The Charles Hosmer - Morse Museum of American Art



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PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

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ON EXHIBIT

  • Celebrating 75 Years—Pathways of American Art at the Morse Museum

    The Morse Museum opened its doors 75 years ago on February 17, 1942, to provide the community with an opportunity to make art a part of their daily lives. The Morse was founded by Jeannette McKean (1909–89), granddaughter of Chicago industrialist and Winter Park philanthropist Charles Hosmer Morse, and led for nearly a half century by Hugh McKean (1908–95), an artist, art professor, and for 18 years president of Rollins College. Our 75th anniversary is an occasion to reaffirm the McKeans’ vision for the Museum’s role in the community and to celebrate the values that have steered the institution since its inception and which make it a distinctive benefaction.

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  • Revival & Reform—Eclecticism in the 19th-Century Environment

    Revival & Reform provides a rare look at the diversity of the decorative arts in the latter nineteenth and very early twentieth centuries rather than one focused on a discrete art and design movement of the period such as Art Nouveau or Arts and Crafts.

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  • The Now and Then Room

    This new vignette, adapted from a 1974 original that Jeannette Genius McKean (1909–89) installed at Opera Gala Guild’s Decorator Show House in the historic Grace Phillips Johnson house in College Park.

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  • Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Laurelton Hall

    The Morse Museum’s new wing provides, for the first time, long-term public access to its collection of art and architectural objects from Louis Comfort Tiffany’s celebrated Long Island home, Laurelton Hall.

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Tuesday-Saturday

1:00-4:00 p.m.
Sundays

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Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday

9:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
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Sundays
Closed Monday
and major holidays