Harn Museum of Art
The Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art is one of the largest university-affiliated art museums in the United States. The permanent collections features African, Asian, modern and contemporary art and photography. The Harn is the permanent home of Claude Monet’s “Champ d’avoine (Oat Field).”
The Harn Museum of Art opened in 1990, dedicated to promoting the power of the arts to inspire and educate people and enrich their lives. More than 8,300 works are represented in the museum’s various collections, which include photography and Asian, African, modern and contemporary art. The museum also displays numerous traveling exhibitions throughout the year. The Harn sponsors educational programs including lectures, films, interactive activities and family and school events.
Museum Nights, sponsored by the University of Florida’s Office of the Provost, Student Government,and Honors Program opens the museum doors the second Thursday of every month from 6 -9 p.m. Museum Nights is an interactive after-hours museum experience featuring art-making activities, performances guest lecturers and tours.