Work, Work, Work

Learn how artists across time periods explore themes such as this in Conversations:
A 25th Anniversary Exhibition

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Innovative + Imaginative

View works from the prosperous careers of five key faculty members in the UF Photography Department in the 1960s & 70s.

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Happening at the Harn

  • Today's Hours:
    11:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Tomorrow's Hours:
    11:00 am to 5:00 pm


Holiday Hours
We will be closed Nov. 26, Dec. 24, Dec 25 & Jan. 1.

Upcoming Events

  • Tot Time Dec 4

    Seeing Stars

    Journey through the museum and then participate in hands-on activities investigating color, shape, pattern and other “tot” interests. For children ages 2 – 4 and their families. Register today HERE!

  • Black Stains Film Screening Dec 5

    This dance film addresses the current racial climate and contrasts the media’s sensationalized perception of black men by shedding light on the frequent social injustices imposed on their lives. Creator Trent D. Williams, Jr., Assistant Professor in the UF School of Theatre and Dance will lead a discussion following the film.

  • Gallery Conversation Dec 6

    Decoding the Still Life

    Join Harn Curators and UF partners from diverse disciplines, as they explore and discuss the art in Conversations. Dulce Román, Harn Chief Curator and Curator of Modern Art; Trent D. Williams, Jr., Assistant Professor, School of Theatre and Dance; and Francesca Levy, UF Art Education student and artist will discuss "Decoding the Still Life."    


The University of Florida’s Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art collaborates with university and community partners to inspire, educate and enrich people’s lives through art. The museum brings the joy of experiencing great works of art to diverse university, community, national and global audiences through relevant and enlightening art collections, exhibitions and learning opportunities.

In the Spotlight





Kongo across the U.S.:
From Princeton to New Orleans

Laura Nemmers, Former Harn Registrar