Experience our engaging small classes taught by professional teaching artists in the Tampa Bay Community. The Museum offers studio art courses and workshops located throughout Hillsborough County inspired by the Museum’s permanent collection and visiting exhibitions.

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Studio 55 - Tampa Museum of Art


Unleash your creativity with the Tampa Museum of Art’s fun vitality arts program series. Funded by E.A. Michelson Philanthropy, these programs offer a unique opportunity for adults 55 years of age and older to learn new art-making techniques, gain a sense of accomplishment, and forge new relationships.

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NextGen at the Tampa Museum of Art is a vibrant initiative to create inclusive opportunities for Tampa Bay community members in their 20s, 30s, and 40s to meet and mingle around a shared interest in art and culture.

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NextGen at the Tampa Museum of Art


Experience looking at art in a new way. Individuals and special interest groups–including those with memory impairment, PTSD and depression, substance use recovery, care partners support, ALS, and military–are invited to join us for this stress-free program of facilitated conversations and gallery activities.

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The Museum’s dynamic annual schedule of special exhibitions brings the world’s finest visual arts to the region. Join us for lectures exploring the themes behind the art with guest lecturers and specialists that take us beyond the gallery walls. Join local and national art historians, artist, and specialists for in-depth exploration of themes associated with current exhibitions.

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Partner Programs

OLLI USF at the Tampa Museum of Art

The Museum is partnering with the Osher Life Long Learning Institute at the University of South Florida (OLLI-USF) to present engaging lectures to a curious public. OLLI-USF’s mission is to provide intellectual stimulation to a diverse and growing community of learners over the age of 50. We embrace the opportunity to partner with this dynamic community organization to present lectures and lecture series that explore the arts within the Museum’s walls and beyond.

Lectures are located in the Dickey Family Lecture Hall at the Museum, unless otherwise noted. Registration rates will vary and may require OLLI or Museum membership. Check the calendar for details about upcoming lectures.

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