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.
Pop-Up Performances in The Project Space
Stop by for live performances, refreshments, and to meet local artists at the Cultural Council’s outdoor Project Space in Downtown Lake Worth Beach. Bring your own blanket or chairs and get ready for a good time.
*For the safety of our guests and staff, facial coverings and social distancing are required at all times when visiting the Cultural Council building and Project Space.
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February 18, 2021
This week, we’ll be featuring JJ & The Florida Oranges. The Basement Presents will be our DJ for the night, and refreshments will be available for purchase, provided by our Lake Worth Beach neighbors at Revelry. You can also find art by local makers.
March 18, 2021
This week, we’ll be featuring local folk favorites, The Lubben Brothers. The Basement Presents will be our DJ for the night, and refreshments will be available for purchase, provided by our Lake Worth Beach neighbors at Revelry. You can also find art by local makers.
April 15, 2021
On April 15, we’re featuring AGWA Dance Company and a laser show by The Basement Presents. Refreshments will be available for purchase, provided by our Lake Worth Beach neighbors at Revelry. You can also find art by local makers.
For musicians, dancers, and other creative professionals interested in having a performance at the Council:
The Council hires musicians for exhibition openings, Evenings at the Council (tentatively suspended), pop-up performances in The Project Space, and other special events throughout the year. The Council also refers musicians to our expanding list of venues for paid gigs.
Throughout the summer (June -September), the Council curates opportunities for performing artists. The performances are held at the Council and they create a professional platform for local professional artists. Members receive preference on these opportunities and, oftentimes, creative professionals are sourced through the Council’s online directory.
For questions related to Musician Services, please contact Marlon Foster at (561) 472-3338 or email@example.com.