Boca Raton Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
In Mizner Park
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In the News

January 2008

Enter the Bronze Age
New Times
January 29, 2008

Good news for anatomy-lovers: You've spent your fair share of time in the sand, studying thre bikini-clas human body. Now it's time to shun those UV rays and ogle bods in a more socially acceptable way, because 73 brozen sculptures by Edgar Degas have popped up in Boca Raton. More

Museum to honor artist Degas
Boynton Forum
January 16, 2008

The Boca Museum of Art will open its long-awaited exhibit "Degas in Bronze: The Complete Sculptures" Jan 25. More

Not-so-little Italy
January 8, 2008

Discover one of the most acclaimed living Italian artists in "Gods and Heroes: The Painting and Sculpture of Sandro Chia," on display at the Boca Raton Museum of Art through Jan. 13. More

Museum of Art Offers Grants for Field Trips
Sun Sentinel
January 7, 2008

If teenagers have an opinion on everything, what do they think of art? More

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