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Orlando Museum of Art

Orlando Museum of Art
Location within Florida
Established 1924[1]
Location 2416 North Mills Avenue
Orlando, Florida
Coordinates
Type Art[2]
Director Glen Gentele[2]
Curator Hansen Mulford[2]
Website Orlando Museum of Art
Orlando Museum of Art building and grounds

The Orlando Museum of Art is located at 2416 North Mills Avenue, Orlando, Florida. The museum exhibits local, regional, national and international works of art.[2] The museum collections include a diverse range of pieces that cover a broad spectrum of subjects using a variety of artistic media.[2]

Notes

  1. ^ Orlando Museum of Art. "about the museum", Orlando Museum of Art website. Retrieved on November 05, 2007.
  2. ^ a b c d e MuseumsUSA. "Orlando Museum of Art Orlando, Florida", MuseumsUSA website, 2007. Retrieved on November 05, 2007.

External links

Websites

  • Orlando Museum of Art (official website)
  • Orlando Museum of Art. Museum information from Traditional Fines Arts Organization including descriptions of exhibitions
  • Orlando Museum of Art Orlando, Florida. Museum Info webpage from MuseumUSA.org.
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