SENSE OF PLACE Exhibition

Sense of Place is an Exhibition of two artists whose work explores landscape, architecture, & nature and the attachment to these subjects. Through Photography and Painting, the body of work showcases the lines, shapes, colors, and simplicity of places. With these places highlighted, the subject can become important and trigger a sense of nostalgia, or…

Florida Redevelopment Association | Cultural Enhancement Award

Arts Warehouse received the 2018 Roy F. Kenzie for Cultural Enhancement. Thank you for this honor!   “The Florida Redevelopment Association Awards program recognizes the best in redevelopment in Florida. It is open to any member of the association. To recognize the projects and people involved in redevelopment throughout the state, three awards series have…

Delray’s Arts Warehouse | Don’t Call it a Comeback

By Darien Davies   What was once a 15,000 square foot warehouse just on the outskirts of the downtown district has now been transformed into arguably the hippest and most forward-thinking art destination in Delray. The CRA’s Arts Warehouse is located in the Pineapple Grove Arts District and technically opened in late 2017, but have…

Arts Warehouse Embarks on Surreal Southwestern Trip

By John Thomason – July 6, 2018     The Arts Warehouse’s newest exhibition, “Desert Triangle Print Carpeta,” features prints from artists living in three Americans cities—Tucson, El Paso and Albuquerque—all of which I’ve never visited. But if these printmakers’ work is any indication, they are strange places indeed, the kind of scorching, dusty, hallucinogenic…

Arts Warehouse an Edgy Addition to Delray’s Arts Scene

By John Thomason – March 8, 2018   If you haven’t been out to Delray’s most buzzworthy new arts destination, the Arts Warehouse, you’re probably not alone: It’s only been soft-open since mid-December, and it hosted its grand opening on Feb. 23. But the cavernous industrial building-cum-art gallery is already on its third group exhibition, and…