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Boca Raton Historical Society's 24th Annual Walk of Recognition

Boca Raton Historical Society's 24th Annual Walk of Recognition

Visual Arts

Published 10/23/20

These individuals, and this organization, have truly served in the interest of the community and have enriched the lives of the citizens of Boca Raton. This year's ceremony will adhere to CDC guidelines, and will include face masks and social distancing, due to COVID-19. Additionally, this year's videotaped ceremony will be accessible on the BRHS&M website. Instituted in 1997, the Walk of Recognition award ceremony will highlight each inductee’s name--which will be inscribed on a granite plaque on the "Walk" or on the Wall of Honor (for those who are deceased)--which will be set into a commemorative monument, featuring the mission of the program, beneath the Mizner statue in Royal Palm Place in Boca Raton. The plaques are underwritten by Marta Batmasian, as part of her commitment to her community.BRHS&M Executive Director Mary Csar states, "The Walk of Recognition is my favorite event becaause we have the opportunity to honor the outstanding individuals and …

 “Hope Dies Last” | New Works of the Russian Ballet

“Hope Dies Last” | New Works of the Russian Ballet

Visual Arts

Published 11/21/18

The solo exhibition will feature Berlin’s highly anticipated new body of new work, HOPE DIES LAST. The Aqua Art Miami exhibition showcases the worldwide premier of Berlin’s new monumental bronze sculptures “Dying Swan” and “F*** You Ballerina.” "I am so happy that Kevin is bringing his ballerina sculptures to the AQUA Art Miami fair” said Grela Orihuela, the director of the AQUA Art Miami fair. "The moment I saw the images of him at work on these bronzes in his studio, I knew I wanted the works to be prominently featured at the main entrance of the fair because they are so compelling and provocative. This is the first time they are exhibited and I know our guests will engage with the work, both with the beauty of the sculptures and with the bold ideas they express”.Berlin’s paintings focus on the interior and secret lives of ballet dancers – depicting their hidden thoughts in sensual black and white paintings, sculpture, and works on paper. HOPE DIES LAST …

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