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Upcoming Events and Lectures

MoFA is excited to announce that some of our public programs will be hosted in the digital space and in person this spring! These events are free and open to the public. For virtual events, please register up until the time of the event to receive the link to attend.


Upcoming Events


Let All Languages Live: Celebrating Language Revitalization 

March 28th at 6:00 PM EST (in-person & virtual) 

Join us for an Indigenous language revitalization panel as experts discuss current practices and strategies in their field. The moderator, Dr. Mary Linn (Curator of Language and Cultural Vitality at the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage), will be joined by Manchán Magan (a native Irish speaker, writer, and documentary filmmaker), Everett Osceola (Cultural Ambassador of the Seminole Tribe of Florida and Mvskoke speaker), and Dr. Jennifer Johnson,(Seminole Nation of Oklahoma/Sac & Fox Nation, co-founder of the language immersion school for the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma). The panel will be a hybrid event with registration required for virtual participants. Click here to register. 


Artist Talk: Méadhbh O’Connor  

Thursday, April 11th at 6:00 PM EST (virtual) 

Meet Talamh agus Teanga featured artist Méadhbh O’Connor as she shares her sculptural and multi-media installation practice focusing on the intersection of science and the environment. MoFA’s exhibition marks the first time O’Connor’s artwork will be shown in the United States. Learn about her site-specific work, Biosystem VIII, which reflects her ongoing series of living orbs alluding to the temporality and cycle of life and the artist’s upcoming collaborations.  Click here to register.


SEVEN Opening Reception

Friday, April 12, 6-8 PM

The Florida State University Department of Art is pleased to announce SEVEN, an exhibition of works by FSU’s 2024 Master of Fine Arts graduating class: Kim Brown, Kat Chudy, Athena Nugent, Channing Salazar, Iris Schaer, Morgan Smith, and Mimi Tran. Held at the Museum of Fine Arts, SEVEN offers a diverse collection of contemporary artworks spanning sculpture, cinema, painting, and multimedia projects. Each of the seven artists brings forth their distinct narratives as well as their culmination of artistic research of three years. They invite audiences to engage with their themes of cultural identity, migration, memory, and the body. On view from April 12 – May 4, 2024.


Make It with MoFA: Book Structures

Thursday, April 18th, 6:00-8:00 PM and Saturday, April 20th, 12:00-2:00 PM

Inspired by the exhibition All Hands on Deck: 15 Years of Collaboration with Small Craft Advisory Press join MoFA interns Caelen and Gabby as they teach you how to create three different book structures a Jacob’s Ladder book, Flip Flap book, and a sewn pamphlet. This event is free and open to the public and all materials are provided.


Game Night

Thursday April 18, at 4:30 PM

Have you ever played your way through an art gallery? Come and play some familiar board games that we’ve hacked to explore the exhibitions. Try your hand at our take on some old favorites during Game Night! Free and open to the public!


All Hands on Deck: 15 Years of Collaboration at Small Craft Advisory Press Panel Discussion

Friday, April 19th at, 1:30 PM-3 :00 PM

The crew at Small Craft Advisory Press is excited to announce the All Hands on Deck: 15 Years of Collaboration at Small Craft Advisory Press Panel Discussion. We’re diving deeper into the history of the press including its beginnings projects and methods in a discussion with some of its most important past collaborators. The panel will be moderated by Cristina Favretto Head of Special Collections University of Miami and feature AB Gorham Lee Emma Running Sandra Simonds and Jay Snodgrass. Join us at The Museum of Fine Arts Room 249!