The Society of the Four Arts Visitors Guide
The Society of the Four Arts is one of the oldest and most distinguished attractions in Palm Beach. Established in 1936, the nonprofit cultural organization aims to engage people with excellent artistic programs. The property is home to a number of facilities, including the Esther B. O’Keeffe Gallery Building, the Dixon Education Building, and the Philip Hulitar Sculpture Garden.
The Esther B. O’Keeffe Gallery Building hosts a gallery that boasts a diverse set of traveling exhibitions designed by acclaimed architect Addison Mizner, as well as a 700-seat Gubelmann Auditorium which is home to live broadcasts of Metropolitan Opera performances. The Dixon Education Building, the newest addition to the Society of the Four Arts, is a hub of South Florida’s lifelong learning community. The building features an art studio and an apartment for visiting artists.
The Philip Hulitar Sculpture Garden has become a popular visitor attraction in South Florida. In an outdoor museum-like setting, the garden displays carefully curated sculptures.Read more
Frequently Asked Questions
A person who is currently a member can pick up an application for you. Additionally, your application must be sponsored by two members.
The building and gardens are wheelchair accessible. Guests with disabilities can also use mobility devices such as manual and electric wheelchairs, and mobility scooters.
Pets are not allowed. However, trained service animals for individuals with disabilities are permitted in public areas.
No. The Four Arts is not a wedding or reception venue.