Special Current Exhibits
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.
"The Latest News from Florida": Wood Engravings from 19th Century Periodicals
Wood engravings from 19th century illustrated magazines and journals documenting events in the remote land of Florida.
Gone Fishin'
This exhibition emphasizes Florida's reputation for being one of the greatest sport fishing areas in the world. From locals with simple cane poles to celebrities on yachts decked out for challenging sailfish and tarpon.
Painting with Paper: The Art of Akiko Sugiyama
Works created by folding, rolling, twisting, cutting, painting, texturizing, sewing, wrapping, and spinning a range of papers.
Around the Bend: Plein Air Paintings fromthe Collection of Kevin Miller and Hal Stringer
An exhibit bringing together some of the best Florida painters working in the tradition of Plein Air painting today.
POP ART/OP ART from the MOAS Collection
An exhibition highlighting the Pop Art and Op Art movements so popular in the U.S. and around the world in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s.
Fragile Beauty: Masterworks of Porcelain and Glass from the Collection
Highlighting centuries of fine workmanship in porcelain and glass, this exhibition brings together some of the most beautiful pieces in these media to be found in the MOAS collection.
Arts and Culture of Micronesia
An exhibit showcasing many cultural and artistic relics from Micronesia.
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.
"The Latest News from Florida": Wood Engravings from 19th Century Periodicals
Wood engravings from 19th century illustrated magazines and journals documenting events in the remote land of Florida.
Gone Fishin'
This exhibition emphasizes Florida's reputation for being one of the greatest sport fishing areas in the world. From locals with simple cane poles to celebrities on yachts decked out for challenging sailfish and tarpon.
Painting with Paper: The Art of Akiko Sugiyama
Works created by folding, rolling, twisting, cutting, painting, texturizing, sewing, wrapping, and spinning a range of papers.
Around the Bend: Plein Air Paintings fromthe Collection of Kevin Miller and Hal Stringer
An exhibit bringing together some of the best Florida painters working in the tradition of Plein Air painting today.
POP ART/OP ART from the MOAS Collection
An exhibition highlighting the Pop Art and Op Art movements so popular in the U.S. and around the world in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s.
Fragile Beauty: Masterworks of Porcelain and Glass from the Collection
Highlighting centuries of fine workmanship in porcelain and glass, this exhibition brings together some of the most beautiful pieces in these media to be found in the MOAS collection.
Arts and Culture of Micronesia
An exhibit showcasing many cultural and artistic relics from Micronesia.
MOAS Blog
What the heck is going on with Betelgeuse?  The star with the fun name is doing some strange things. For thousands of years, the shoulder star of the constellation Orion has burned as one of the brightest in Earth’s night sky.  Over the past few weeks, however, Betelgeuse started to noticeably and rapidly dim.  Astronomers around the world have turned their telescopes towards the red supergiant Betelgeuse to make observations and perhaps understand more about stellar dynamics.  Read More
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