Art After Dark

Fridays / 5 – 10 pm
Admission is free.

Art After Dark offers an eclectic mix of art talks, live performances, film screenings, and interactive art workshops throughout the museum and the Sculpture Garden. Galleries are open until 10 pm, so stop by The Restaurant for drinks or dinner and then explore!

Art After Dark: October 11

The Cream Literary Alliance and the City of West Palm Beach present Things Fall Apart, a literary event examining climate change featuring artist and poet Roxanne Darling. Veteran jazz harpist Scott Marischen returns to the Norton for a concert in the Great Hall. Drop into Open Studio and explore scientific climate data and research through coloring activities.

Schedule of Events

  • Concert: Scott Marischen

    Veteran Jazz Harpist Scott Marischen transforms what is traditionally a classical instrument to a Jazz instrument, creating a richer experience with boundless style. Marischen is joined by five string viola player Debbie Spring & bassist Rusty Heck.

    8pm
  • The Cream Literary Alliance: Things Fall Apart

    A literary reading on the theme of climate change, “Things Fall Apart” features the visual artist and poet, Roxanne Darling. Presented in partnership by The Cream Literary Alliance, the Norton Museum of Art, and the City of West Palm Beach’s Office of Sustainability.

    About our Partners:
    The Cream Literary Alliance, Inc. is an organization of writers in West Palm Beach dedicated to promoting the power of the written and spoken word to effect positive change for both individuals and the community through education, outreach, and public events.

    The City of West Palm Beach Mayor’s Office of Sustainability strives to maximize the information and initiatives available to the community through workshops, events and regular updates through newsletters, website and social media.


    More About the Cream WPB

    7-8:30pm
  • Open Studio: Climate Change Coloring Book

    6-9pm