ODIUM, an exhibition
of sculpture by emerging south Florida artists at 247 Pineapple Grove Way. Music
performances will occur late in the day. November 22nd Only.
Antion Sevruguim & the Persian Image. A glimpse into the history of Iran during the late 1800s through the
eyes of one of the nation’s most creative photographers, the Museum of Lifestyle and Fashion History at 322 Pineapple
Grove Way through November 30, 2003. Admission
Anima. Large-scale digital images by Timothy Morrissey exploring the Jungian theme of Anima, the inner personality
and feminine principle, as contrasted to the outer male persona. Palm Beach Photographic
Centre at 55 NE 2nd Avenue through January 4. Admission
4) “A World of Puppets: Art
and Imagination” - South Florida Puppet Guild, tells the story of puppets as theatrical art forms and educational tools. From construction and costuming to characters and cultural diversity, the world of puppets and puppetry
is explored. Exhibit includes a variety of hand, rod and shadow puppets, marionettes,
and giant puppets. “Open
Your Door to Diversity,” Student Art Exhibit in the Interactive Children’s Gallery.
Student Showcase Gallery: Jenny Wang”, Mixed media work by Atlantic High School International Baccalaureate Program 2003 graduate.
Cornell Museum at Old School Square. Admission
5) “Dos Artistas, Un Poeta” (Two Artists, One Poet) –Paintings by Cuban artists Jose Luis Farinas
and Orestes Gaulhiac, enhanced by the poetry of Pablo Armando Fernandez. “History of Renovation of Old School Square.”
Crest Theater Gallery at Old School Square. FREE
“The Delray Beach Philharmonic Pops Orchestra”
Conducted by Robin Netscher, Delray’s own 39-piece orchestra will present an eclectic mix of classical and pop music. Crest Theater at Old School Square. November 22nd, Sat. 2
& 8 p.m. Tickets $33 and $35, call 561-243-7922, ext. 1.
The Delray Wreck~SS Inchulva ~100 Years of Memories. Exhibition of photographs and other documents about the shipwreck and
dive site a few hundred yards into the ocean. Delray Beach Historical Society
/ Cornell Archives at Old School Square through April 30, 2004. FREE
“New Town” An exhibition of photographs and documents
of the forced 1942 resettlement of African Americans from the Yamato Colony. The
building itself is a house museum about typical African-American life in the middle of the century. S.D. Spady Cultural Arts
Museum at 172 Fifth Avenue SW. Admission
9) "Four Artists/Four Visions" an exhibit of fine art by members of Women in the Visual Arts, Inc. The multi-media
exhibit features the work of Lorraine Bader, Carolyn Barth, Donna Fuller, and Bobbie Galex. City Hall at 100 N.W. First Avenue
through December 5. FREE
10) "Cuba… On the Street" An exhibition
of photography by Rolfe Ross, Delray Beach Public Library at 29 SE 4th Ave through December 9.
“Pineapple Grove ArtWalk.” Sculptures and murals on Pineapple Grove Main Street between
Atlantic Avenue and 3rd Street NE. Florida artists include Giannina Coppiano
Dwin, Tim Curtis, Robert Chambers, Carlos Betancourt, Carlos Alves, Jane Manus, Dominique Labauvie, George Gadson, Leslie
Fry and Sharon Kosoff. Out of state artists includes Peter Reiquam, Joshua Levine,
Sandy Gellis, Shaun Cassidy, Robbie Barber, Rian Kerrane, J. Paul Sires, John Martin, David Floyd and Rudy Rudisill.