Members Lecture and Lunch Series 2024


Lecturers for Lecture & Lunch 2024


Mon, Jan 22, 2024, 11am - 1pm
Mon, Feb 26, 2024, 11am - 1pm
Mon, Mar 25, 2024, 11am - 1pm
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  Admission is included with ticket purchase

Lecture Series

  • Lecture - 11:00 am
  • Luncheon - 12:00 pm

This 3-part Lecture & Luncheon series is available as a package for Museum members through January 5th, 2024.

Individual tickets are now available for purchase. 

Member discount will apply in cart when purchased online.

To purchase your tickets, please contact 561.392.2500 ext. 213.

Exploring Biophilic Art: A Conversation with Plant the Future's Co-Founders, Paloma Teppa and Yair Marcoschamer

Monday January 22nd, 2024

This captivating talk invites you to explore the intersection of art, nature, and design in a way that transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary. During this engaging conversation, they will share their inspiring journey, from their early influences to the creation of plant-based art installations that breathe life into urban spaces. Discover the philosophy behind biophilic art, which seeks to foster an emotional connection between humans and nature through art.

Yair Marcoschamer and Paloma Teppa, husband and wife duo, are the co-founders of Plant The Future. Paloma was born in Córdoba, Argentina then received her degree in Industrial design from Universidad Nacional de Cordoba in 1993, and a Fine Arts Certification from the Accademia Albertina Di Belle Arti in Torino, Italy in 2000. Yair Marcoschamer was born in Tel Aviv, Israel and he has a BA in Business Administration from Boston University’s School of Management and a Japanese Studies Certification from Obirin University in Tokyo, Japan. With a deep-rooted passion for sustainability and an unyielding love for the natural world, Paloma and Yair have pioneered a movement that seamlessly blends art and biophilia.

Claude Monet, the key figure in the Impressionist movement with Dr. Armando Droulers

Monday, February 26th, 2024

For this lecture, Dr. Armando will be talking about Claude Monet. The Quintessential Impressionist Claude Monet was a key figure in the Impressionist movement that transformed French painting in the second half of the nineteenth century. He was the most consistent and prolific practitioner of expressing one’s perceptions before nature, especially as applied to "plein air" painting. The term Impressionism is derived from the title of one of his works.

Armando Droulers is an art historian, educator and lecturer. He studied at Bard College, Academia de Arte Federico Brandt, New World School of the Arts and the University of Florida. He lectures extensively on art and culture at universities, museums, cultural centers, corporate events and cruise ships. He also organizes international art and culture tours and art and wine events. He has lived in Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and the United States, and speaks fluent English, French and Spanish.

Magic Mind: The Philosophy and Practice of Deception with Dr. Taylor Hagood

Monday, March 25th, 2024

“A magician is an actor playing the role of a magician”, that’s one of the most succinct and provocative descriptions of performing magicians ever written. In this lecture, Professor Hagood explores the philosophy and practice of deception throughout history and in day-to-day experiences. This journey will highlight great magicians like Houdini, Harry Blackstone, Dell O’Dell, and Randi, whose life and work have inspired the Smoke and Mirrors exhibition at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. During the lecture, Professor Hagood will elaborate how magicians order the mind to see the unseen and to navigate misdirection.

Taylor Hagood is a Professor of American Literature at Florida Atlantic University. He has published a trio of books on the writer William Faulkner, and won the C. Hugh Holman Award for Best Book in Southern Studies. Before he became a literary critic and professor, Hagood was performing magic with his parents in the mid-South. This experience has inspired his book, Secrecy, Magic, and the One-Act Plays of Harlem Renaissance Women Playwrights.

Wolgin Auditorium
501 Plaza Real
Boca Raton, Florida 33432