Thursday, December 7, 2017

Palm Beach County Cultural Council “Ushers in 40th Season with Fusion of Art, Heavy Metal Music, and Charity”.

“RaWk — The Art of Jason Newsted” is open to the public now, kicking off a series of Art &
Music Experiences.


Scroll down to learn more about this exciting
exhibit or click on this link for the
Cultural Council’s website.

For more information about this exhibit call Judith Czelusniak at 561-471-1602 or send an email to: Judith@PalmBeachCulture.com

The Palm Beach County Cultural Council is located in the exciting and vibrant City of Lake Worth’s Downtown, 601 Lake Ave., at the historic “Robert M. Montgomery, Jr., Building”. Public hours are Tuesday–Saturday from 10:00–5:00, closed on Sunday and Monday.
     There is FREE, 4-hour parking along Lake Worth’s Downtown streets. There is also a public parking lot on the east side of ‘L’ Street across from the Cultural Council’s building. 


From the press event on November 30th is CBS12/WPEC reporter Greg Angel interviewing
the artist Jason Newsted, former guitarist 
for the band Metallica:

From the recent Cultural Council press release:

“The Art of Jason Newsted, Dec. 1Feb. 3”:

Newsted, a resident of Jupiter, has been a serious artist since 2004, with his first gallery show in San Francisco in 2010. He works with words and layers, manipulating canvases and upcycling ordinary materials. Using both hands, he scrawls out names or phrases and then layers paint to cleverly disguise them from the viewer. At times the artist twists and turns the canvas repeatedly, painting until he obtains the desired effect.
     Newsted imagines landscapes and otherworldly figures that come to light from an unlimited color palette, evoking a sense of frenetic emotion. The exhibition was co-curated by Nick Korniloff, Executive Vice President, founder and director of Art Miami and founder of the prestigious Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary art fair, and Nichole Hickey, manager of Artist Services at the Cultural Council. Korniloff said,

“Entering year two of our Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary art fair, we look forward to the kickoff of another exciting cultural season in Palm Beach County by supporting and celebrating the Cultural Council’s 40th anniversary. When provided the opportunity to work with Rena Blades and her team to co-curate an exhibition with Nichole Hickey of the Council, I jumped at the opportunity. There was only one artist in mind -- and that was Palm Beach County resident, six-time Grammy winner, Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Famer and multitalented musical, lyrical and visual artist Jason Newsted. Jason’s immersive show represents all of the mediums of the arts that the Cultural Council has worked so hard to support over the years. The RaWk exhibition will be an event and art show that our community will never forget.”

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