Shape Shifting: 35 Years of Late Modernist Prints, an exhibit curated from the museum’s permanent collection, includes several newly acquired works. Featuring abstraction, geometric shapes and eye-catching color schemes, Shape Shifting also shines a light on Hispanic and Latine artists, as well as Florida’s historical connections to Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA) this semester presents three exhibitions that explore themes of nature, love and form. The exhibitions underscore the MoFA mission of connecting FSU and the broader community to the arts.
The Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts is excited to announce Boundless Terrain, a new exhibit coming to the museum from August 22 through December 10, which will explore the natural world as a site of connection through time and space.
A collaborative project between Florida State University Libraries and the FSU Honors Program presents “It’s A Lot Like Falling in Love: Legacies of Naiad Press and the Tallahassee Lesbian Community,” on display June 9-Oct. 29 at the Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA).
Join us Thursday, June 9th, from 6:00-8:00 PM to open our summer exhibitions: It’s A Lot Like Falling in Love: Legacies of Naiad Press in the Tallahassee Lesbian Community and Shape Shifting: 35 Years of Late Modernist Prints. We hope you see you there! Read more about the exhibitions below.
January 12 – March 18, 2023 Found footage filmmaking is a practice involving reappropriating and remixing previously shot or created materials for new, innovative purposes. This new exhibition, curated by