art&culture magazine Palm Beach County

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 now published by Palm Beach Media Group.

The new art&culture is published three times a year, and you can pick up a copy at the VISIT FLORIDA-designated Tourist Information Center in our downtown Lake Worth 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 $6/issue) at palmbeachmedia.com.

 

IN THIS ISSUE:

Food Imitates Art
Cuban Provocateur
A Collector’s Journey
To Palm Beach with Love
& more…

 

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Thank you to the launch party sponsor:
West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District


Latest Features

Into The Deep

Into The Deep

There's beauty in the unpredictable, and even in the dangerous. Photographer Chris Leidy found it.   “I’m so claustrophobic, you don’t understand.” This coming from a man who spent three weeks last summer ... Read more »


Arts Innovator: Nicole Henry

Arts Innovator: Nicole Henry

Art often finds beauty in the ordinary. But the CANVAS Outdoor Museum Show goes a step further. Each November, artists from all over the world transform West Palm Beach’s public spaces into the extraordinary.   ... Read more »


Arts & Letters

Arts & Letters

The “ancient” art of handwritten letters is all but extinct. Elegantly scripted epistles have waned in popularity as text messages now reign supreme. In an era of ephemeral communication, simple tangible ... Read more »


Storyteller: Edel Rodriguez

Storyteller: Edel Rodriguez

Everybody has a story, but Edel Rodriguez’s life is a novel. At the age of 9, he and his family came to America from their native Cuba in the Mariel boatlift. They settled in Hialeah, where his mother was a seamstress ... Read more »


The Collector

The Collector

Beginning with a Frankenthaler in 1970, Ronnie Heyman has amassed an incredible cache of enviable artwork. She walks us through the journey that filled her Palm Beach home with memories.   We flock to see ... Read more »


Healing Arts

Healing Arts

Clever collages cover the walls of the lobby of the Margaret W. Niedland Breast Center in Jupiter. Photographs depicting island scenes decorate one of the hallways. Stunning compositions of Antelope Canyon in Arizona ... Read more »


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