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Museum of Fine Arts

The mission of the Museum of Fine Arts is twofold: to enrich the university and the community by exhibiting works of art which expand the understanding of art today and of the past, and to serve as a teaching instrument for art instruction, particularly by holding exhibitions of informational value to students and the general public.  The scope of MoFA projects ranges from the vigorous work of regional artists and students to national-impact, scholarly presentations.  The Museum is a vital and colorful place where scholarship and creativity abound in the season calendar; there is never a dull moment, programs are a spectrum of media and points of view, and the museum is a cheerful and welcoming place to visit.

530 West Call St, 250 Fine Arts Building

Phone

850-644-1299

Upcoming Events

Companion exhibition of movie posters to the film series: “I Saw it in the Movies”

Sponsored by the Holocaust Education Resource Council & The Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion Museum.

2/21 9am
Honest Visions: Artists and Autism Exhibition

"Honest Visions" features exceptional two and three-dimensional works by artists with autism. Each artist encounters his or her neurological differences with...

2/21 9am
Land Art - Broken Ground, New Beginnings

Curator Jeff Beekman states that Land Art, one of the seminal movements beginning in the late-1960s was largely born out of a frustration with the growing...

2/21 9am
Companion exhibition of movie posters to the film series: “I Saw it in the Movies”

Sponsored by the Holocaust Education Resource Council & The Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion Museum.

2/22 9am

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Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Fine Arts posted a photo 9/30/2016

Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Fine Arts posted a photo 9/30/2016