The Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) is set to embark on an inspiring journey with a groundbreaking initiative, “Access for All at OMA,” generously supported by the Art Bridges Foundation’s Access for All Program. This transformative initiative seeks to redefine the art experience by enhancing accessibility through admission-free third Thursdays, expanded hours, engaging programming, community outreach, and strategic partnerships.
The festivities kicked off on Thursday, January 18, 2024, coinciding with the commencement of OMA’s year-long Centennial Celebration. The event included live-painting of a Centennial mural by local muralist Delia Miller. Attendees were invited to contribute to this legacy project, showcasing the collaborative spirit of the community.
“We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with Art Bridges and to make art experiences more available to the entire Orlando community,” says Cathryn J. Mattson, OMA Executive Director & CEO. “We look forward to welcoming everyone, especially those who haven’t attended before, to the museum to enjoy the galleries and special events on Access for All at OMA.”
“Access for All at OMA” continues throughout 2024, including free admission every third Thursday, providing ample opportunities for the community to immerse themselves in the rich world of art. The initiative aims to introduce a diverse audience to the enriching experience of art, fostering a sense of belonging and inspiration.
If you’re passionate about art, community, and accessibility, mark your calendars to join the celebration at the Orlando Museum of Art, located at 2416 N Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803. For tickets and more information, visit www.omart.org. Don’t miss out on this vibrant and inclusive celebration of art! #AccessForAllAtOMA #ArtCelebration #OrlandoArtScene