Experience Art in a Whole New Light at the Vero Beach Museum of Art's "Art After Dark"
Photo from Vero Beach Museum of Art
For the third year, the Vero Beach Museum of Art is bringing back what is quite possibly the grooviest visual art experience on the Treasure Coast. "Art After Dark" is an outdoor digital art exhibition using slick technology to project mesmerizing images onto the exterior walls of the museum. Artworks include illustration, experimental film, motion graphics, and large-scale digital video projection with sound.
Multiple projectors are set up around the museum grounds casting unique and mesmerizing displays on different areas of the building. Last year’s exhibition featured works by 16 artists. This year, Brett Phares, lead curator of Art After Dark, worked with the Museum team to arrive at and expand the final selection of 18 international artists whose original works celebrate digital art in its many possibilities.
Each night will feature the same artwork but different works from last year’s event, utilizing the latest technologies projected onto the iconic white walls of the VBMA.
The exhibition is FREE to all visitors and on view during the evenings of December 15th and 16th from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. There will be food trucks onsite as well as a cash bar. Visitors can bring chairs and blankets.
Also, don't miss the museums current exhibition, M.C. Escher: Infinite Variations, which will close out in December. Arguably the most famous printmaker of the modern era, Escher’s images pervade popular culture and fascinate audiences with their imaginative design, consummate draftsmanship, and dreamy visions.
December 15-16, 6-8 pm Vero Beach Museum of Art
3001 Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach, Florida 32963 | (772) 231-0707