Maya Lin: A History of Water
A History of Water brings together sculptures, drawings and large-scale installations, as well as the artist’s multimedia memorial to the earth’s vanishing biodiversity and habitat.
Carlos Vega: See You Now!
Carlos Vega is a Spanish artist who uses large sheets of lead that are etched, punched and cut to form multilayered images of the natural world.
Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir: Horizons
The Orlando Museum of Art is pleased to present, Horizons, an installation by noted Icelandic artist Steinunn Thorarinsdottir (pronounced Stay-nun Thorens-daughter).
J. Hyde Crawford & Anthony Tortora Collection
The J. Hyde Crawford and Anthony Tortora Collection includes works by important American artists who rose to prominence in the decades following World War II.
A Trek from North to South: Exploring the Art of the Ancient Americas
The artwork presented in this gallery reveals the symbolism, artistic techniques, and styles of many of the ancient peoples of the Americas.
Art Night Out
Join us for a fun night out, share a drink with some friends and learn how how to paint in our specially themed workshops.
Book and a Look
Enjoy story time with Bill Cordell in the galleries followed by exploration on your own or with a Book and a Look activity bag.
“Orlando’s original art party” is the award-winning 1st Thursdays presented by the Associates, the OMA's volunteer support group committed to expanding membership and encouraging the appreciation of the visual arts.
Join the fun and be prepared to laugh! Come learn about endangered species with IBEX Puppetry as you make your own puppets and celebrate with dances and animal movements in parades!