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General Admission for one Adult to the Orlando Museum of Art.

Please note that this ticket is not valid for separately ticketed events, including, but not limited to, Festival of Trees and 1st Thursdays.

We apologize, but there are no refunds on ticket purchases.
General Admission for one child (Ages 4 to 17) to the Orlando Museum of Art


Please note that this ticket is not valid for separately ticketed events, including, but not limited to, Festival of Trees and 1st Thursdays.

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General Admission for one Senior to the Orlando Museum of Art.

Please note that this ticket is not valid for separately ticketed events, including, but not limited to, Festival of Trees and 1st Thursdays.

We apologize, but there are no refunds on ticket purchases.
Art Night Out - Surrealist Drawing with Damon DeWitt

Wednesday, August 28 | 6-8:30 pm

Unlock the subconscious and create a puzzling image in this drawing workshop for adults. Learn basic principles of Surrealism prior to using graphite and charcoal to translate these ideas to paper. No prior drawing experience needed for this beginner’s class.
In this special Symphony Storytime series, the power of music and the beauty of storytelling are perfectly combined to bring a true story to life. Enjoy live music presented by musicians of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra along with narration as we celebrate the wonderful illustrations of Bryan Collier and the story of musician Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews. Featuring a New Orleans jazz style ensemble, students will watch and listen as the trumpet, trombone, tenor sax, and sousaphone tell the inspiring story of Trombone Shorty.

"Trombone Shorty"? is based on Troy Andrews’ life, how he followed his dream of becoming a musician, despite the odds, until he reached international stardom. Hailing from the Tremé neighborhood in New Orleans, Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews got his nickname by wielding a trombone twice as long as he was high. A prodigy, he was leading his own band by age six, and today this Grammy-nominated artist headlines the legendary New Orleans Jazz Fest!

Price: $5.00 per person

Tuesday, September 3 10:30 am-11:00 am
Thursday, September 5 10:30 am-11:00 am
Friday, September 6 10:30am-11:00am
Tuesday, September 10 10:30am-11:00am
Friday, September 13 10:30am-11:00am
In this special Symphony Storytime series, the power of music and the beauty of storytelling are perfectly combined to bring a true story to life. Enjoy live music presented by musicians of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra along with narration as we celebrate the wonderful illustrations of Bryan Collier and the story of musician Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews. Featuring a New Orleans jazz style ensemble, students will watch and listen as the trumpet, trombone, tenor sax, and sousaphone tell the inspiring story of Trombone Shorty.

"Trombone Shorty"? is based on Troy Andrews’ life, how he followed his dream of becoming a musician, despite the odds, until he reached international stardom. Hailing from the Tremé neighborhood in New Orleans, Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews got his nickname by wielding a trombone twice as long as he was high. A prodigy, he was leading his own band by age six, and today this Grammy-nominated artist headlines the legendary New Orleans Jazz Fest!


Price: $5.00 per person

Tuesday, September 3 11:30 am-12:00 pm
Thursday, September 5 11:30 am-12:00 pm
Friday, September 6 11:30 am-12:00 pm
Tuesday, September 10 11:30 am-12:00 pm
Friday, September 13 11:30 am-12:00 pm
September Series – Our Voice!
September 4, 11, and 18
Find your artistic voice by creating unique pieces of art that tell the story of you! Celebrate the different mediums used to create illustrations in the exhibition Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. Learn and develop skills used for printmaking, watercolor painting, and collage design.

October Series – Clay Craze!
October 2, 9, and 23
Create with clay at OMA! Pinch, roll, coil, and slab to create unique pieces of pottery. Venture into the galleries and see the exhibition Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards to learn about Dave the Potter and his clay-making techniques. Explore the Art of the Ancient Americas Collection for inspiration when creating clay vessels. Lastly, in the spirit of October, create a clay jack-o’-lantern!

December Series – Photography!
December 4, 11, and 18
Discover the power of photography! Explore OMA’s Contemporary Photography Collection, as well as view large-scale photographs in the exhibition Stephen Althouse: Metanoia. Learn basic techniques to help you capture the perfect subject.

Who: Ages 10-15

Price:
Non-Members: $60.00 per month
Members: $45.00 per month
Additional Non-Member Child: $55.00
Additional Member Child: $40.00

Enjoy All Three Monthly Series at a Discounted Rate!
Non-Members: $162.00
Members: $122.00
Additional Non-Member Child: $149.00
Additional Member Child: $108.00
September Series – Our Voice!
September 4, 11, and 18

Find your artistic voice by creating unique pieces of art that tell the story of you! Celebrate the different mediums used to create illustrations in the exhibition Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. Learn and develop skills used for printmaking, watercolor painting, and collage design.

