Art After Dark / Community Party!

July 12, 2018 5 - 9 PM

Free Admission

5:30-8:45 p.m. / Photo Booth
Make your own photo props and strike a pose!

6 p.m., 7 p.m., and 8 p.m. / Performance: Jen Clay and the Norton Teen Advisory Squad (TASQ)
South Florida-based artist Jen Clay combines stop-motion animation, video projections, along with a live, costumed performance by the Norton's TASQ, resulting in playful, choreographed movements with video projections featuring giant, alien forms.

6 p.m. / Artist Tour: Vickie Pierre
Miami-based artist Vickie Pierre leads an informal, 30-minute gallery tour to offer unique perspectives on works in the Museum Collection and special exhibitions.

6 p.m. / N!TE BOX
Psychedelic hip hop group from Jupiter, FL performing pop and hip hop. Band members include Dylan Thomas a.k.a Scuba in vocals, keys, guitar, and sax; Walker Macmillan in drums, vocals, and keys; Beau Eavenson on guitar and vocals; and Jacob Thomas on vocals and bass.

6-8 PM / Make: Processional Art Workshop 
In February 2019, the Norton’s re-opening celebration will include a public procession around the Museum campus that celebrates community and art. You can be a part of it! Attend this workshop and help make larger-than-life puppets designed by the New York-based Processional Arts Workshop that will lead visitors around and into the new building.

6:30-7:30 p.m. / Spotlight Talks by Norton’s Teen Advisory Squad (TASQ)

7 p.m. / Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Word Warriors 
The group presents original works including, "The Aftermath," "Dreams," "Broken Windows," and "Eulogy

7:30 p.m. / JM & the Sweets 
Singer, guitar-player, and songwriter Josh Miles and his band perform what they call South Florida Soul.

Until 8:30 p.m. / Cash Bar, featuring a Signature Cocktail each week!  

Schedule subject to change.

Please note: This will be the last Art After Dark until Feb. 15, 2019 as the Museum is closing to complete the final phase of its expansion project.

 

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Art After Dark is sponsored year-round by the Addison Hines Charitable Trust.