The Norton Museum of Art

A campus that has been smartly and elegantly reconfigured with a nod to the past.

The Norton Museum of Art is a longtime favorite of museum visitors in West Palm Beach. The newly transformed Museum features a diverse collection of art, special exhibitions, engaging talks, tours, concerts, and programs for adults and children.

The Norton has eight new exhibitions, 12,000 square feet of gallery space, new classrooms, a restaurant that overlooks a new sculpture garden that used to be a parking lot, and a 210-seat auditorium.


In response to the current COVID-19 situation and following guidance from local, state, and federal officials regarding measures to protect public health, the Norton Museum of Art closed to the public at 10 p.m. tonight (March 13) after its Art After Dark program and will remain closed through March 31. In the interest of ensuring the well-being of our staff, volunteers, and visitors, we will continue to evaluate the situation as it evolves. All activities during this period, including offsite outreach and docent programs, will be canceled or rescheduled. Please consult norton.org, for updates.

Plan your visit at a later time. The Norton Museum of Art is located at:
1450 S Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, 33401
For information, please call (561) 832-5196 or visit www.norton.org

Norton Museum Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm
Wednesday: Closed
Friday: 10 am – 10 pm
Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm

Admission:
General: $18, Seniors (60+): $15, Students with valid school ID: $5, Children 12 and under: free

Museum admission is free to the public on Fridays and Saturdays!


Current & Upcoming Events

Robert Rauschenberg: Five Decades from the Whitney’s Collection
Now – June 28, 2020

Presenting a concise survey of the radical work of Robert Rauschenberg, this exhibition traces the arc of the artist’s career, from the 1950s to the 1990s, through his pioneering use of media and imagery from popular culture. The exhibition is organized around the transformative acquisitions the Whitney has made.

Robert Rauschenberg: Five Decades from the Whitney’s Collection
Primary Mobiloid Glut, 1988, from the series (Robert Rauschenberg)

Rudin Prize for Emerging Photographers
Now – June 21, 2020

The Rudin Prize was inaugurated in 2012 through the collaboration of collector and Norton supporter Beth Rudin DeWoody and the Norton’s William and Sarah Ross Soter Curator of Photography. Every other year, a panel of internationally renowned artists nominate emerging photographers whose work is on the leading edge of contemporary photo-based art.

More information about this exhibit here: https://www.norton.org

 


George Cohen: Artist of the Chicago Avant-Garde
Now – September 6, 2020

This exhibition celebrates collector Ellen Stern’s recent gift of five works by 20th-century artist George Cohen. The five pieces in this show demonstrate his concern with issues such as the tension between two and three-dimensional space and the use of unconventional materials, interests that ally him with contemporaries throughout the country.

Loggia, 1962
Loggia, 1962 (George Cohen (American, 1919-1999)

Must do!

Art After Dark
This free weekly program offers an eclectic array of programs that changes every week! View an exhibition, attend a talk, participate in an art activity, enjoy a performance, concert, or film, sip, and dine or sip cocktails in the Museum’s elegant new bar and restaurant.

Check what’s in the schedule for this week here.

Eat & shop

The Restaurant at the Norton overlooks the Pamela and Robert B. Goergen Garden. It is a sleek 165-seat fine-dining eatery that has outdoor terrace seating, private dining rooms in the back and a bar with seating. A neutral palette of grey, white and aluminum keeps the vibe serene. Across the way is a multipurpose dining/event room with a mural made of floral designs and 15,000 sheets of real gold-leaf. The menu is moderately priced ($12 to $28) from chef David Schiraldo, with seafood plates – ahi tuna tartare and red snapper crudo, and sandwiches, burgers, salmon, chicken paillard and more healthy fare.

Brunch and lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Dinner is served on Friday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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The Store at the Norton features colorful and creative gifts for any occasion that simply can’t be found anywhere else. Aside from the expected beautiful exhibition and collection catalogs, postcards, and posters, The Store offers a wide range of one-of-a-kind, handmade jewelry pieces, and artful and inspiring gift ideas.

The store is open during museum hours.

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