The Campus on the Lake program at The Society of The Four Arts is celebrating Palm Beach’s Centennial and The Four Arts’ 75th Anniversary with a four-part lecture series, “The Shaping of Palm Beach,” generously sponsored by The Private Client Reserve of U. S. Bank. Each lecture is $20 and will be held at 3 p.m. in the Walter S. Gubelmann Auditorium. Reservations are required. Please email email@example.com or call 561.805.8562 or visit www.fourarts.org for more details.
Palm Beach Style
On Thursday afternoon January 6 more than 300 came to hear Lisa Birnbach, author of The Official Preppy Handbook and True Prep,Pamela Fiori, and Steven Stolman, designer, inaugurate the series with a light-hearted glimpse at “The Style of Palm Beach.” An evening reception followed at The Four Arts Library, sponsored by U.S. Bank, Jack Rogers and Bombay Gin. Here were some of the evening’s guests.
The Shaping of Palm Beach series at The Four Arts
Four Arts celebrates 75th Anniversary with exhibition
The Society of the Four Arts is observing its 75th anniversary with an exhibit documenting the organization’s founding in 1936. The exhibit includes ephemera from its earliest programs, including the inaugural show that included Old Master paintings highlighted by Rembrandt’s Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer loaned by art dealer Joseph Duveen. The Four Arts has recently purchased the adjacent public school building to expand its cultural offerings.
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