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Family Day

October 6, 2018 @ 11:00am to October 6, 2018 @ 2:00pm

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2018 / 11am-2pm

Join us as we celebrate the art of Nick Cave and Jon J Muth!

This FREE Family Day features hands-on art and gallery activities, storytelling, music, dancing, and more! Come meet Jon J Muth during a special presentation followed by a book signing.

Thank you to our food sponsor Tijuana Flats Tex-Mex! During Family Day, children can eat free with any adult purchase. While supplies last.

The ENTIRE museum will be open. This is the perfect opportunity to see our latest exhibitions:



Sculpture Plaza
Tijuana Flats – free tacos for kids with paying adult, while supplies last

Hip Hop dance performances by dgbek Studios youth dancers

Meeting Rooms
Art activities and more with Orlando Health

SunTrust Auditorium
Jon J Muth presentation in auditorium at 12:30pm followed by book signing beginning at 1:15pm in auditorium - presented by ORMC

Council of 101 Grand Gallery
Laser Photo Booth

Lockheed I Gallery
Dance demonstrations by Orlando Ballet School students at 11:30am and 12:00pm

Magruder II Gallery
Storytelling with Mr. Bill in Zen Tales: The Art of Jon J Muth exhibition

Godrick, walk-around character


Encore Performance of Symphony Storytime
2:30pm in the SunTrust Auditorium

In this special 30-minute Symphony Storytime concert, the power of music and the beauty of storytelling are perfectly combined to bring a beloved fable to life. Enjoy live music presented by musicians of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra along with narration by Candace Neal, as we celebrate the wonderful art of Jon J Muth. Featuring classic works presented by our string family, families will watch and listen as the violin, viola, and cello help to accentuate the beautiful lessons in The Three Questions.

The Three Questions, written and illustrated by Jon J Muth, is based on a short story by Leo Tolstoy. “When is the best time to do things” Who is the most important one? What is the right thing to do?” A young boy named Nikolai searches for answers to these questions in his quest to become a better person. He consults his friends and a wise old turtle. In the story, Nikolai is led to find the answers within himself.


Parking in our lot is FREE but very limited and we are expecting a record number of guests. Additional parking can be found on Mills, at the surrounding arts organization’s parking lots, at the Orlando Science Center parking garage (for $5) or at the Florida Hospital parking garage. It’s free on the weekends but is a 10-minute walk to the museum. Plan accordingly!

Food and beverages are not permitted in the galleries, including water. You will be asked to throw it away, return it to your car, or leave your food/beverage at a table at the event to pick up on your way out.


  • Look at the artwork, PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH
  • Please keep a safe distance away from the artwork
  • No writing utensils are permitted in the galleries
  • Please walk, do not run
  • Have a great time!

For more information, contact our Education Department at 407.896.4231 ext. 262 or at


Orlando Health
Winifred Johnson Clive Foundation
Tijuana Flats Tex-Mex