Boca Raton’s Collector’s Reception
Tonight, March 17, 5pm – 7pm

Art Boca Raton returns to the Research Park at FAU for its Second Edition.  This dynamic contemporary art fair from the organizers of Art Palm Beach offers collectors a new approach to collecting fine art. Galleries from around the world are exhibiting contemporary and emerging artwork until Sunday, March 19.

Join us at the Collector’s Reception for a glass of champagne tonight, March 17, from 5pm to 7pm.

Cheryl Maeder, Submerge, Judith II, 2017, archival photograph mounted between Plexiglas, 30 x 45 in,
Galerie Vivendi, Paris

Friday, March 17 | 6 PM – 8 PM
Boca Raton Musem of Art

For Art Boca Raton the Boca Raton Museum of Art extends its hours each evening with special performances, lectures, and an opportunity to mingle with a glass of wine and refreshments with visiting artists, collectors, curators, and museum members. Each night will feature an artist represented at Art Boca Raton.

TONIGHT: Glasstress

Listen to the music of Glasstress while exploring the exhibition Glasstress Boca Raton. Created with audio samples recorded in the Berengo Studio in Murano where the artworks in the exhibition were produced, this sound project activates the physicality of materials with melody, rhythm, and harmony. 

Art Boca Raton VIP Card Holders receive complimentary admission. Art Boca Raton One-Day & Multi-Day Pass Holders: $10 General Admission: $12

Jim Dine, Radiant Landscape, 2015, woodblock, copperplate etching, Adamar Fine Arts, Miami


Art Mazel: A Discussion with Robert Zuckerman
Sunday, March 19 | 3 PM – 4 PM

Robert Zuckerman, Founder of the ART MAZEL fair, the art festival that features and highlights Jewish themed art, whose inaugural edition will be held in May 2017. Robert’s talk will feature Holocaust survivors, illuminated and honoring their artistic talents and their life experiences. Presented in Art Boca Raton lecture space.


Thursday, March 16 – Sunday, March 19
11AM – 7PM
(6PM on Sunday)


3450 NW 8th Avenue
Boca Raton, FL 33431
On the grounds of Florida Atlantic University


Valet and free self parking are available.