Virtual Group Tours for Adults
Select Wednesdays; 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
For those not comfortable or not able to visit the Museum, schedule a private virtual tour with Associate Curator of Education & Outreach, David Matteson. During these one-hour Zoom discussions, groups will be guided through a slideshow presentation featuring works from the Museum.
American Art in 60 minutes
The story of American art is one of constantly redefining cultural taste as a foundling nation tries to establish its identity. Learn the rich history of American visual culture in this survey of artworks from the Museum’s permanent collection. From colonial portraits to contemporary abstraction, this virtual tour will introduce you and your party to a diversity of styles and ideas.
Living Color: Art of the Highwaymen
This group of African American painters defied the odds to establish themselves as commercially successful artists. Their vivid landscape paintings depict a lush world we all hope to escape to! During this virtual tour, you and your party will learn their story and analyze a selection of their works featured in OMA’s recent exhibition.
Tours may be scheduled during weekdays and evenings by request. To schedule your virtual tour, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 407.896.4231 ext. 262. The $60 tour fee covers everyone in your party (up to 15 users may log in) - and they can tune in from all over the world!
Compare artists represented in the museum during a guided virtual discussion. Drawing upon common themes and ideas, seemingly disparate and familiar works of art may be viewed anew. This program for adults will be facilitated by Associate Curator of Education & Outreach, David Matteson. Participants will receive a Zoom link prior to each session.
$60.00 per session (includes up to 15 users).
Call 407.896.4231 ext. 262 or email email@example.com to register.
Mary Ann Carroll
Untitled [Royal poinciana at dusk]
Oil on board
23 x 47 in.
Courtesy of the Asselstine Collection
About David Matteson
David Matteson is an artist and writer based in Orlando, FL. David has shown work locally at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum and was recently part of Art in Odd Places. He graduated from Rollins College in 2015 with focuses in Studio Art and English.