Art After Dark

While live Art After Dark programs are on hiatus, the Norton is still partnering with artists, musicians, and special guests to bring our community together virtually on Friday nights!

Starting in October, the virtual Art After Dark series is weekly, with new content released every Friday night.

Enjoy new performances from South Florida musicians, meet artists, learn about their creative process, explore featured works from the collection, watch virtual film screenings, and much more at Art After Dark!

This Week Art After Dark From Home

November 6, 2020 / 5pm

Docent Spotlight with Vivian Chen 

"The Sailors’ Barracks," 1914, by Giorgio de Chirico

Our second virtual Docent Spotlight talk features Vivian Chen’s discussion of Giorgio de Chirico’s evocative painting The Sailors’ Barracks, in the Norton Museum of Art collection. This is among de Chirico’s “metaphysical” works, painted when the artist was deeply involved in philosophy, as well as concerned about the onset of World War I.

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7pm

Art After Dark / Virtual Curator Conversation

ONLINE: Divine Beings

Laurie Barnes, Elizabeth B. McGraw Curator of Chinese Art, introduces highlights from the special exhibition Divine Beings and their relationships to works from India to Japan.  

Free

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Tosa Yukihiro 土佐行広 (Japan, Muromachi Period, 1338-1573), Parinirvana, circa 1451 Eastern India or Bangladesh, Gupta Period, Vishnu Riding Garuda, 320-500 CE

Tosa Yukihiro 土佐行広 (Japan, Muromachi Period, 1338-1573), Parinirvana, circa 1451 Eastern India or Bangladesh, Gupta Period, Vishnu Riding Garuda, 320-500 CE

Sponsored by the Addison Hines Charitable Trust. This program was also made possible by the generosity of the William Randolph Hearst Foundation and media sponsor the Palm Beach Post.


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