Who: Ages 10-15

Price:
Non-Members: $60.00 per month
Members: $45.00 per month
Additional Non-Member Child: $55.00
Additional Member Child: $40.00

Enjoy All Three Monthly Series at a Discounted Rate!
Non-Members: $162.00
Members: $122.00
Additional Non-Member Child: $149.00
Additional Member Child: $108.00
1ST THURSDAYS

“Orlando’s original art party”

Presented by the Associates of the Orlando Museum of Art

The Associates is a volunteer support group committed to expanding Museum membership and encouraging the appreciation of the visual arts. From 6-9 pm on the first Thursday of each month, Central Florida has an opportunity to discover local artists, listen to live music and mingle with an eclectic mix of people. There are cash bars serving wine, beer, soft drinks and water, and café offerings from area restaurants.

Admission to 1st Thursdays is $15 for visitors. Admission includes access to the Museum's featured exhibition. Parking is free at Orlando Loch Haven Park and overflow parking is available at the Orlando Science Center's parking garage for $5 per vehicle.

1st Thursdays is always FREE with an updated Annual Membership! A savings greater than the cost of your membership!
September 6: Feast Your Eyes: A Novel by Myla Goldberg

In this new novel by New York Times bestselling author Myla Goldberg, the life story of fictional photographer Lillian Preston unfolds through a series of catalogue notes written for a Museum of Modern Art retrospective. Through the collaged narrative, we learn about Preston’s longtime quest to achieve artistic legitimacy despite cultural criticism, echoing the real-life experience of photographers like Sally Mann and Diane Arbus.
OMA Book Club Fall 2019 Season

Join us for a series of book discussions connecting themes in art and literature to works in the Museum galleries. Each meeting will include a guided gallery experience.

Discussions facilitated by David Matteson, Associate Curator of Education & Outreach

Select Fridays | 2-4 pm

Season Subscription $30 | Members receive a 10 percent discount on the season cost

September 6: Feast Your Eyes: A Novel by Myla Goldberg

In this new novel by New York Times bestselling author Myla Goldberg, the life story of fictional photographer Lillian Preston unfolds through a series of catalogue notes written for a Museum of Modern Art retrospective. Through the collaged narrative, we learn about Preston’s longtime quest to achieve artistic legitimacy despite cultural criticism, echoing the real-life experience of photographers like Sally Mann and Diane Arbus.

October 4: Foursome: Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Strand, Rebecca Salsbury by Carolyn Burke

This biography charts the nuanced relationship between four important modern artists whose works have left a lasting impact upon American visual culture. While there are many legends circulating about this creative force, Burke cuts through the fiction to the true story of how each player stimulated the others’ ingenuity.

November 1: The Age of Light: A Novel by Whitney Scharer

Lee Miller—model, muse, photographer, pioneer. This historical fiction novel explores the opportunities and sacrifices experienced by the artist, who began her career in Paris as the Surrealist artist Man Ray’s model and assistant.
Dates: September 14 and 28 | 10 AM - Noon

Discover connections between the visual and literary arts through this series of writing workshops held in the galleries. In this program led by writer Scottie Campbell, students will explore flash fiction in relation to the Museum’s exhibitions of contemporary photography. Flash fiction is a work of brevity and clarity, often these works are between 100 and 1000 words. Whether you are a longform novelist or a concise blogger, any writer will benefit from the lessons of flash fiction. At each session, students will learn the stories behind the art on view, and then respond to a writing prompt. Students will have access to the galleries during nonpublic hours to encourage thoughtful reflection.

Scottie Campbell is an aspiring kind person and multipotentialite who is probably happiest when stringing words together in a meaningful way, which he has done for print and stage. His writings have appeared in Orlando Sentinel, Orlando Weekly, Books & Beyond, and he has been a contributor to Watermark for over two decades. His plays Sindeyrella, A Midnight Snack With Tom & Vincent, and Here and There have been produced on Orlando stages. A chapter of his micro-lit project Storied Orlando appears in each issue of Bungalower Zine.

