The Charles Hosmer - Morse Museum of American Art



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Member Programs

Morse Museum members are provided with opportunities throughout the year to preview new exhibitions, socialize with other members, see art beyond Winter Park’s borders, and hear from the Museum’s leadership about Morse activities. Also, on five days during the year, the Morse doubles the member discount in the Museum Shop as a show of appreciation. To view Morse programs and events by month, click here for the Museum’s online calendar.

2020–2021


Member Appreciation Days

Take 20 percent off your purchase in the Museum Shop on select Tuesdays (sale merchandise excluded).

October 27, 2020

February 9, 2021

April 6, 2021

August 24, 2021


Member Holiday Appreciation

Take 20 percent off your purchase in the Museum Shop for the week (sale merchandise excluded).

Tuesday, December 8, through Saturday, December 12, 2020


Morse Mondays

At Morse Mondays, staff and other lecturers give talks on topics related to the collection and its era. This season, the programs are virtual. In the fall, the Museum completes its docent training course, presenting core information about American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933) and other late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century artists represented at the Morse. Sessions in the winter and spring highlight Tiffany jewelry designer Meta Overbeck (1879–1956); women muralists in the nineteenth century; Tiffany as a collector; and conservation techniques. All programs begin at 9:45 am and are held online. Members of the Museum are welcome to join us for these informational and educational meetings, however, space is limited and reservations are required. For information on how to register, contact us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call (407) 645-5311, extension 115. 

Monday, October 26

Tiffany’s Quest of Beauty: 1916 to 1933.
Betsy Peters, Director of Programs. 

Monday, November 30

Tiffany Epilogue: 1933 to present.
Jennifer Perry Thalheimer, Curator and Collection Manager.

Monday, January 25

Big Talent in Little Arcadia—Meta Overbeck’s Work for Louis C. Tiffany.
Jennifer Perry Thalheimer, Curator and Collection Manager. 

Monday, February 22

Monumental Women: Mural Painting in the Long Nineteenth Century and the Victorian Woman Artist.
Regina Palm, Curator of American Painting. 

Monday, March 29

Avid and Eclectic: Louis C. Tiffany as a Collector.
Betsy Peters, Director of Programs. 

Monday, April 26

Fundamentals of Conservation.
Diana Galante, Art Conservator, Orlando. 

     
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Inside the Jeannette G. and Hugh F. McKean Pavilion
  • Inside the Jeannette G. and Hugh F. McKean Pavilion, Winter Park.