Experience the Power of Art at the Museum of Art – DeLand, Florida

The Museum of Art – DeLand is a vital and interactive non-profit community visual arts museum dedicated to the collecting, preservation, study, display and educational use of the fine arts. In addition to the permanent collection, the Museum is host to several rotating exhibits, gallery talks and receptions, educational programming, master artist workshops and special events throughout the year.

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Camp CreateRegistration for Camp Create remains open; however the weeks are filling up so call, click or come in to 600 N. Woodland Blvd. to reserve your child’s week today. Scholarship applications for those with financial needs are being accepted. View the 2014 Camp Create Video and Yearbook to see how much fun kids had last year.

Aging Tree June Ad.inddFor the month of June, in addtion to DeLand’s 2nd Annual JAMFest (Map of Participating Venues), the Museum will celebrate 2 for 1 Senior Week June 27 – July 3. During this week, two visitors age 55 and over can tour four exhibitions (nine galleries) at two Museum locations (100 N. & 600 N. Woodland Blvd.) for up to three days for only one single admission of $5! June Evening Hours: To better fit your busy schedule, for the month of June, the Museum of Art – DeLand will remain open until 7 p.m. every Thursday, and don’t forget the downtown Museum Store is now open 7-days a week through the summer. NOTE: Thursday, June 18 & 25, between 5 & 7 p.m. Admission is FREE. 

Museum App Otocast LogoFor details on the Museum’s current, and upcoming July exhibition schedule, click here. To download the Museum of Art – DeLand’s NEW APP and the DeLand Sculpture Walk’s NEW APP for various mobile devices, provided by Otocast, click here. To learn more about becoming a Museum Member and its various benefits and Membership levels, click here.

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