Theaters prepare venues for a season packed full of plays and performances
VBMA exhibit invites viewers to explore space through their own perspectives
Photographer started his career in Fort Pierce and perfected it around the world
Community support has helped the museum survive difficult times including the pandemic
With pride and gratitude for 18 years of service, the Board of Directors of the A.E. Backus Museum announces the retirement of Executive Director Kathleen Piowaty Fredrick at the end of September, followed by the appointment of J. Marshall Adams as the new Executive Director.
No musical group embodied the spirit of 1960s activism more than Peter, Paul and Mary. Together, they performed over a half-century, compiling a song book that includes Lemon Tree, 500 Miles, Where Have All the Flowers Gone?, Blowin’ in the Wind, Puff the Magic Dragon, Leaving on a Jet Plane, I Dig Rock and Roll Music and Day Is Done. Though Mary Travers died in 2009, Peter Yarrow and Paul Stookey [known as Noel Paul] continue to perform, both as soloists and as a duo. Yarrow makes a solo appearance at the Emerson Center in Vero Beach on Jan. 13.
VBMA celebrates 30 years of community involvement, growth
Taylor Loughlin’s work celebrates the beauty of human interaction with water
A bigger, better Backus Museum expansion honors longtime volunteer, Highwaymen
Vero Beach Museum of Art launches NASA art exhibition