served basis 1 hour before the program begins.

  • Open Studio / Mixed Media Self Portraits

    Second Floor, Classroom 2

    Join artist Sara Bookspan to explore the fundamentals of collage to create self-portraits that mirror elements of Frida Kahlo’s artistic style.

    For all ages and experience levels. All materials are included.

  • Tis the Season to Create and Donate!

    Please visit Visitor Experience on arrival for the location of this program

    The Norton would like to showcase your creations at our celebratory Gala.

    Join us for a series of open studios where you will learn about the rich Mexican art tradition of alebrije sculptures and then make your own uniquely designed alebrije.

    Families and community groups are all welcome to participate in this 90 minute workshop. For your participation, you'll receive free admission to the special exhibition Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection and a Mexican Modernism family art kit.

    The Norton Museum of Art’s Gala is a yearly fundraising event which supports the Museum and all the programs that we bring to young people throughout the year. We can’t do it without you!

    After Gala all objects will go back to their creator. For information on workshops and on how to redeem your creation after its display, email [email protected]


    Tis the Season to Create and Donate!

  • Los Olvidados (The Young and the Damned) / Film Screening and Discussion

    Stiller Auditorium

    Screening of Los Olvidados (The Young and the Damned), the Luis Buñuel film from 1950. A group of juvenile delinquents live a violent and crime-filled life in the festering slums of Mexico City, and the morals of young Pedro are gradually corrupted and destroyed by the others. 

    When Luis Buñel's Los Olvidados screened in Mexico in 1950, it met with widespread criticism. Because of its neo-realism, it wasn't fully accepted until he won the 1951 Cannes Best Director award. The film's surrealistic elements share something with Kahlo's vision, but the overriding naturalism makes for an interesting distinction from Mexican modernism. 

    This screening will be followed by a post-screening discussion led by Karen Davis, a film historian and lecturer who has led film discussions at the Movies of Delray and Lake Worth, The Living Room Theatre in Boca Raton, a moderator for The Cinema Club in Deerfield Beach, and a past lecturer (Hollywood Musicals) at The Norton Museum. A former director of the Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival and the PB Film Series, she has been an advisor to and film programmer for other film festivals.
    Los Olvidados (The Young and the Damned) movie poster

  • Live Music / Marimba Sonora Migueleño

    Great Hall

    Come dance the night away with Marimba Sonora Migueleño! 

    The marimba is a xylophone-like instrument made from wood and played in the Maya regions of Mexico and Central America. It is the official instrument of Guatemala and Costa Rica. It is an integral part of indigenous cultures and arrived to Central America from Africa through the slave trade.

    Marimba Sonora Migueleño 

  • Tour

    Tours meet in Fabrikant Lobby

    One more chance to explore great works in the Museum collection with one of the Museum’s fine docents. Space is limited, and tickets are available on a first come first served basis 1 hour before the program begins.


Attending Art After Dark

Hours: The museum is currently open to the public until 10 pm on Friday nights.

Entry: Please note daily capacity is limited and advance, timed-ticket reservations are encouraged to help ensure a safe and enjoyable visiting experience for all. To attend in-person Art After Dark programs, reserve a timed ticket.

How to get here: The Norton Museum of Art is located at 1401 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach, FL 33401. For more information, click here.

Parking: Parking is available in the Norton’s main parking lot at 1501 South Dixie Highway, immediately across the street from the Museum. Parking is $5 per car, per day. Norton Members park for free.

Food and drink: The Restaurant at the Norton is fully operational, and seating available outdoors with a view of our Sculpture Garden and in the Restaurant. Along with great food, The Restaurant can be enjoyed with creative cocktails, wine, or champagne.  Reservations recommended at 

Admission: Art After Dark is included with museum admission. As always, members enjoy free museum admission.

CDC COVID-19 Community Level for Palm Beach County: LOW


The following general policies are in effect immediately and will remain so while Palm Beach County’s Community Level remains LOW:

  • Masks are optional, but encouraged, for all guests visiting the Norton. Masks are provided upon request. All Norton staff will continue to wear masks.
  • Temperature taking is voluntary upon entering the Museum
  • A negative COVID test (or optional presentation of proof of vaccination) is not required for admission to the Museum.

Please note that the Norton’s COVID-19 policies remain subject to change as circumstances evolve. Visit for the most up-to-date information. 

The Museum will continue to conduct heightened cleaning and sanitation and will continue to provide masks to visitors who request them.

This policy is based on guidance and recommendations issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and other authoritative or controlling government-issued health standards.

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If you are unable to visit us in person, please visit The Norton Channel for a wide range of virtual resources, activities, and programs.

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The health and safety of our guests is a top priority for the Norton Museum.