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BiblioArte

BiblioArte

Saturday, April 15
Lake Worth Art Center, Lake Worth, FL

 
Brought to you by: The City of Lake Worth and Lake Worth Public Library
Enjoy live mural painting, street painting with chalk and a special arts and literacy session with world renowned artist and children’s book illustrator Edel Rodriguez.

Edel Rodriguez is a Cuban-American artist, illustrator and children’s book author. He was the art director at Time Magazine for 14 years and in the course of his career as a commercial illustrator, his work has been published by a great number of nationally- and internationally-distributed magazines such as The New Yorker, Time Magazine, Rolling Stone, Newsweek and Fortune Magazine among others. In 2016 Edel was named “Top 50 Most Creative People of the Year” by Ad Age among Kerry James Marshall, David Bowie, Samantha Bee and Beyonce.






Abstraction in Action

Abstraction in Action

Saturday, March 11
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth, FL

 
In Partnership with Norton Museum of Art
Through a lively family-friendly conversation, explore the colorful abstract work of Norton Museum of Art RAW artist Svenja Deininger. Then, put abstraction into action by making your own abstract work of art with Norton Museum of Art education staff.






Painting Workshop

Painting Workshop

Saturday, February 25
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth, FL

 
Join us during the annual Lake Worth Street Painting Festival for some painting of your own! Families can drop in throughout the morning to create original works of art in watercolor and wax resist. Come get inspired by the works created on the streets of downtown Lake Worth and the walls of our galleries.






FUNdamentals of Dance

FUNdamentals of Dance

Saturday, January 14
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth, FL

 
In Partnership with the Palm Beach Atlantic University Dance Department
Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Dance Department is made up of internationally-respected dancers and performers. This workshop will focus on the FUNdamentals of dance for family members while building an appreciation for this very popular art form. Participants will be introduced to some basics of dance as well as exercises that professional dancers do on a daily basis to prepare.

*Cancelled






Family Improv

Family Improv

Saturday, December 10
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth, FL

 
In Partnership with Maltz Jupiter Theatre
Teaching Artist Kristine DiMartino will lead improvisational activities and creative play to develop family skills of communication, conflict resolution and positive self-expression.






Community Drum Circle

Community Drum Circle

Saturday, November 12
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth, FL

 
In Partnership with Center of Creative Education
Participants will have the opportunity to play drums and other percussion instruments from many diverse cultures. They will play traditional rhythms and make up their own music. This is an exciting celebration of life for all ages and abilities.






Page to Stage Workshop

Page to Stage Workshop

Saturday, October 15
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth, FL

 
In Partnership with Maltz Jupiter Theatre
Following the model of Read / Play / Participate, participants will hear a story read aloud, then act the story out through creative dramatic play. This literacy-based activity not only highlights the importance of reading but promotes imagination, creativity, and an introduction to the art form of the theatre.






Opera: Stories Told Through Singing

Opera: Stories Told Through Singing

Saturday, September 10
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth, FL

 
In Partnership with Palm Beach Opera
Palm Beach Opera brings families together through the magic of OPERA: Stories Told Through Singing. Teaching Artist Abbey Harr leads you and your family through a creative drawing-based activity that ends in a singing performance for all to experience and enjoy. This 90 minute morning session will have families playing together, learning together, and singing together.

(This program is likely best for families with children ages 5+)
*Photo credit: Nicholas Mohnacky