Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day
And Support Your Local Artist at the Florida CraftArt Gallery
Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day, a yearly celebration enabling free entry to a participating museum or cultural institution with a Museum Day ticket. Tickets provide free admission for two Saturday, September 21.
Here are some of the participating Museums:
Other local participants include Imagine Museum, Florida Holocaust Museum, Dr. Carter G. Woodson African-American Museum, The Dali, Museum of Fine Arts, The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art, Morean Arts Center and The Chihuly Collection. For more information on the Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day click here.
Don’t Forget to Support Local Artist!
Since 1951, Florida CraftArt Gallery has been a supportive home and mentor to both local fine craft artists and those throughout the state. Formerly known as Florida Craftsmen Gallery, the nonprofit’s home at 5th and Central Ave. features original fine crafts such as handmade jewelry, glass, ceramics, fiber and more from more than 250 Florida artists. The gallery frequently hosts special shows and exhibits throughout the year as well as lectures, hands-on activities and workshops for both adults and children. Florida CraftArt Gallery will take part in the national event!
While you are out looking, make sure to stop by the Duncan McClellan Gallery a locally grown yet nationally acclaimed gallery of the best glass art in the world!
Feature image of the Dali Museum, Florida CraftArt