Special Current Exhibits
Sinuous Lines: Art Nouveau from the Collection
Art Nouveau was a French term given to a movement that dominated European decorative arts in the years c. 1890-1910. MOAS has many fine examples of Art Nouveau in graphic art, sculpture, glass, porcelain and brass.
Delicious and Refreshing: Over 100 Years of Coca-Cola Advertising Calendars
The Coca-Cola Company is famous for its advertising which has taken many forms over the company’s long history. In 1891 Coca-Cola began using calendars as promotional material.
A Legacy of Beauty for Volusia County Schools
This collection of 72 semi-abstract and expressionistic paintings reflect nationally known artist, Don Kennedy's, love for color as well as his generous spirit.
The Legacy of Abstraction: Late 20th Century Paintings
Focused primarily on artists with strong Florida ties, this exhibition of large-scale contemporary paintings pays testament to the lasting legacy of mid 20th century American and European Abstraction.
Celebrating our Smithsonian Affiliation
A Place for All People: Introducing the National Museum of African American History and Culture is a commemorative poster exhibition celebrating the opening of the Smithsonian's newest museum.
Fun in the Sun
This exhibition consists of over 30 works from the collection that represent Floridians and tourists enjoying the events, activities, and natural treasures available in Florida. Paintings feature scenes of fishing, beach going, horse racing, annual celebrations, and more.
Views of St. Augustine - 100 Years
St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement within the borders of the United States. This exhibit features 100 years of artwork depicting the ever changing views of St. Augustine.
The Seminole and the Everglades
The Everglades is a region of tropical wetlands that occupies the southern portion of Florida. The Seminole nation emerged out of the groups of Native American's. Artists from the early 19th century on have found the visual characteristics of the people and the land compelling subjects for artwork.
Florida Weather
Florida is known for weather that changes with uncanny speed. Sun, rain, wind, clouds, storms, and fog all play a part in what the artists sees and wants to capture. Experience a myriad of Florida weather in just one day.
Volusia County
The Volusia County gallery contains paintings with the county as the subject. Volusia County has encouraged both well-known and less-known artists to portray the environments and people from the county from the last quarter of the 19th century and on.
Gods and Goddesses: Greek Mythology in the MOAS Collection
This exhibition brings to light the colorful characters and tales of Greek mythology as represented in various types of objects in the MOAS collections and shows that the legacy of one of the world’s oldest cultures is still alive and well.
Sinuous Lines: Art Nouveau from the Collection
Art Nouveau was a French term given to a movement that dominated European decorative arts in the years c. 1890-1910. MOAS has many fine examples of Art Nouveau in graphic art, sculpture, glass, porcelain and brass.
Delicious and Refreshing: Over 100 Years of Coca-Cola Advertising Calendars
The Coca-Cola Company is famous for its advertising which has taken many forms over the company’s long history. In 1891 Coca-Cola began using calendars as promotional material.
A Legacy of Beauty for Volusia County Schools
This collection of 72 semi-abstract and expressionistic paintings reflect nationally known artist, Don Kennedy's, love for color as well as his generous spirit.
The Legacy of Abstraction: Late 20th Century Paintings
Focused primarily on artists with strong Florida ties, this exhibition of large-scale contemporary paintings pays testament to the lasting legacy of mid 20th century American and European Abstraction.
Celebrating our Smithsonian Affiliation
A Place for All People: Introducing the National Museum of African American History and Culture is a commemorative poster exhibition celebrating the opening of the Smithsonian's newest museum.
Fun in the Sun
This exhibition consists of over 30 works from the collection that represent Floridians and tourists enjoying the events, activities, and natural treasures available in Florida. Paintings feature scenes of fishing, beach going, horse racing, annual celebrations, and more.
Views of St. Augustine - 100 Years
St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement within the borders of the United States. This exhibit features 100 years of artwork depicting the ever changing views of St. Augustine.
The Seminole and the Everglades
The Everglades is a region of tropical wetlands that occupies the southern portion of Florida. The Seminole nation emerged out of the groups of Native American's. Artists from the early 19th century on have found the visual characteristics of the people and the land compelling subjects for artwork.
Florida Weather
Florida is known for weather that changes with uncanny speed. Sun, rain, wind, clouds, storms, and fog all play a part in what the artists sees and wants to capture. Experience a myriad of Florida weather in just one day.
Volusia County
The Volusia County gallery contains paintings with the county as the subject. Volusia County has encouraged both well-known and less-known artists to portray the environments and people from the county from the last quarter of the 19th century and on.
Gods and Goddesses: Greek Mythology in the MOAS Collection
This exhibition brings to light the colorful characters and tales of Greek mythology as represented in various types of objects in the MOAS collections and shows that the legacy of one of the world’s oldest cultures is still alive and well.
MOAS Blog
The first Coca-Cola calendar was released in 1891 when the ownership of the company transferred from the original owner and inventor, John Pemberton, to Asa Griggs Candler. Candler was a strong believer in the new advertising techniques associated with mass production and consumer goods in America. He began placing Coca-Cola logos and imagery on anything he thought would capture the consumer’s attention... Read More
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