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…

The Arts Warehouse, Empty Bowls & Public Service

We attended the long awaited soft opening of the new Arts Warehouse Friday night. It was worth the wait. Kudos to the CRA for having the vision—and the fortitude—to stick with this project near Third Avenue and Third Street in the burgeoning Artist’s Alley area of Pineapple Grove. Read the full article here.

5 Questions With Arts Warehouse Manager Jill Brown

Tell us a little bit about yourself, your background and what brought you to Delray Beach. I was born, raised and educated in Ohio. I have a BFA in Art History, K-12 Fine Art teaching credentials and a M.Ed. in Arts Education. Growing up I was surrounded by incredibly creative, innovative, entrepreneurial spirited individuals ranging…