Jiha Moon: Double Welcome, Most Everyone's Mad Here
Featuring over 50 works, Korean-American artist Jiha Moon blurs the lines between Western and Eastern iconography. This exhibition will be on view June 22 – August 12, with an Opening Reception & Artist Talk on June 29.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: Call for High School Artists
The Mennello Museum of American Art is calling for artists currently enrolled in high school to present two or three-dimensional artworks that explore the theme of our future for an upcoming exhibition. Deadline to submit an application is June 25, 2018.
Yoga in the
Start your Sunday morning out blissfully with a relaxing lakeside flow in the Mennello Museum's sculpture garden. Practice is held the last Sunday of every month.
5 Earl Cunningham Facts to Impress Friends and Family When You Visit The Mennello Museum
Planning a trip to the Mennello Museum of American Art? Check out these Earl Cunningham facts to impress your friends and family!
The Mennello Museum of American Art is the perfect place to host your unique intimate party, board meeting, conference, or special event.
NEW! Pet Membership
The Mennello Museum of American Art is raising awareness for our Marilyn L. Mennello Sculpture Garden, and offering your pet (dog, cat, bird) the unique opportunity to become a Mennello Museum Pet Member!
Free Family Funday
Every second Sunday of the month is Free Family Funday! Join us at the museum for a miniature fine art project and then take a tour of the exhibits! Each Free Family Funday has a different theme based on the current exhibition in the museum.
Mennello Museum receives largest gift ever and support for expansion
The Mennello Museum is receiving its largest gift ever from founder Michael A. Mennello — 14 paintings and 5 sculptures (appraised at $8.75 million.) With this gift, Orlando Mayor Dyer announced his support for an extended term agreement and plans to allow for expansion on adjacent city-owned land.
Mennello Museum of American Art Welcomes 8 New Board Members to its Friends of the Mennello Museum of American Art