art&culture magazine - winter 2020

Your favorite magazine featuring the best of the best in arts and culture in The Palm Beaches—and beyond

Throughout its 10-year history, art&culture has become the definitive, award-winning source for cultural residents and tourists in Palm Beach County. In partnership with the Cultural Council, the magazine is published by Palm Beach Media Group.

Published three times a year, you can pick up a copy of art&culture at the VISIT FLORIDA-designated Tourist Information Center in our downtown Lake Worth Beach headquarters. Or become a member of the Cultural Council to receive a copy of each issue by mail. You can also purchase a subscription for $15/year or order individual issues for $6 at palmbeachmedia.com.

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Behind the Curtain

Behind the Curtain

Last fall, Palm Beach County was treated to something really special at Maltz Jupiter Theatre: the world premiere production of Dracula: A Comedy of Terrors . What they didn't see was all the work that went into ... Read more


The World Through a Lens

The World Through a Lens

When Ellen Shapiro began collecting photography in the 1970s, she admits she was eager but green. Today, her works fill three homes on both sides of the Atlantic. Photography is the art form that captivated eager ... Read more


Blurring the Line

Blurring the Line

Cheryl Maeder’s surreal photographs seamlessly blend reality and the abstract “The core of my work has always been about connection—the innate connection to oneself, to each other, and to all other life forms on ... Read more


A World of Wonder

A World of Wonder

Ruth and Theodore Baum fill their homes with the works of artists from all over the globe. Here's a look at some of their diverse pieces. Over many decades, both Ruth and Theodore Baum established individual ... Read more


Third Places

Third Places

Local gathering spots are creating a greater sense of community Trends have a way of resurfacing. Typically, the phenomenon is best seen through the world of fashion, which is never short on bell-bottom pants, baby ... Read more


Reel Talk

Reel Talk

A brief history of filming in Palm Beach County and where the industry stands today The movies came to Florida for the same reason as the population: the weather. Before World War I, the movie industry had been mostly ... Read more


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