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Master Artists at MOAS: Jill Cannady
Master Artists at MOAS: Jill Cannady Fri, Apr 16, 2021 Jill Cannady has had a long and successful career in Florida, beginning with thirty years in Miami followed by decades in Central Florida. One of our state's most preeminent artists, her work is truly "exceptional" in subject matter, exquisite techni... Read More

National Plant-a-Flower Day - Florida Friendly Garden
National Plant-a-Flower Day - Florida Friendly Garden Fri, Mar 12, 2021 Today, March 12 2021, is National Plant-a-Flower Day! To get your Florida Friendly garden ready for spring, find a few blooms you like, that are native to Florida, and start planting! Read More

Wetlands and Water
Wetlands and Water Tue, Feb 02, 2021 Happy World Wetland Day! World Wetland Day is celebrated on February 2 every year. It marks the date in which the Convention on Wetlands was adopted in 1971. The day is meant to bring global awareness to the connection of people and our planet. Read More

An Interview with Artist, John Wilton
An Interview with Artist, John Wilton Mon, Dec 28, 2020 A Q&A between Ruth Grim, Chief Curator and Gary R. Libby Curator of Art at the Museum of Arts & Sciences and artist, John Wilton who is featured in the exhibition, John Wilton: A Graphic Approach, Four Decades Under the Florida Sun on display Novemb... Read More

“Shh, it’s a Secret!” (The Not-So-Quiet Delta IV Heavy Launch)
“Shh, it’s a Secret!” (The Not-So-Quiet Delta IV Heavy Launch) Thu, Dec 17, 2020 Pssst. Hey, you. Yeah, you. Wanna hear about a secret spy satellite mission? A classified payload that launches aboard one of the loudest and brightest man-made objects on Earth? Okay, so maybe it’s only partly secretive. Read More

CRS-21 Successfully Launches from KSC
CRS-21 Successfully Launches from KSC Thu, Dec 10, 2020 This past Sunday at 11:17am EST, from NASA's Kennedy Space Center, yet another rocket lifted off into space for the CRS-21 mission. What now seems like a routine occurrence down at the Cape, this particular launch was an important milestone as it was... Read More

Spotlight: The Artists and Artisans of the Museum Store
Spotlight: The Artists and Artisans of the Museum Store Wed, Dec 09, 2020 The Museum Stores located at the Museum of Arts & Sciences and the Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art are proud to feature local artists and designers. Both stores feature a variety of beautiful gift items and jewelry that are all locally and lovingl... Read More

Pluto Q&A with the Artemis STEM Club
Pluto Q&A with the Artemis STEM Club Sat, Dec 05, 2020 Whether a person is one hundred years old or five, inquiring minds want to know, “What’s the deal with Pluto? Why do you astronomers hate Pluto? Why did you murder poor, sweet, little Pluto?” We don’t and we didn’t!  We love Pluto! 
Jason Schreiner,... Read More

East Meets West: European and Chinese Decorative Fans in the Collection
East Meets West: European and Chinese Decorative Fans in the Collection Wed, Oct 28, 2020 Currently on view in the Bouchelle Changing Gallery is an exhibition of decorative hand fans from the MOAS collection that was inspired by last year’s exhibition of fans owned by local collector Judy Bush. A special thanks to Judy and her network of ... Read More

All About the Bats and the Birds…
All About the Bats and the Birds… Thu, Oct 22, 2020 It is not uncommon to mistake a bat for a bird. Bats fly through the air and most of the time you will see them in the evening when it is harder to distinguish the two creatures. People used to believe bats were birds, they just didn’t have feathers. Read More

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