Listing sponsored by
Scientific Breakthrough. No Shots
Science response to skin aging.
To preserve the painting, lithography, sculpture, and porcelain art of artist Edna Hibel, and to bring to the public educational programs and exhibits of Hibel art, American art, and art from around the world.
Edna Hibel's paintings, stone lithography, serigraphy, multimedia, porcelain art, and sculpture; Japanese Hina Dolls; English glass paperweights; Asian, Italian, and English furniture; and a library of art books.
February 8 through March 14 - The La Ronda Collection: Contemporary and Modern Art Exhibit featuring 72 works by American and European artists including Calder, Vistossi, Picasso, Merz, Guinovart, Olitski, etc.
March 21 through April 25 - Victorian Children's Playthings: featuring a
collection of antique German and French dolls, Victorian dollhouses, creche
figures, marionettes, etc. The exhibition alsos feature dolls
porcelain and wood dolls by Edna Hibel.
April 5 - "What's It Worth": Antiques and Collectibles Appraisal Day to benefit the museum, featuring Tim Luke, ISA, TreasureQuest Appraisals, Inc. Mr. Luke is a featured guest on "The Antiques Roadshow" and Barbara Walters' "The View". Bring your treasures for Mr. Luke and his colleagues to value. $15. per item (3 item limit).
I-95 to Exit 83 (Donald Ross Road). Go to the second traffic light (Central Boulevard), make a left at Central and go to the first round-about. Proceed around the roundabout to Main Street. Go to the stop sign (University Drive). The museum will be on the left on the corner of Main and University (on FAU campus). There is a free parking garage opposite to the museum and free on the street parking.
Theodore Plotkin, Chairman
A. Frederick Martz, Director
Mary Johnson, Director-Emeritus
Janet Tanis, Director of Youth Education
Mary Margaret Buss, Dramatic Arts Curator