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64th Annual Youth Art Focus

​The Pensacola Museum of Art, in partnership with Escambia County School District and the PMA Guild, present the 64th Annual Youth Art Focus in recognition of National Youth Art Month. This exhibition highlights art students and art educators of Escambia County schools. The exhibition serves as a celebration of the strong artistic achievements of K …
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Metaphor as Manifestation

Metaphor as Manifestation is an exhibition of works by Jasper Johns (b. 1930 )and Robert Motherwell (1915-1991), two very significant and well known artists of the post-World War II and contemporary periods. The exhibition features prints produced in cross-disciplinary collaborative efforts between Motherwell and the Spanish poet Rafael Alberti (1902-1999); and Jasper Johns and the …
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Crossing Boundaries: Art and The Future of Energy

Crossing Boundaries: Art and The Future of Energy National Juried Exhibition features invited and juried artists whose trans-disciplinary works attend to and contemplate issues such as the future of clean energy, eco-aesthetics, eco-justice, sustainability, social practice and the environment, the intersections of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) that are contextualized through aesthetic practices. …
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63rd Annual Members Juried Exhibition

​​The Pensacola Museum of Art celebrates its 63rd Annual Members Juried Exhibition. The PMA takes this opportunity each year to highlight our talented members and showcase their works on the Museum walls. The Museum is very proud to continue this beloved tradition, which continues to delight visitors every year. This exhibition is a glimpse into …
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The Reflected Self: A Cultural History of Portraiture

The Reflected Self is a site for interaction, exploration and discovery by allowing museum goers to engage with the portraiture genre as both spectator and participant. Selected works from the PMA permanent collection and loan are exhibited in salon style offering a closer look at artists like, Vivian Maier, Picasso, Gilbert Stuart, and more. This …
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Modern Masters: Twentieth Century Prints

​Twentieth century art, often referred to as Modern Art, actually began in the late nineteenth century with the movements of Post-Impressionism, Art Nouveau, and Symbolism. Artists began to question the notion of imitating nature and self-consciously emphasized the materials of painting – leaving visible brush strokes, areas of blank canvas and purposefully distorting points of …
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Fear & Folly

Despite living in different centuries, Francisco Goya’s (1746-1828) and Federico Castellon’s (1914-1971) body of work often draws sharper relationships to one another than to their contemporaries in their attention to the darker and complex side of the human condition. This exhibition features two important print series produced by the artists from the Kalamazoo Institute of …
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Cubed: Mural Festival

CUBED was a Twelve Day Outdoor Mural Installation held November 2, 2017 – November 12, 2017 in downtown Pensacola at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza as part of Pensacola Foo Foo Festival presented by CUBED and the Pensacola Museum of Art. CUBED has been relocated to its current exhibition place here at Museum Plaza …
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Hustle: Museum of Spectacle

Hustle will be on view from June 12, 2018 through August 5, 2018 in the Lewis Bear Family & Greenhut Construction Galleries, as well as, the Stairwell Galleries and The Art Studio Gallery located on the first and second floors of the museum. The exhibition will have an opening reception on June 29, 2018 from …
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MOPMA: 64th Annual Members of PMA Exhibition

The UWF Pensacola Museum of Art celebrates its member community with the 64th Annual Members of the PMA (MoPMA) exhibition. Art is a language that engages the mind and stimulates the senses. This exhibition features the work of artists, makers, designers, and creative thinkers from our supportive member community, and seeks to generate community dialogue …
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