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With MOSAIC and Open Studios, The Palm Beaches Gets the Artist Treatment

All images courtesy of the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County

The Palm Beaches is once again fulfilling its duties as Florida’s Cultural Capital®.

For the seventh year running, the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County presents MOSAIC—Month of Shows, Art, Ideas, and Culture. Throughout May, the locale’s vanguard of arts institutions will treat residents and visitors alike to a special slate of programming and deals on experiences.

Over 25 organizations have pledged participation in 2024, including several of the area’s staples. The Boca Raton Museum of Art will welcome guests to two current exhibitions: “Smoke & Mirrors: Magical Thinking in Contemporary Art,” running through May 12th, and “Dorotha Grace Lemeh: Cycles,” featuring artwork created by the Palm Beach County resident and working professor, which concludes on May 19.

Mounts Botanical Garden

In West Palm Beach, the Cox Science Center and Aquarium, Mounts Botanical Garden, and Kravis Center for the Performing Arts will activate with a suite of special events. Busch Wildlife Sanctuary and Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum in Jupiter, and Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach, provide more naturalist fare.

Delray Beach’s Arts Garage and Arts Warehouse are also focal points of the month. Other arts venues such as Zero Empty Spaces in Palm Beach Gardens and Boca Raton, and The Peach in West Palm Beach, will highlight works by over 90 artists during Palm Beach County Open Studios on May 18 and 19.

Cox Science Center and Aquarium

Following its success last year, visitors will again be invited to engage with Palm Beach–based painters, glass blowers, photographers, jewelry makers, sculptors, printmakers, and more, either at one of these sites or in the creative’s home studio. It’s an unparalleled opportunity to get to know an artisan’s creative process and take an artwork home.

If you’re looking to explore the entire list of participants and activities—whether you're a local planning a family outing or a tourist envisioning a cultural escapade—more information can be found online at and, where guides outlining the local institutions and creatives are available.