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Ocala, Florida
Art, University
The Appleton Museum of Art specializes in 19th century painting, sculpture and decorative arts with collections spanning pre-Columbian, African and Asian artworks as well as Mediterranean antiquities.
Tallahassee, Florida
Children's, Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized, University
The Meek-Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum is a specialty museum and archives which houses regalia and printed material relevant to the history of Africans and African Americans. Of particular interest are the collection, preservation, and dissemination of information significant to African Americans and their experiences and contributions in Florida and throughout the Southeastern United States.
Winter Park, Florida
Art, Culture, University
Set on the Rollins College campus overlooking beautiful Lake Virginia, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum offers an intimate and unique experience in Winter Park. Among the more than 5,000 works ranging from antiquity to contemporary, we hold the only European Old Masters collection in the Orlando area, a sizable American art collection, and the forward-looking Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, shown both at the museum and at The Alfond Inn a few blocks from campus.
Tallahassee, Florida
Art, Culture, University
The Foster Tanner Fine Arts Gallery has a long and distinguished history of service to areas of visual arts and art education as well as the entire Florida A&M University community and the citizens of the State of Florida. Its purpose as an exhibition space is to serve as a rich collaborative resource for on-going classroom research, reports, events and dialogue for university-wide classes, organizations, and other cultural activities and departmental activities across the campus.
Sarasota, Florida
Art, Culture, Library, University
The Galleries located on the campus of Ringling College of Art and Design—which include the William G. & Marie Selby Gallery, Richard & Barbara Basch Gallery, Willis A. Smith Construction, Inc. Galleries, Patricia Thompson Gallery, Arland & Sally Christ-Janer Gallery and Crossley Gallery—provide community programming in the form of lectures, forums, panel discussions, and performing arts events.
Gainesville, Florida
Art, Culture, University
The Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida opened in 1990. The Mary Ann Harn Cofrin Pavilion opened in October 2005 and includes exhibition space, a café and classrooms. An expansive addition dedicated to the conservation, display and interpretation of Asian art opened in March 2012.
Sarasota, Florida
Art, History, Historic House, Library, University
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is the remarkable legacy of circus entrepreneur and collector of art John Ringling and his wife, Mable.
Coral Gables, Florida
Art, University
Opened in 1952, the Lowe Art Museum is Miami-Dade’s oldest art museum. With nearly 19,0000 objects, it the region’s most comprehensive collection of western and non-western art from ancient to contemporary: Italian Renaissance & Baroque; Greco-Roman antiquities; 17th-21st century art of the Americas and Europe; art of Africa, Asia, Native and Ancient America, and Art of the Pacific. The Myrna and Sheldon Palley Pavilion for Contemporary Glass and Studio Arts opened in May, 2008.
Melbourne, Florida
Art, University
The Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts preserves and displays an international collection of textiles through rotating public exhibitions and educational programs. Highlighting the collection are traditional handmade textiles, embroidery, garments and related accessories from Africa, Japan, India and Central Asia; European and North American embroidery and samplers from the 16th through the 20th centuries; and contemporary wearable art and fiber arts.
Fort Pierce, Florida
Aquarium, Children's, General, Library, Nature Centers, Science, University
Here on the east coast of Florida, we are fortunate to live along the shores of the most diverse estuary in the United States - the Indian River Lagoon (IRL). The lagoon stretches 156 miles from Ponce De Leon Inlet on the north to Jupiter on the south, and harbors over 3,000 species of organisms. Even though the IRL is an everyday sight for many of us, few have ever experienced the unsurpassed biological diversity that lies below these waters.
Deland, Florida
Art, Culture, University
The 5,000-square-foot art center includes two galleries one to exhibit rotating selections from the Vera Bluemner Kouba Collection and the second to display other works from the university's permanent art collection or for special shows. The $2.2 million building also has a foyer gallery/reception area, a vault, a preparation area and an art study/seminar room.
Gainesville, Florida
Art, University
THE UNIVERSITY GALLERIES are an essential component of the research and service missions of the University of Florida. Exhibitions enhance and challenge the bodies of knowledge in various studio disciplines.
Miami Beach, Florida
Art, Culture, History, Library, University

The mission of The Wolfsonian as a museum and research center is reflected in its multidisciplinary approach to looking at objects as both agents and expressions of change. It does so through exhibitions, publications, educational programs, and individual scholarship. While these objects can best be understood in the context in which they were created, they illuminate as much about our times as they reveal about their own.

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