At OMA, we believe art education is a lifelong journey and we offer a variety of engaging learning opportunities for adults of all ages. From guided tours, gallery talks, lectures and accredited courses to up-close examinations, in-depth discussions and art outreach, we have a wealth of information and resources to share for those who are interested....
Art meets science in this lecture series led by neuro-oncologist Dr. Herbert Newton.
Join us for a fun night of art! Bring a date or come alone and meet new friends! Each exciting evening features a different theme. Follow along with an art teacher as you create your own masterpiece!
An informal lunchtime program with engaging speakers or films held monthly from noon-1pm with coffee and cookies provided.
Join us for an art appreciation presentation and tour in this popular series.
Available for a broad range of areas, including the arts, humanities, education, the sciences, and media. We are happy to tailor a tour to reflect your interest and curriculum.
Enjoy a special docent-guided tour just for your group! Docent-guided tours are scheduled upon docent availability. We can customize a tour to reflect the interest of your group! Book yours today!
Presented by museum curators, these informal talks are offered the first Wednesday of each month at 1:30pm year-round.
Enjoy a docent-led tour of the “Highlights of the Collection” every Sunday at 1:00pm. Free with paid gallery admission.
From scholarly lectures to dynamic panel discussions, this series brings influential artists, scholars, museum curators and art critics to the museum to complement special exhibitions, the permanent collection or related topics in art.
The OMA is excited to host a new book club for lovers of literature and art. Each month we’ll discuss a different text in relation to works on view in the Museum.
Outreach lectures make art appreciation and lifelong learning accessible to those unable to visit the OMA.
Come enjoy an afternoon at the Museum and become inspired by artwork in the galleries.
In these workshops, adults work alongside a professional artist to learn new techniques and establish familiarity with a medium.
Take a tour with us that will introduce some innovative installations, sculptures, paintings and video which are part of the of the Florida Prize in Contemporary Art.
Join us for a thought-provoking and lively lecture series: Magnificent Obsessions: Celebrities as Collectors, presented by art educator Susan Rosoff.
In partnership with the University of Central Florida, the Orlando Museum of Art is pleased to provide educational resources for educators, students and families at the Resource Center (TRC).
Join local artist Macramé Momma for a community-led installation presented by the Orlando Museum of Art in Loch Haven Park.