SeasonTuition: $40, Museum Members receive a 10% discount on season tuition
Dates: September 14 and 28 | 10 AM - Noon

Discover connections between the visual and literary arts through this series of writing workshops held in the galleries. In this program led by writer Scottie Campbell, students will explore flash fiction in relation to the Museum’s exhibitions of contemporary photography. Flash fiction is a work of brevity and clarity, often these works are between 100 and 1000 words. Whether you are a longform novelist or a concise blogger, any writer will benefit from the lessons of flash fiction. At each session, students will learn the stories behind the art on view, and then respond to a writing prompt. Students will have access to the galleries during nonpublic hours to encourage thoughtful reflection.

Scottie Campbell is an aspiring kind person and multipotentialite who is probably happiest when stringing words together in a meaningful way, which he has done for print and stage. His writings have appeared in Orlando Sentinel, Orlando Weekly, Books & Beyond, and he has been a contributor to Watermark for over two decades. His plays Sindeyrella, A Midnight Snack With Tom & Vincent, and Here and There have been produced on Orlando stages. A chapter of his micro-lit project Storied Orlando appears in each issue of Bungalower Zine.

Individual Sessions: $25 each
Friday, September 20
9:30 am - 11:00 am

Music Meets Art

Come see how music and art connect! View artwork featuring famous jazz musicians, such as Ray Charles, John Coltrane, and Melba Doretta Liston in the Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. Listen to a story read by a museum educator, and in the studio create your own painting that showcases the rhythm and movement of music!
Sunday, September 22
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Music Meets Art

Come see how music and art connect! View artwork featuring famous jazz musicians, such as Ray Charles, John Coltrane, and Melba Doretta Liston in the Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. Listen to a story read by a museum educator, and in the studio create your own painting that showcases the rhythm and movement of music!
Arts Society: Poetics of Place

For centuries, artists and poets have referenced the idea of place within their work. Visual and written representations of this theme range from panoramic, majestic mountain landscapes to lush, vibrant Florida settings. There are both observed, physical places, as well as simulated, imagined ones—those that can’t actually BE. In this lecture series presented by Susan Rosoff, we will explore historical, spiritual, and emotional dimensions of place to understand what makes this such an enduring theme.

September 24 Panoramic Visions
October 29 Observed Places
December 3 Art that Exists IN Places (Site Specific Work)
January 14 Places have Meaning (Psychic, Historical, Spiritual)
February 11 The Place We Call Home – Florida
April 7 Simulated Places

10:30 am - light brunch served
11 am - lecture begins

Membership is required to attend the series. Visitor ticket includes an Individual Museum Membership.
Art Night Out - Palette Knife Painting with Maria Coville

Wednesday, September 25, 6-8:30 pm

Who said you need a paintbrush to create a masterpiece? Learn to use a palette knife to build thick, textural layers on canvas. This class is all about playing with impasto! Please bring a photograph or reference from which to work.
Dates/Time: September 28, October 12, & October 26, 1-2 pm

How do our brains comprehend works of art? What is the neurological effect of viewing, analyzing, and creating works of art? Art meets science in this lecture series led by neuro-oncologist Dr. Herbert Newton. We’ll explore the latest neuroscience research related to art appreciation and visual processing. No prior knowledge necessary—this series is open to anyone with an inquisitive mind!

Dr. Herbert Newton graduated from SUNY Buffalo with High Honors in Psychology, before pursuing a master’s degree in Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology from the Roswell Park Cancer Institute. He then entered the SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine, graduating in 1984. After an Internship in Internal Medicine within the SUNY Buffalo Health System, he was trained in Neurology at the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor, MI, followed by a Fellowship in Neuro-Oncology at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC). At MSKCC, he trained under the guidance of Drs. Jerome Posner and William Shapiro. After the completion of his Fellowship at MSKCC, Dr. Newton joined the Faculty in Neurology at the OSUMC and James Cancer Center, establishing a Division of Neuro-Oncology within the Department of Neurology in the summer of 1990. Dr. Newton achieved the rank of Full Professor of Neurology with tenure and was bestowed the Esther Dardinger Endowed Chair in Neuro-Oncology in 2003. His interests include clinical Neuro-Oncology, molecular chemotherapy of brain tumors, molecular biology of brain tumors, and clinical trials. After retiring from OSUMC in 2015, he has since become the Director of the Neuro-Oncology Center for the Advent Health Cancer Institute and Advent Health Hospital Orlando. He has published more than 220 articles and book chapters and is the author or co-author of 9 books in the fields of Neurology and Neuro-Oncology. Other interests include scuba diving, photography, playing bass for his band – Stone Lotus, and the neurobiology of music and art.

