Jan Sjostrom, Shiny Sheet

Jan Sjostrom

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Palm Beach, FL, United States

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Past articles by Jan:

Former casino mogul Steve Wynn opening private gallery to the public for limited hours

Former casino mogul and top collector Steve Wynn is opening his private Palm Beach gallery for limited public hours starting on Dec. 5. → Read More

Miami City Ballet blazes new trails in dance with work created for the digital stage

Claudia Schreier's four-minute Places was spurred by the pandemic shutdowns but takes ballet in new directions by choreographing for the camera. → Read More

Palm Beach Opera's outdoor festival will be loaded with star singers

Palm Beach Opera scrapped its season at the Kravis Center's shuttered main hall and created a socially distanced festival that's attracted big-name singers. → Read More

Kwame Alexander and James Patterson featured in online talk about new Muhammad Ali novel

Palm Beach novelist James Patterson and children's book author Kwame Alexander featured in online talk about their new book for middle school readers. → Read More

Kravis Center tickets go on sale to the public

Members and donors have had a crack at buying tickets already. Now tickets for most shows are going on sale to the public. → Read More

Book by James Patterson, Kwame Alexander explores Muhammad Ali's formative years

Novelist James Patterson and children's book writer Kwame Alexander team up to tell story of boxer's youth in "Becoming Muhammad Ali." → Read More

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens' outdoor season could be a respite from the pandemic

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens planned to move its season outdoors anyway because it's restoring its house and studio. Here's what it has planned. → Read More

Cultural groups innovate their way through a COVID-19 plagued season

Palm Beach County cultural groups' seasons are still in flux but they're coming up with creative ways to deliver programs. → Read More

Picks of the season highlight the best of cultural groups' plans to date

Palm Beach County groups' plans are still in flux but they've unveiled some innovative options in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Online exhibition explores feelings behind the protests sparked by George Floyd's death

Online How Do We Move Forward? pairs black Palm Beach County spoken word and visual artists to explore emotions sparked by George Floyd's death → Read More

Norton Museum store goes online; in-museum store will reopen later this month

The Norton Museum in West Palm Beach took advantage of down time during the pandemic to launch online store. In-museum store will reopen Oct. 26. → Read More

Palm Beach Dramaworks unveils series focusing on diverse voices in American theater

The pandemic has allowed the theater to diversify its programming with readings of multiple plays and discussions of playwrights' works. → Read More

County-funded grants program will aid cultural groups hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic

Palm Beach County commissioners have approved $1,025,000 in CARES act money for grants to help cultural groups rebound from the pandemic → Read More

Arnold Breman, the Kravis Center's first artistic and executive director, has died

Arnold Breman, who led the Kravis Center from 1989 to 1992, was known as a flamboyant and energetic impresario. He died at age 74 in Columbia, S.C. → Read More

Dark secrets, sisterhood and surrogate motherhood intertwine in new Palm Beach novel

Susannah Marren's latest book delves into the bonds of sisterhood and surrogate motherhood against the backdrop of high-society Palm Beach. → Read More

'Wicked,' 'Dear Evan Hansen' exit the Kravis Center's Broadway series

Wicked and Dear Evan Hansen drop off the Kravis' Broadway series. Nearly half the series' shows have canceled since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Four Arts unveils busy season of in-person events — with COVID-19 precautions in place

The Society of the Four Arts in Palm Beach is blessed with a well-heeled membership and flexible campus, which smoothed the way to packed season. → Read More

Sotheby's, Acquavella Galleries and Pace Gallery will open in Royal Poinciana Plaza

COVID-19 pandemic drives Sotheby's, Acquavella Galleries and Pace Gallery to find new ways to connect with collectors, who are staying put at home. → Read More

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens reopens grounds this week

The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens in West Palm Beach closed early this year because of COVID-19, but it's reopening its grounds on Thursday. → Read More

Palm Beach doctor has written handbook on COVID-19

Palm Beach cardiologist and medical missionary Dr. Chauncey Crandall has written a how-to manual for beating the COVID-19 virus. → Read More