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1 E Las Olas Blvd Fort Lauderdale FL 33301
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Status: Closed

Sunday
Closed
Monday
9:00am-5:00pm
Tuesday
9:00am-5:00pm
Wednesday
9:00am-5:00pm
Thursday
9:00am-5:00pm
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The NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale is one of South Florida's major cultural attractions. It is located in the downtown entertainment district and hosts varied exhibits and cultural activities throughout the year. Under the Studio Arts Program, visitors can take part in the educational art classes where one can learn about painting, drawing, design and music from professional artists. Permanent...

NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale is a dynamic cultural hub located between Miami and Palm Beach on vibrant Las Olas Boulevard in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale's arts district. The museum's distinctive modernist building, which opened in 1986, was designed by the renowned architect Edward Larrabee Barnes. NSU Museum of Art's permanent collections contain more than 6,000 works, including...

A dynamic destination and cultural hub, home to permanent collections of Latin American, Glackens, CoBrA art, distinguished exhibitions, events, & studio school

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Currently in an Edward Larrabee Barnes–designed building that's considered an architectural masterpiece, activists started this museum in a nearby storefront more than 50 years ago. Now part of Nova Southeastern University and under the leadership of Chief Curator Bonnie Clearwater of MOCA (Musuem of Contemporary Art Miami) fame, the museum hosts world-class touring exhibits and has an...

Housed in a postmodern building shaped like a slice of pie, this museum is now attracting big-name temporary shows thanks to its well-connected new director, Irvin Lippman, who's spent time at the National Gallery in D.C. Until March 2010, it's home to the "With You I Want to Live" an eclectic exhibit of art from the 1960s and 1970s; the King Tut exhibit was on view in 2006, and it was one of...

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A fantastic modern-art facility, the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale has permanent collections, including those from William Glackens; the CoBrA Movement in Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam, with more than 200 paintings; 50 sculptures; 1,200 works on paper from 1948 to 1951, including the largest repository of Asger Jorn graphics outside the Silkeborg Kunstmuseum in Denmark; stunning Picasso...

With a fondness for edgy exhibits, the museum's eclectic collection continues to surprise and delight.

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Renowned architect Edward Larabee Barnes designed the iconic building with stately stone curves and modern glass accents. A soaring lobby leads to grand and intimate galleries...

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I visit the Museum when I am in Fort Lauderdale, being careful to check up on what exhibitions are on. Wisely I did so, or I might have gone last week and been disappointed as their current … I visit the Museum when I am in Fort Lauderdale, being careful to check up on what exhibitions are on. Wisely I did so, or I might have gone last week and been disappointed as their current exhibition only...

To this ex new Yorker, the NSU Art Museum feels much like a very large gallery rather than a museum. So, definitely not an all day affair, but delightful nonetheless. At the time of this … To this ex new Yorker, the NSU Art Museum feels much like a very large gallery rather than a museum. So, definitely not an all day affair, but delightful nonetheless. At the time of this review, Frank Stella...

This is a must see, the museum is fantastic. The perfect place to see an exhibit. Mr. Stella made the museum even more beautiful. What a collection.

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Currently one can see the "From within and without" the history of Haitian Photography until October 4, 2015. Thursday are Free from 4:30 to 8pm. A must see exhibition!

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The NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale is one of South Florida's major cultural attractions. It is located in the downtown entertainment district and hosts varied exhibits and cultural activities throughout the year. Under the Studio Arts Program, visitors can take part in the educational art classes where one can learn about painting, drawing, design and music from professional artists. Permanent...

Museum Of Art, Inc. is located at 1 E Las Olas Blvd in Fort Lauderdale and has been in the business of Museum since 1963.

NSU Art Museum, housed in a distinctive modernist building with outstanding exhibitions, collection, programs and studio school.

The museum houses more than 25,000 square feet of exhibition space and the 250-seat Horvitz Auditorium. The 6,200-work permanent collection includes ceramics by Pablo Picasso, contemporary Cuban art and the Northern European CoBrA avant-garde movement, 500 works by American realist painter William Glackens

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When to Go

The museum itself is spacious and rarely crowded, though the adjacent parking garages may fill up during weekends and area festivals. The museum is closed on Tuesdays.

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Get your fill of culture for free every second Tuesday of the month--a perfect opportunity for those on a budget.

Save Money

The Las Olas Park Place parking garage may seem to be a bargain at $2 for the first hour and $1 for every additional hour, but the City Park garage is even cheaper at a flat rate of $1 an hour.

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