Series Tuition: $60 / Individual Sessions: $25 each, Museum Members receive a 10% discount on tuition
Dates: September 14 and 28 | 10 AM - Noon

Discover connections between the visual and literary arts through this series of writing workshops held in the galleries. In this program led by writer Scottie Campbell, students will explore flash fiction in relation to the Museum’s exhibitions of contemporary photography. Flash fiction is a work of brevity and clarity, often these works are between 100 and 1000 words. Whether you are a longform novelist or a concise blogger, any writer will benefit from the lessons of flash fiction. At each session, students will learn the stories behind the art on view, and then respond to a writing prompt. Students will have access to the galleries during nonpublic hours to encourage thoughtful reflection.

Scottie Campbell is an aspiring kind person and multipotentialite who is probably happiest when stringing words together in a meaningful way, which he has done for print and stage. His writings have appeared in Orlando Sentinel, Orlando Weekly, Books & Beyond, and he has been a contributor to Watermark for over two decades. His plays Sindeyrella, A Midnight Snack With Tom & Vincent, and Here and There have been produced on Orlando stages. A chapter of his micro-lit project Storied Orlando appears in each issue of Bungalower Zine.

Individual Sessions: $25 each
October Series - Clay Craze!
October 2, 9, and 23

Create with clay at OMA! Pinch, roll, coil, and slab to create unique pieces of pottery. Venture into the galleries and see the exhibition Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards to learn about Dave the Potter and his clay-making techniques. Explore the Art of the Ancient Americas Collection for inspiration when creating clay vessels. Lastly, in the spirit of October, create a clay jack-o’-lantern!


Who: Ages 10-15

Price:
Non-Members: $60.00 per month
Members: $45.00 per month
Additional Non-Member Child: $55.00
Additional Member Child: $40.00

Enjoy All Three Monthly Series at a Discounted Rate!
Non-Members: $162.00
Members: $122.00
Additional Non-Member Child: $149.00
Additional Member Child: $108.00
October 4: Foursome: Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Strand, Rebecca Salsbury by Carolyn Burke

This biography charts the nuanced relationship between four important modern artists whose works have left a lasting impact upon American visual culture. While there are many legends circulating about this creative force, Burke cuts through the fiction to the true story of how each player stimulated the others’ ingenuity.
Painting with Jamieson Thomas – Discover Your Style

Tuition: $120, Museum Members receive a 10 percent discount on tuition

In this class we will discuss different approaches to the perception of a subject and the creation of a unique painting. We will analyze how artists explore and discover their own personal style. Students will choose to work from a live still life composition, photographic image, or from the imagination and will be guided as they seek their personal direction.

We will touch on the fundamentals of color, principles of composition, and various painting methods and techniques that you can use to bring a composition to life. Our goal will be to discover a point of departure that enables you to push your work toward your own personal expression, whether representational, whimsical, graphic, or abstract.

During the four sessions you will complete at least one painting. Working with a still life set up by the instructor or from a photograph you supply, you will learn how to paint from observation, measure, and use paint to bring the composition to life. While we will study the genre of “still life,” the techniques and methods learned are applicable to other genres such as portraiture, landscapes, and figurative.

Jamieson Thomas is a multidisciplinary artist who works in painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, and video to create provocative installations that speak to social and environmental issues. Well versed in painting techniques, Thomas adapts her style according to the subject she is working with. She studied at Skidmore College, the Arts Students League, Crealdé School of Art, and received her MFA at School of Visual Arts in New York City. She has participated in multiple group shows in Florida, Maine, and New York and has had solo shows at alt_space Arts on Douglas, FL and Parasol Projects, NYC. In her most recent exhibit, Jamieson created a site-specific installation for the City of Orlando, where the public was invited to collaborate to complete the piece by sewing into it or adding mementos that she and volunteer artists sewed. You can see more of her work on her website www jamiesonthomas.com.
Friday, October 11
9:30 am - 11:00 am

The Wonders of Watercolor

Visit the galleries and explore the many illustrations created using watercolor in the exhibition Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. Hear the story, “Mother Crocodile” and be inspired by the watercolor illustrations of John Steptoe. In the studio, create 3-D crocodile paintings and hats while learning resist and masking techniques! We hope to see you in a while...crocodile!
Sunday, October 13
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

The Wonders of Watercolor

Visit the galleries and explore the many illustrations created using watercolor in the exhibition Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. Hear the story, “Mother Crocodile” and be inspired by the watercolor illustrations of John Steptoe. In the studio, create 3-D crocodile paintings and hats while learning resist and masking techniques! We hope to see you in a while...crocodile!
October 17 / 9am – 4pm

Explore the world of storybooks and illustrations! Students will create artwork inspired by artists featured in the exhibition Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. Famous illustrators such as Jerry Pinkney, James E. Ransome, and Bryan Collier will inspire students to create unique pieces of art using paint, mixed media, and clay!

