For all information on events, exhibitions & more, visit the Cornell Art Museum web page!
The Cornell Art Museum is closed TEMPORARILY as we install the next three exhibitions. The museum will reopen on Friday, July 21st.
The Cornell Art Museum is a contemporary art museum located on the historic campus of Old School Square in Delray Beach, Florida. The museum is dedicated to showing original, contemporary art by innovative artists. Cornell Art Museum seeks to bring the community together in appreciation of interesting, thought-provoking art and art education while inspiring creativity and art appreciation.
Originally the Delray Elementary School building from 1913, the historic Cornell building on the Old School Square campus was purchased by the City of Delray Beach from the Palm Beach County School District in 1987. The building was then converted to an art and culture museum in 1990 through donations from George and Harriet Cornell. The Cornell Art Museum was later renovated in 2017 through the support of Margaret L. Blume.
The Cornell Art Museum and the entire campus of Old School Square is owned by the City of Delray Beach and operated and managed by the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority.
The museum is FREE admission; however, donations are sincerely appreciated.
GROUP OR PRIVATE TOURS:
For group and private tours with a docent, please call the museum at 561-654-2220 or email Marusca Gatto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BE A MUSEUM DOCENT OR VOLUNTEER:
Cornell Art Museum offers a Museum Docent program with training!
Contact Marusca Gatto: email@example.com