Palm Beach Gardens: Art for All

Thanks to an award-winning Art in Public Places Program, it’s no exaggeration to say that culture lies just around the corner in Palm Beach Gardens. Some five dozen uniquely appealing works can be found throughout the community from the Municipal Complex to the grounds of local businesses and even the PGA Boulevard Flyover.

The visual arts thrive through the city’s 25-year-old GardensArt program, which offers changing exhibitions at City Hall, as well as in the gallery at the Eissey Campus of Palm Beach State College. Meanwhile, the Eissey Campus Theatre offers music, theater and dance performances by international artists in its Arts in the Garden Series.

Well-known to golfers as the home of the PGA and the Honda Classic as well as shoppers who frequent Downtown at the Gardens and the Gardens Mall, this culturally rich community also attracts thousands of people each February to one of the top 50 festivals in the country, ArtiGras – an annual celebration of outstanding fine art and lively entertainment.

Culture is truly intertwined in the personality of Palm Beach Gardens, where the arts play a prominent and public role every day.

Video courtesy of the City of Palm Beach Gardens


Upcoming Events in or Near Palm Beach Gardens

Handel's Messiah

Handel's Messiah

Friday, December 14

Masterworks Chorus of the Palm Beaches
at The Benjamin School (Upper)

Celebrate the holidays with exquisite music unparalleled in popularity – G.F. Handel’s Messiah. The music features such familiar pieces as And the Glory of ... More details »
Artists and Charities Hand in Hand Art Show

Artists and Charities Hand in Hand Art Show

Sunday, December 16

Mandel Jewish Community Center of the Palm Beaches (Palm Beach Gardens)

An art show to benefit children with special needs is coming to Palm Beach Gardens, with finger foods, wine, and a chance to win an original 36” x 48” oil ... More details »
Enchanting Movements

Enchanting Movements

Thursday, January 10

Palm Beach Symphony
at The Benjamin School (Upper)

CONCERT PROGRAM Brahms (1833 – 1897), Violin Concerto Schumann (1810 – 1856), Symphony No. 2 CONDUCTOR  Ramón Tebar  GUEST ARTIST  SooBeen Lee, Young ... More details »