Early Drop Off / Late Pick Up
Early drop off is available from 8-9 am for an additional $5 per child. Late pick up is available from 4-5:15 pm for $5 per child (an additional $1 per minute charge will be incurred for pick up later than 5:15 pm).
October 17 / 9am – 4pm

Explore the world of storybooks and illustrations! Students will create artwork inspired by artists featured in the exhibition Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. Famous illustrators such as Jerry Pinkney, James E. Ransome, and Bryan Collier will inspire students to create unique pieces of art using paint, mixed media, and clay!

Early Drop Off / Late Pick Up
Early drop off is available from 8-9 am for an additional $5 per child. Late pick up is available from 4-5:15 pm for $5 per child (an additional $1 per minute charge will be incurred for pick up later than 5:15 pm).
October 18 / 9am – 4pm

Explore the world of storybooks and illustrations! Students will create artwork inspired by artists featured in the exhibition Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. Famous illustrators such as Jerry Pinkney, James E. Ransome, and Bryan Collier will inspire students to create unique pieces of art using paint, mixed media, and clay!

Early Drop Off / Late Pick Up
Early drop off is available from 8-9 am for an additional $5 per child. Late pick up is available from 4-5:15 pm for $5 per child (an additional $1 per minute charge will be incurred for pick up later than 5:15 pm).
October 18 / 9am – 4pm

Explore the world of storybooks and illustrations! Students will create artwork inspired by artists featured in the exhibition Our Voice: Celebrating the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards. Famous illustrators such as Jerry Pinkney, James E. Ransome, and Bryan Collier will inspire students to create unique pieces of art using paint, mixed media, and clay!

Early Drop Off / Late Pick Up
Early drop off is available from 8-9 am for an additional $5 per child. Late pick up is available from 4-5:15 pm for $5 per child (an additional $1 per minute charge will be incurred for pick up later than 5:15 pm).
Friday, November 1
9:30 am - 11:00 am

Flowers and Friends

Discover how the painter and photographer, Edward Steichen, created large-scale murals of his friends and their floral counterparts. In the galleries, view Steichen’s murals and explore his use of fashion and flowers. Create flower crowns, flower vases, and your own flower mural to take home and display!
November 1: The Age of Light: A Novel by Whitney Scharer

Lee Miller—model, muse, photographer, pioneer. This historical fiction novel explores the opportunities and sacrifices experienced by the artist, who began her career in Paris as the Surrealist artist Man Ray’s model and assistant.
Sunday, November 3
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Flowers and Friends

Discover how the painter and photographer, Edward Steichen, created large-scale murals of his friends and their floral counterparts. In the galleries, view Steichen’s murals and explore his use of fashion and flowers. Create flower crowns, flower vases, and your own flower mural to take home and display!
Join us for a highlights tour of the galleries followed by a yoga practice led by College Park Yoga.

Highlights Tour: 4 pm | Yoga: 4:30 pm

Please bring your own mat to this class. Yoga mats will not be available.

Cost: $15, Museum members receive 10% off
December Series – Photography!
December 4, 11, and 18
Discover the power of photography! Explore OMA’s Contemporary Photography Collection, as well as view large-scale photographs in the exhibition Stephen Althouse: Metanoia. Learn basic techniques to help you capture the perfect subject.


Who: Ages 10-15

Price:
Non-Members: $60.00 per month
Members: $45.00 per month
Additional Non-Member Child: $55.00
Additional Member Child: $40.00

Enjoy All Three Monthly Series at a Discounted Rate!
Non-Members: $162.00
Members: $122.00
Additional Non-Member Child: $149.00
Additional Member Child: $108.00
Friday, December 13
9:30 am - 11:00 am

Storytelling with Clay!

Explore the vessels, figurines, and pottery in Art of the Ancient Americas Collection! Roll, pinch, and create using clay to build your own unique vessel. Tell a story with your creation by adding colored slips and underglaze paints. Each piece will be kiln fired and ready for pick-up on Friday, December 20, 2019.
Sunday, December 15
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Storytelling with Clay!

Explore the vessels, figurines, and pottery in Art of the Ancient Americas Collection! Roll, pinch, and create using clay to build your own unique vessel. Tell a story with your creation by adding colored slips and underglaze paints. Each piece will be kiln fired and ready for pick-up on Friday, December 20, 2019.

