At its core, arts & culture open our minds to new ways of thinking, and ultimately, new ways of doing – a fresh color palette to help us paint a new tomorrow. We believe that arts & culture are the lifeblood of thriving communities and we work hard to bring them to every corner of our county. At CCPBC we are a business mentor, a marketing partner, a matchmaker, an advisor, a cultural expert and a financial benefactor. We are a team of cultural architects growing and inspiring community by making arts & culture a part of everyday life, for everybody.
We give local artists a voice and a venue.
Evenings at the Council
The Council’s signature performing arts series returns in full force this season! Join us on the third Thursday of the month for an exciting performance by some of Palm Beach County’s most talented professionals, and check out the current exhibitions on display in our galleries which will be open late.
All Evenings at the Council performances are free to attend and run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Cultural Council Project Space. Bring your own chairs and blankets—and enjoy the show!
November 18, 2021
Evenings at the Council returns this fall! Join us for the launch of the series on Thursday, November 18, as we welcome local bluegrass-inspired acoustic band Low Ground Quintet to perform in our Project Space, and invite guests to enjoy the exhibitions on display in our galleries, which will be open late.
December 16, 2021
For this special Evenings at the Council event, take a trip back to the 1930s with the one and only Yvette Norwood-Tiger and her jazz ensemble. The group will perform works by the late, great Billie Holiday in addition to a few holiday standards.
For musicians, dancers, and other creative professionals interested in having a performance at the Council:
The Council hires musicians, dancers, and other performing artists for events in our galleries and outdoor Project Space, as well as other special events throughout the year. The Council also refers musicians to our expanding list of venues for paid gigs. Our first source for finding these artists is the Council’s online directory, so we encourage all Palm Beach County performers to create a profile by contacting us ART@palmbeachculture.com.