The Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA) is the foundation of the visual arts in Pensacola, offering a wide range of cultural and educational programs year round, including captivating exhibitions, artist lectures, and art classes.
Public art takes on a new level of inspiration and interactivity as the Pensacola Museum of Art at the University of West Florida, artists and independent curators Evan Levin and Ashton Howard present “CUBED.” The live painting event features artists creating unique murals on a cube, with an individual painting on each of the four …
Annual Members Juried Exhibition March 4 – April 15, 2016 Opening Reception: Friday, March 4, 5:30 - 7:30pm The Pensacola Museum of Art celebrates its 62nd annual Members’ Juried Exhibition. Exhibit entry is open to all current PMA members. This exhibition is a glimpse into the incredible level of artistic skill and excellence of artists the PMA is proud to call members. Please check back for 2016 rules and application.
X-Ray - The Art of the Brick , an exhibition featuring more than 30 large-scale sculptures created out of iconic LEGO(tm) bricks by New York-based artist Nathan Sawaya, comes to the Pensacola Museum of Art, from May to August 2014
Artist Talk: Michael Boles Date: Friday, March 20, 6pm Join the Pensacola Museum of Art on Friday, March 20 at 6pm for another fantastic Artist Talk. This Artist Talk will feature Pensacola artist Michale Boles. Boles will walk attendees through his exhibition OBJECT: Sculptures, Prints, and Drawings. The artist will also be signing copies of his exhibition catalog after his talk (until 8pm). Boles is Professor of Art at Pensacola State College’s Switzer Center for Visual Arts.
Mary Petty: The Life and Art of Mary Petty. On view July 22nd-October 8th, 2016. Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, Florida www.pensacolamuseum.org Mary Petty was the creator of the Peabody family featured on over 40 of covers for The New Yorker Magazine. Credit: Mary Petty, Fay Trying Archery, The New Yorker Magazine, July 15, 1950, cover illustration, 1950, watercolor and ink on paper, image courtesy of the Syracuse University Art Collection.