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Pensacola Museum of Art

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The Pensacola Museum of Art presents engaging cross-disciplinary exhibitions, educational programming, and stewards a growing collection of modern and contemporary art of the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries. The museum aims to promote the understanding and appreciation of art and ideas to audiences in the Northwest Florida region and beyond. We endeavor to create dialogue between university and community audiences by engendering experiences of joy, discovery, and creativity through diverse perspectives, and the transdisciplinary interactions of art, culture, the humanities, science, and technology.

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Piece By Piece: Art With LEGO® Bricks By Sean Kenney  - Now through September 3, 2017

Piece by Piece, an exhibition of art with LEGO® Bricks by NYC-based artist Sean Kenney emphasizes the nostalgic play of childhood created with childhood toys. This interactive exhibition engages the subject matter and aesthetics of the everyday. Rubber ducks, robots, tricycles and bicycles all work together to bring childhood nostalgia back to life.

Metaphor As Manifestation - Now through August 27, 2017

Metaphor as Manifestation is an exhibition of works by Jasper Johns (b. 1930 )and Robert Motherwell (1915-1991), two very significant and well known artists of the post-World War II and contemporary periods.

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Fear and Folly: The Visionary Prints of Francisco Goya and Frederico Castellon -

September 1 - December 31, 2017

Rebels With a Cause: American Impressionist Women -

September 8 - December 31, 2017

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday, Closed

Tuesday & Wednesday, 10 a.m.  -5 p.m.

Thursday - Saturday 10 a.m.- 7 p.m.

Sunday, noon- 4.p.m.

ADMISSION:
Adults: $7

Military & Dependents, Seniors (65+), AAA Members, UWF Historic Trust Members,  UWF Alumni Association Members : $6

Children (3 - 14): $4

Children (Younger than 3): Free

Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card holders
​with valid photo I.D: Free for up to four individuals per EBT card

UWF students: Free with presentation of Nautilus card

Members: Free, join today!

Discounted Evening Hours
Tickets purchased Thursday through Saturday from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. will be $5 for adults, $3 for children (3-14), free for UWF students with a Nautilus card and free for Electronic Benefits Card (EBT) cardholders with card and photo identification. 

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Facility Info
Meeting Rooms
Assembly Room
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 700
  • Height: 8' 7.5
Gallery 4
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 1637
  • Height: 13'
Gallery 3
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 1542
  • Height: 12' 3"
Gallery 2
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 605
  • Height: 9' 3.5
Gallery 1
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 1078
  • Height: 9' 5"

The University of West Florida Historic Trust announces it has joined Museums for All, a signature access program of the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Association of Children’s Museums, to encourage families of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum habits. The program… Read More...

  • September 1, 2017 - December 31, 2017
Pensacola Museum of Art

Despite living in different centuries, Francisco Goya's (1746-1828) and Federico Castellon's (1914-1971) body of work often draws sharper relationships to one another than to their contemporaries in their attention to the darker and complex side of the human condition. This exhibition features two important… Read More...

  • September 8, 2017 - December 31, 2017
Pensacola Museum of Art

Women. Rebels. Artists. Rebels With a Cause presents a selection of works by female artists active between the mid-19th and mid-20th centuries who rebelled against the conventions of their day by exhibiting alongside their male counterparts, receiving awards, and clearing a path for… Read More...

  • January 12, 2018 - March 18, 2018
Pensacola Museum of Art

Depose and Dispose (of) is an exhibition of work by Katrina Andry that invites the viewer to engage in collective empathy and understand the tangible, societal consequences of loss through systemic brutality. The anthropomorphic series of prints places… Read More...