Located in the Humanities Building, the Gallery at Lake Worth campus is a contemporary architectural facility that is dedicated to promoting artistic excellence within the visual arts programs offered at Palm Beach State College. The Gallery provides an artistic forum to showcase Art and Design from our Graphic Design and Fine Arts students.
Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Humanities Building - First floor
4200 Congress Ave.
Lake Worth, FL 33461
For more information call (561) 868-3270 or 868-3909
This show is the first exhibition hosted by PBSC that will be entirely designed, curated, and executed by the visual art and design students of the college.
The purpose of the show is to present a variety of two dimensional and three dimensional works that represent a "spectrum" of color, media, approaches, subject matter, and concepts as a way to highlight the amazing array of artistic explorations by the students.
The Gallery at Lake Worth Campus is pleased to be able to offer the opportunity to students to design and curate this exhibit as a way to empower them with the ability to express their ideas and concerns about what is relevant within the world of art. Beyond the opportunity for the student curators, the students selected for the exhibit will also have a chance for their work to be received by a greater audience outside the classroom. The goal is to provide all the art and design students an arena in which to cultivate professional attitudes.
The pieces presented in the show will be comprised of work that students are executing in their classes, under the guidance of instructors, but will also include independent projects that students have embarked upon while exercising their personal visions outside the classroom.
The opening reception will take place on May 5th from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM, and the selected works will be on display until June 2nd. There will be awards granted to select pieces within the show and the winners will be announced during the reception. Both the reception and the exhibition are free and open to the public