Friday Nights at the Morse Museum in Winter Park return November 5! During Friday Nights at the Morse, all visitors receive free admission to the galleries from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., November through April. Live music, art demonstrations, and family tours are planned for select dates throughout the season. On […]
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What could be more perfect than the Maitland Art Center for your special day? Just minutes away from the premier bed & breakfast in North Orlando, the Mayan architecture and grounds are stunningly beautiful! The Art Center is highly decorated with murals, bas-reliefs, and carvings done in an Aztec/Mayan motif. This ornamentation is an integral […]
Join the Maitland Art Center for their Summer Open House, Saturday June 5, 10am-3pm. Learn all about the center – visit art classes, meet instructors, talk to students, see live art demonstrations and learn about the history of this fabulous facility. This State of Florida Historic Site is also on the National Historic Register. The center is […]
“History of Fashion: A to Z, is the latest exhibition to open at the Maitland Historical Museum. The exibit is based on a book written by society member Sue Dyer, and will include an alphabet sampling of fashion. The opening reception is tonight! Author Sue Dyer will also speak April 28th at noon at the […]
The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art – Ocean Florida Originally uploaded by Ocean Florida The massive cross-shaped “electrolier” in Tiffany’s chapel is one of its most powerful elements. Weighing approximately 1,000 pounds and measuring 10 feet in height, this lighting fixture is comprised of cast metal and green turtleback glass. This reconstructed chapel […]
New art exhibit at the Maitland Art Center!
Fun holiday times at the Waterhouse residence Museum!
Art of the Seminole exhibit opens!
Great historic lecture and documentary about Goldsboro, Fl.
The Art of Ganesh is the latest exhibit at this wonderful museum. The exhibit runs through 2/22/09. The Maitland Art Center facility is on the National Historic Register and is an easy walk or drive from Thurston House.