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Foosaner Art Museum's unique summer art camps for kids emphasize learning through direct observation of art and thoughtful art activities designed by professional art instructors and inspired by current exhibitions and the permanent collection.  More info

Each of the summer art camps introduces students to the fundamental concepts of art and also to some of the ideas and practices behind modern art. Our instructors lead activities based on art currently on display in the gallery.

2016 Art Camps

Foosaner Art Museum's unique summer art camps for kids emphasize learning through direct observation of art and thoughtful art activities designed by professional art instructors and inspired by current exhibitions and the permanent collection.   More info

Each of the summer art camps introduces students to the fundamental concepts of art and also to some of the ideas and practices behind modern art. Our instructors lead activities based on art currently on display in the gallery.

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This week we'll hear another of the Mozart piano concerti -- this one a little earlier, the ninth -- performed on period instruments including a replica of the piano that Mozart himself often played.

Next we'll take a look at a popular song of the late 1500s, and see how four different 16th-century composers arranged it both for keyboards and for instrumental ensembles.

In the second hour, we'll hear a set of Satie's piano miniatures, Debussy's La Mer, and a ballet suite by Hindemith.

  Florida Tech to Hold
‘Celebration of the Bard’ Movies, Discussions Open to Public 

On the anniversary of his death 400 years ago, William Shakespeare is getting the Florida Tech treatment: high tech with a human touch.  From movies to social media to panel discussions, “Four-Ever Shakespeare: A Celebration of the Bard,” will take a multimedia approach to appreciating and understanding one of the English language’s greatest writers. The three-day celebration is organized by Florida Tech’s School of Arts and Communication and Evans Library.


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The Jazz Cats, led by bandleader and trombonist, Joel Greenblatt and guitarist Phil Coe, will make Eau Gallie Square into the hippest joint in town on Saturday, June 4, 2016, at 7 pm. Their repertoire ranges from the sultry sounds of Ella Fitzgerald to the energetic style of The Cherry Poppin' Daddies. Please contact the EGAD office to discuss a premiere sponsorships with preferred reserved seating, bottle service and VIP parking. Reserved seating on the lawn.

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