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Art Gallery Palm Beach Gardens

The Art Gallery at Palm Beach State College/ Edward M. Eissey Campus opened its doors to students and the community in 1995.  It is located on the ground level of the beautiful and spacious arts and humanities building, BB 113.


Mission Statement

The mission of the Art Gallery at the Palm Beach State College / Edward M. Eissey campus is to:

  • Develop in students and families a lifetime appreciation for, and understanding of, the visual arts
  • Serve as a visual arts center and resource for both the campus and the surrounding community
  • Prepare students for productive careers in the visual arts through a wide and varied program of exhibits, lectures, special events, tours and competitions

Physically Disadvantaged: The Art Gallery is accessible to wheelchair visitors.

Exhibitions are free and open to the public.


Gallery Hours

Fall & Spring

Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Friday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 

Summer

Monday - Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Friday - CLOSED

Contact Info

561-207-5015

walterk@palmbeachstate.edu

 

Upcoming or Current Exhibition

 

Art Gallery PBG campus

Designed by: Tayrel Williams

 

Earthly Goods from Raw Materials

Nadine Saitlin and Ronald Shaw

September 12-October 20, 2017

Opening Reception rescheduled : October 19, 2017   |    5:00pm-8:00pm


Nadine Saitlin and Ronald Shaw share their love of nature through their art. Branches, wood and twigs found in nature inspire Nadine's multimedia assemblages and drawings. Each piece takes on a personality, a likeness to an object, or an idea about the environment that is communicated to the viewer. Ronald expresses himself through the clay that is formed and altered with his hands by carving and creating negative space. Once fired and assembled, the pieces are mixed with various living and nonliving natural elements symbolizing the critical role organisms play in life on Earth.

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