Campus on the Lake offers a variety of cultural education programs that explore art, drama, literature, music, and the art of living well. The majority of programs take place in the Fitz Eugene Dixon Education Building. The landmarked building was originally built in the 1920s as Palm Beach’s public school building. The Four Arts acquired the property and renovated it, preserving the facility’s landmarked exterior while modernizing the interior for 21st century learning. With classrooms, an art studio and even an apartment for a visiting artist, the Dixon Education Building serves as Palm Beach’s home for lifelong learning.
Dixon Education Building
240 Cocoanut Row
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Closed until mid-September.
As part of our commitment to lifelong learning, Campus on the Lake invites prominent speakers to present their knowledge and insights on a range of educational subjects throughout the season. As with all Campus programs, reservations must be made in advance and specifics details can be found on the individual event page.
Education and Workshops
Campus on the Lake Workshops foster creativity and lifelong learning through participation in the arts and are open to all experience levels. With on-site art studios and classrooms, we explore a variety of programs and interests ranging from music to computers, painting, cuisine, and more. Please check individual events for further information.
Beyer Artist-in-Residence Program
GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE BEYER
Each year the Four Arts invites a distinguished artist to work and teach on campus while living in residence within the Fitz Eugene Dixon Education Building. The program provides the opportunity for artists to meaningfully interact with our patrons in a relaxed environment, while providing once-in-a-lifetime learning experiences for students.