Delray Beach Cornell Museum of Art and History

Internet Address: www.oldschool.org Director: Ms. Gloria Rejune Adams Admission: fee: adult-$3.00, child (<6)-free (6-12)-$1.00. Attendance: 31,000 Established: 1990 Membership: Parking: commercial adjacent to site. May to October, Tuesday to Saturday, llam-4pm. Closed: New Years Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day to Thanksgiving Friday, Christmas Eve to Christmas Day, ML King Day, June to August. Facilities: Gallery (5). [gallery ids=",,263496,,263497,,263498,263499,263500,263501,263502,263503,263504,263505,263507,263506"] Activities: Arts Festival; Guided Tours (by appointment); Juried Exhibits; Lectures; Temporary/Traveling Exhibitions (5/year). Publications: newsletter, “News from the Square” (quarterly). The Cornell Museum is located in a converted school, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It features five exhibitions each year of the works of local and regional artists, including “Inspirations”, an all-Florida, multi-media juried art show in March. It also hosts national and international traveling exhibitions. The Morikami Museum and Japanese Garden The museum at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is set in a 200-acre park of pine forests and Japanese-style gardens. The 32,000-square-foot museum itself is devoted exclusively to the living culture of Japan. It features varying exhibitions of Japanese fine and folk art, crafts, and artifacts. A highlight of the museum is the teahouse, where regularly-scheduled demonstrations of the Japanese tea ceremony are conducted.

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