1040 Museum Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL 32114-4597
Tel: (904) 255-0285 Ext: 15
Fax: (904) 255-5040
Internet Address: www.moas.org
Director: Mr. Gary Russell Libby
Admission: fee: adult-$5.00, child-$1.00.
Attendance: 150,000 Established: 1971 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y Parking: free on site.
Open: Tuesday to Friday, 9am-4pm; Saturday to Sunday, noon-5pm.
Closed: Legal Holidays.
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Facilities: Galleries; Lecture Hall (268 seats); Library (5,000 volumes, non-circulating, for members); Shop.
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Activities: Education Programs (adults and children); Films; Guided Tours; Lectures;
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: exhibition catalogues; magazine, “Arts and Sciences Magazine”; members bulletin (quarterly); monograph (annual); blogs on related topics.
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MOAS presents an active schedule of temporary exhibitions, both of works on loan from other institutions and works from the permanent collection. The permanent collection at the Museum is divided into four groups. The .African Collection is displayed in order to foster an appreciation of the different forms and uses of traditional African art and cultural objects.
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There a broad selection of masks, sculpture, religious objects, weaponry, and decorative arts from eleven African cultural groups including the Hirshhorn Collection of Asante Gold. The Cuban Collection contains 18th-, 19th-, and early 20th-century maps, documents, lithographs, paintings, furniture, sculpture, and ceramics. The Dow Gallery of American Arts is a chronological survey of 17th- through 19th-century fine and decorative arts.
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There are portraits by Stuart, Blackburn, Jennvs, Sully, Morse, and Elliott; landscapes by Bonfield, Moran, Cropsey. Sonntag, Inness, Enneking, Vedder. and Durand; and still-lifes and seascapes by Raphaele Peale, Audubon, Waugh. Heade, Jacobsen, and Buttersworth. Finally, the Bouehelle Gallery exhibits decorative arts, including Meissen, Berlin, and Vienna porcelain; Staffordshire pottery; English and American silver; collections of bronze and glass, and the Levine Collection of Antique Jewelry.