“Using objects sourced from the suburban landscape, in this case, paint chip samples from Home Depot, along with imagery and text appropriated from the Casual Encounters section of Craigslist, I explore the dichotomy between public persona and private behavior, and how technology can create a wormhole connecting individuals.”– Carlton Scott Sturgill, #OnViewNow in our #TechEffect exhibition!
Located in the restored 1913 elementary building on the Old School Square campus, the Cornell Art Museum was dedicated in 1990 as the visual arts center of Old School Square.
The Museum strives to show contemporary artists who create innovative and provocative works of art. Inquisitive visitors enjoy intriguing pieces of artwork while discovering new artists and styles. The Museum exposes the community to artwork that is culturally relevant and exciting, hoping to foster creativity and inspire imagination. Museum shows typically begin with a theme and blossom into dynamic group exhibitions that excite visitors from all backgrounds.
The Cornell Art Museum’s Art Walk Gallery features month-long, pop-up exhibits of works by local artists. Each exhibit opens on the first Friday of the month as part of Delray’s First Friday Art Walk event, an open house for the art galleries in downtown Delray Beach.
A group exhibition on technology and contemporary art!
Is your New Year's resolution to have more culture in your life? Start tonight! We’re a part of the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority #ArtWalk, a gallery walk featuring the best of #DelrayBeach! Don’t miss the #museum... free admission, light bites, cash bar, view exciting #ContemporaryArt as part of the #TechEffect exhibition, and view the new #artwork in the Spotlight Gallery by the Palm Beach Watercolor Society! Photo: Jonathan Rosen's mirror piece, a part of the Tech Effect exhibition. Take a photo and see what "The Future Is"!