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This Summer in the Maitland Historical Museum - People have lived in the area now known as Maitland for centuries. Meet some of the most notable residents - including a former first lady, an inventor, and many more in this surprising historical exhibition! Sponsored by Duke Energy. Enjoy complementary admission to our museums throughout People of Maitland's opening weekend (2/26 - 2/28), provided by Duke Energy!Find out more »
On Seeing Segovia Paintings, Etchings, and Story by Jules André Smith Do you need a vacation? Experience the sights and sounds of majestic Spain this summer as the Art and History Museums of Maitland presents On Seeing Segovia in the Maitland Art Center galleries. One hundred years ago, Art Center founder Jules André Smith traveled from Paris to Segovia, Spain during the spring of 1921. He recorded his adventure in dozens of drawings, etchings, watercolors, paintings and a witty…Find out more »
This Fall in the Maitland Historical Museum -- Learn how Maitland’s history has been shaped by the arrival of the train line in the 1870’s, and by the invention of the automobile and later by the construction of I-4 which bifurcates the city. Did you know there was once a short take-off and landing strip on the shores of Lake Sybelia?
This exhibition is sponsored by Duke Energy.
This fall, immerse yourself in the vibrant imagination of celebrated Central Florida artist Victor Bokas as the Art and History Museums of Maitland presents Victor Bokas: A Bold & Colorful Journey at the Maitland Art Center galleries. Having grown up in the Florida panhandle, Bokas’ work evokes the beauty of the Gulf Coast’s natural environment with playfulness and whimsy, often combining the region’s iconic tropical landscapes with familiar Floridian kitsch. Into this mix he frequently uses imagery inspired by his vintage flea market collection as well as his Greek heritage, often incorporating classical sculptures and columns into his paintings and collages. The exhibition will debut an exciting selection of Bokas' newest paintings and mixed-media works created over the last two years. Featured will be more than 30 colorful palm tree variations, 60 collages celebrating the artists' birthday, bird cages decorated with flowers, and large collages.Find out more »