Upcoming Exhibits


The Ansin Family Art Gallery at MCC presents art exhibits throughout the year that provide inspiration for both children and adults. Our exhibits are often regarded as a teaching tool that stimulates and educates, providing visitors of all ages the experience to empathize and improve their visual analysis skills. You are encouraged to share in a gallery experience this season. Admission is free. Mondays to Thursdays – 9:30 am – 4:30 pm.

Black History Exhibit: ‘Who Are The Heroes in Our Story: Redlining’

Artist and architect Brandon Clarke explores Black artistic expression within the context of the past (and sometime current) discriminatory practice of redlining within communities of color. 

Curated by Hampton Art Lovers.

January 10 – February 29, 2024.

 Black History Heroes Redlining Exhibit Image 

Womens History Exhibit: ‘Women Artists Weaving the Tales of Life’

This exhibit focuses exclusively on the work of women artists and their responses to perceived requirements of domesticity, the many waves of feminism and their own lived experiences as women.  

Curated by Cultural Council for Palm Beach County. Exhibition opens on Saturday, March 9 from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm.

March 9 - 29, 2024.Womens History Ritual_Quimetta Perle

Earth Month Exhibit: ‘Visualizing Climate Disruption’

The artwork in this exhibit explores the effects of climate disruption and engages audiences in topics such as endangered species, shrinking habitats, pollution and coastal resiliency.  

Curated by Cultural Council for Palm Beach County.

April 11 - May 19, 2024.The Environment   A_Dead Trees Grow No New Leaves II_CW_Oil on Canvas_30x30 

Caribbean Heritage Exhibit: ‘Timeless Passion’

Artist Andy Ballentine's exhibit showcases a collection that intertwines emotions, colors and stories into an immersive experience where love fuels his passion to beauty.

Jun 3 - Aug 7, '24

Caribbean Heritage Timeless Passion Image