Old School Square
Old School Square, 51 N. Swinton Avenue (at Atlantic Avenue) in downtown Delray Beach (33444). The phone number is 561-243-7922.
The campus includes the Cornell Art Museum, Crest Theatre, The Fieldhouse (formerly known as the Vintage Gymnasium), The Pavilion, and the Creative Arts School (located in the Crest Theatre, second floor studios), offering the following activities:
EVENTS (special events, festivals, outdoor concerts)
THEATER (musicals/plays, dance/variety, Broadway cabaret, music/concerts, comedy, film, lectures/literary, JAMNASIUM)
EXHIBITS (Cornell Museum and Crest Theatre Gallery shows)
LEARNING (art, photography, performance and writing – classes/workshops/open readings)
First Thursday Site Tours at 10 a.m. & 1 p.m. For individuals & small groups; no reservations necessary. Tour begins in Cornell Art Museum
Old School Square’s promise to bring artists and audiences together is reflected in many ways, including accessibility for those who may need mobility or auditory assistance.
March 30, 2016
The Crest Theatre at Old School Square is preparing for an alien invasion this summer! WLRN Radio Theater’s Sci-Fi Summer will give sci-fi lovers, of all ages, thrills and chills, as three of the most popular science fiction stories of all time are brought to life on the Crest Theatre stage. Sci-Fi Summer is presented
March 11, 2016
The Cornell Art Museum is pleased to announce its 3rd Annual Extraordinary 6×6 Art Sale featuring donated artwork from around the country. Participating artists are asked to submit/donate original works of art in compliance with the 6×6 regulations (see details below). The art pieces will be a feature exhibit at the Cornell Art Museum for Delray
February 18, 2016
ALEX BEARD created this painting on site at the Cornell Art Museum on January 14, 2016 for our Wild exhibition (more photos below). The painting, titled “Old School Elephants,” is a 120×40 inch diptych available through a silent auction that will run through Sunday, April 17, 2016. To place a bid, you may visit the Cornell Art