The North Wing

Discover the North Wing
The North Wing of the Museum of Arts & Sciences is one of the original wings of the Museum. The North Wing features permanent collections and exhibits such as the Kenneth Worchester Dow and Mary Mohan Dow Gallery of American Art, the Helena and William Schulte Gallery of Chinese Art,  the Helene B. Roberson Visible Storage Building, and the Anderson C. Bouchelle Study Center and Gallery for International Decorative Arts. The North Wing also contains several spaces for rotating and traveling exhibitions. 

Currently on Display

Anderson C. Bouchelle Changing Gallery
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.  Partly in reaction to the rise of machine-made objects, this elegant style embraced natural, curvilinear lines in subject matter and form as it overtook architecture, graphic art, interior design, and most of the decorative arts including jewelry, furniture, textiles, household silver and other utensils, and lighting, as well as the fine arts.  MOAS has many fine examples of Art Nouveau in graphic art, sculpture, glass, porcelain, and brass and these will be showcased in an exhibition outside the Bouchelle Gallery for International Decorative Arts.

Edward E. and Jane B. Ford Gallery
Treasures from the MOAS Natural History Collection

The MOAS Natural History Collection is a physical record of life forms on Earth and many cannot be easily collected again. Explore and discover the breadth and scope of the Museum’s natural history collection. The Museum’s collection spans a vast array of specimens from fossils, minerals, and sea life to a world-class mollusk collection. Discover how these animals adapted over time and became evolutionary success stories. Explore the beautiful biodiversity of the Museum’s collection.







North Wing Corridor
Florida Postcards and Brochures: Sunshine State Tourism in the Early to Mide-20th Century

Florida history is often told through the stories of mighty men finding land they believed was unclaimed but another history of the state can be told through the postcards and attraction brochures of the first half of the 20th century. Not only can the history be told, it can be recreated by today’s tourists and Florida residents alike by visiting the original attractions of the early 20th century that continue to be operated to this day.


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