West Palm Beach is the kind of City that you can live in for 10 years, and still are able to discover something new every day. On Sunday, I discovered N. Railway Ave and the wonderful Danieli Art World which will be hosting the 1st Annual Spring Art Festival through the Memorial Day weekend.
I had to text my friend, Artist/Gallery Owner, and Curator of this event, Rolando Chang Barrero, to find out exactly where N. Railway Ave was. Turns out it’s less than a mile away from Clematis Street and easy to get to either by car of bike/foot.
Once you arrive, you’re in for quite the visual experience. Amazing art by international artists covers the exterior of the gallery. Iconic sculptural installations by Iena Cruz, Giants in The City, Beju, and Anouck Jourdaa.
Danieli, is know as one of the leading private art collectors in the world and a highly acclaimed opera tenor has invited curator, Rolando Chang Barrero to assist in the curation and enlisted art consultant Paul Fisher to join the visionary project a which thousands of guests are expected to enjoy.
Live auction by A.B. Levy’s of Worth Avenue in Palm Beach will be held on site during the festival, as well as a exquisite live entertainment and special performances. Have no doubt that Danieli is going the distance to assure that all is top notch by bringing Islander Grill of Singer Island to provide the delicacies and spirits to his guests.
Danieli Art World is not exaggerating when it calls itself “Art World”. This will be the first time it is open to the public.
Danieli Art World, located at 925 North Railroad Avenue is sponsoring the largest European styled fine arts festival featuring 50 European and American artists who will be creating unique site specific works on shipping containers that are 20 and 40 feet long. The large containers will serve each of artists as their own gallery/atelier where guests will be welcomed to collect works from them while getting closer look at into the magnificent world of these world class creatives.
Among the invited artist selected for their incomparable works are Laurent Dareau, Kenneth Walker, Dana Donaty, Amber Dawn Tutwiler, Anthony Burks Sr., Alejandro Mendoza, Roland Rucco, Adophe H2O LaTorre, Sami Makela, Ray Fernandez, Petrina Easton, Ray Gross, Kim Prisu, Ismael Munaray, Christine Ellinghausen, Sean Murdock, Zack Knudson, Nadia Utto, John Rachell, T.D. Gillispie, Anouck Jourdaa, and William Halliday and others.
Watch the teaser trailer here:
On Monday the Town of Palm Beach Mayor, Gail Coniglio, West Palm Beach City Commissioner Shanon Materio and Palm Beach County Commissioner, Mack Bernard will host a Public discussion about our traffic at the Palm Beach County Convention Center
Learn more at: pbctraffic.com
Today the panelists who will be speaking was announced.
- County Engineer, Palm Beach County, George T. Webb, P.E.
- Florida Department of Transportation District 4 Operations Engineer, Mark Plass
- Executive Director, Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council, Michael Busha
- Director of Public Affairs, Brightline, Ali Soule
- CEO, Discover the Palm Beaches, Jorge Pesquera
- Former West Palm Beach Mayor, Nancy Graham\
- Executive Director, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Nick Uhren
- Executive Director, Palm Tran, Clinton Forbes
- Town of Palm Beach Manager, Tom Bradford
- Palm Beach County Administrator, Verdenia Baker
- Ass. Professor, Director, Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions, FAU, John Renne, Ph.D.
- Design Director, Plusurbia, Juan Mullerat
From the website
Palm Beach County in general has seen significant increases in the number of year round and seasonal residents. West Palm Beach has experienced a spike in tourism and renewed international interest. The purpose of this forum and public discussion is to identify the many factors contributing to the problem, hear from the public impacted by the growing congestion, and to present the latest, most innovative solutions designed to move motorized traffic and pedestrians more efficiently. Topics and presenters will be informative and interactive, all towards the goal of creating viable solutions and to set the course of where we go from here.
This forum is only the first step; Point A. Our mission is to bring some of the infrastructure issues to light, provide intelligent solutions, and inform the public.