Visitors can enjoy special deals and discounts at cultural organizations, meet artists where they work during annual celebration sponsored by the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County


The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County is pleased to announce the upcoming return of its annual MOSAIC (“Month of Shows, Art, Ideas and Culture”) program, held during the month of May.


Now in its sixth year, the month-long celebration showcases The Palm Beaches’ arts and cultural institutions, many of which are offering exclusive deals of up to 50 percent off regular prices as part of MOSAIC. With featured organizations that range from the family-friendly Cox Science Center and Aquarium to the beautiful Mounts Botanical Garden and world-class Boca Raton Museum of Art, MOSAIC is the perfect time to experience all that Florida’s Cultural Capital® has to offer.


“We’re thrilled that over 25 cultural organizations are participating in MOSAIC this May,” said Lauren Perry, the Cultural Council’s director of marketing and cultural tourism. “While this month-long celebration is designed to draw tourists to The Palm Beaches, there are some amazing deals on admission to museums, tickets to live performances, exciting eco-tours and hands-on art classes that Palm Beach County residents won’t want to miss.”


This year, MOSAIC will also include Palm Beach County Open Studios, a new initiative taking place on May 20 from noon to 5 p.m. During this free event, visitors will have the chance to visit more than 65 Palm Beach County-based creative professionals at their studios, witnessing the creative process with the opportunity to purchase art directly from the creators. Artists’ demonstrations will range from painting to glass blowing, photography, jewelry making, sculpture, printmaking and more. Open Studios is sponsored by Zero Empty Spaces and WLRN.


Visitors and residents alike can take advantage of these offers, which include visits to museums, theaters, science centers, botanical gardens, and more. Below is a sampling of institutions that are participating in this year’s MOSAIC program. For exclusive early access to the full list of offers, as well as activities and events to enjoy during MOSAIC, visit


2023 MOSAIC Participating Organizations Include:


About the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County
The Cultural Council for Palm Beach County is the official support agency for arts and culture in The Palm Beaches, Florida’s Cultural Capital®. Headquartered in the historic Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. building in Downtown Lake Worth Beach, the Council presents exciting year-round exhibitions and performances featuring artists who live or work in Palm Beach County. The Council features spectacular work by Palm Beach County-based professional artisans in its Roe Green Uniquely Palm Beach Store, offers complimentary resources for visitors in its Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf Visitor Information Center and hosts frequent events in its outdoor Project Space, offering views of the building’s iconic Martin Luther King Jr. mural by renowned Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra. The council is open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. For more information and a comprehensive calendar of cultural events in The Palm Beaches, visit


Media Contact:
Linnea Bailey (561) 713-0673


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Cultural Council for Palm Beach County presents Palm Beach County Open Studios — May 20, 2023

Take a behind-the-scenes peek into the world of professional art in The Palm Beaches! For one day only, more than 65 creative professionals from across the county will open their studios to the public. This free event is an extraordinary opportunity to discover Palm Beach County artists, learn about their processes and watch them work. Visitors will be able to interact with artists and observe a wide range of demonstrations in painting, blowing glass, photography, jewelry making, sculpture, printmaking, woodworking, fiber arts, mixed media work and more. Open Studios is sponsored by Zero Empty Spaces and WLRN. Event will take place from noon to 5 p.m. Call (561) 471-2901 or visit for a guide and map for participating artists and locations.