Exhibits at the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum
Please join us for the upcoming shows that celebrate the diversity and culture of South Florida.
In the 1920s, Delray Beach welcomed the people that would influence its character, design, development and future. Residents came from all walks of life and from areas around the country. Today, descendants of some of these pioneers continue to call Delray Beach home. In the new original exhibit, “The Legacies of Delray Beach Families,” the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum explores the stories of four families – each of whom contributed special talents and gifts to the city. Local artist Michiko Kurisu photographed original images of the Quince, Spells, Mitchell and Edmonds families and curated the families’ artifacts for inclusion in the show. The opening reception is 5:30 p.m., Friday, May 17; the public is invited to attend. Cost: $10 per person; Members are free.
Thanks to exhibit sponsors & program partners: Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, the City of Delray Beach, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Palm Beach County, Palm Beach County Tourism Development Council, Florida Arts & Culture Division of Cultural Affairs, Delray Yacht Cruises and Jay Rowley of Morgan Stanley.