Purchase all 8 Days of Winter Art Camp and enjoy a discounted rate.

WINTER ART CAMP 2019-2020

ARTrageous Adventure! – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Go on an ARTrageous adventure at the Orlando Museum of Art! Each day journey through the galleries and explore textiles, paintings, sculptures, and more! Let your imagination run wild as you design two and three-dimensional works of art. Create artwork to reflect memories from 2019, while also making artwork to celebrate the New Year! Two sessions are available, one for students in grades 1-4 and another for students in grades 5-8.

Dates:
December 20, 23, 26, 27, and 30, 2019 and January 2, 3, and 6, 2020

Times:
9am-4pm (full-day class)

Enjoy All Eight Days at a Discounted Rate!
$324; $288 for Members

Notes:
Bring a lunch, a drink and a towel for a picnic. Please wear closed toe shoes and dress for a mess!

Extended Day:
Early drop off (beginning at 8:00am): $5 per child, per day
Late pick up (until 5:15pm): $5 per child, per day

Purchase all 8 Days of Winter Art Camp and enjoy a discounted rate.

WINTER ART CAMP 2019-2020

ARTrageous Adventure! – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Go on an ARTrageous adventure at the Orlando Museum of Art! Each day journey through the galleries and explore textiles, paintings, sculptures, and more! Let your imagination run wild as you design two and three-dimensional works of art. Create artwork to reflect memories from 2019, while also making artwork to celebrate the New Year! Two sessions are available, one for students in grades 1-4 and another for students in grades 5-8.

Dates:
December 20, 23, 26, 27, and 30, 2019 and January 2, 3, and 6, 2020

Times:
9am-4pm (full-day class)

Enjoy All Eight Days at a Discounted Rate!
$324; $288 for Members

Notes:
Bring a lunch, a drink and a towel for a picnic. Please wear closed toe shoes and dress for a mess!

Extended Day:
Early drop off (beginning at 8:00am): $5 per child, per day
Late pick up (until 5:15pm): $5 per child, per day

You may select as many sessions as you wish to purchase. If you would like to purchase all 8 days, please see the tab entitled "Enjoy all 8 days at a discount"

WINTER ART CAMP 2019-2020

ARTrageous Adventure! – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Go on an ARTrageous adventure at the Orlando Museum of Art! Each day journey through the galleries and explore textiles, paintings, sculptures, and more! Let your imagination run wild as you design two and three-dimensional works of art. Create artwork to reflect memories from 2019, while also making artwork to celebrate the New Year! Two sessions are available, one for students in grades 1-4 and another for students in grades 5-8.

Dates:
December 20, 23, 26, 27, and 30, 2019 and January 2, 3, and 6, 2020

Times:
9am-4pm (full-day class)

Daily Rate:
$45; $40 for Members

Enjoy All Eight Days at a Discounted Rate!
$324; $288 for Members

Notes:
Bring a lunch, a drink and a towel for a picnic. Please wear closed toe shoes and dress for a mess!

Extended Day:
Early drop off (beginning at 8:00am): $5 per child, per day
Late pick up (until 5:15pm): $5 per child, per day (an additional $1 per minute charge will be incurred for pick up later than 5:15pm).
You may select as many sessions as you wish to purchase. If you would like to purchase all 8 days, please see the tab entitled "Enjoy all 8 days at a discount"

WINTER ART CAMP 2019-2020

ARTrageous Adventure! – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Go on an ARTrageous adventure at the Orlando Museum of Art! Each day journey through the galleries and explore textiles, paintings, sculptures, and more! Let your imagination run wild as you design two and three-dimensional works of art. Create artwork to reflect memories from 2019, while also making artwork to celebrate the New Year! Two sessions are available, one for students in grades 1-4 and another for students in grades 5-8.

Dates:
December 20, 23, 26, 27, and 30, 2019 and January 2, 3, and 6, 2020

Times:
9am-4pm (full-day class)

Daily Rate:
$45; $40 for Members

Enjoy All Eight Days at a Discounted Rate!
$324; $288 for Members

Notes:
Bring a lunch, a drink and a towel for a picnic. Please wear closed toe shoes and dress for a mess!

Extended Day:
Early drop off (beginning at 8:00am): $5 per child, per day
Late pick up (until 5:15pm): $5 per child, per day (an additional $1 per minute charge will be incurred for pick up later than 5:15pm).