• bretzlaf

CityPlace’s GARALA Art Gallery Introduces Interactive Artist-In-Residency Program

by Holly Gambrell Mar 02, 2018 10:51 AM

CityPlace’s GARALA Art Gallery Introduces Interactive Artist-In-Residency Program

CityPlace is offering guests an innovative way to experience and understand art in West Palm Beach. Its newest tenant, GARALA is a pop-up exhibition with an interactive artist-in-residency program. 

The exhibition is part of an ongoing arts and culture initiative at CityPlace and features three unique artists with different areas of expertise like clay pottery, mix-medium and portraiture. 

Guests will be able to watch the artwork come to life from conception to creation as new pieces will be made while surrounded by a curated collection of finished works. 

The exhibition’s name, GARALA, is an acronym representing the first two letters of the features artists’ names: Gabriele Kraus, Ray Gross and Laurent Dareau. All of the artists are Florida-based.

The artists will curate a collection of finished pieces that will include paintings, sculptures, silkscreen, forged metal and photography. The work will rotate throughout GARALA every few weeks. The exhibition is slated to run through the summer. 

GARALA will also feature special events, lectures, classes and programs. To learn more, visit cityplace.com/west-palm-beach-shopping/garala-art/.

700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; 561.366.1000; cityplace.com/west-palm-beach-shopping/garala-art/

Photo via Facebook/Garala

Want to keep up to date with all the best events happening throughout The Palm Beaches? Sign up for our Society Sightings newsletter, which delivers a list of 30+ events in your inbox once a month. Interested in a print subscription? Click here.

Related articles: 

Sample CityPlace’s favorites at its annual event on Oct. 23

Chefs Lindsay Autry And Thierry Beaud Bringing The Regional Kitchen & Public House To CityPlace In 2016

City Tap House Finds Its Perfect Fit In CityPlace, Will Highlight American Cuisine And Craft Beer

The Shack By Field Of Greens Opens In West Palm Beach’s CityPlace