NSU Art Museum is Now Open
NSU Art Museum reopened to the public on Tuesday, September 15. For the safety of all visitors, staff and volunteers, there will be new health and safety guidelines in place, which include social distancing, reduced capacity, face coverings and enhanced cleaning and disinfection protocols.
Extended and New Exhibitions
We have extended the closing dates of Transitions and Transformations; I Paint My Reality: Surrealism in Latin America and William J. Glackens: From Pencil to Paint. Our first new exhibition of the 2020/2021 season opens on November 21 with works by 13 preeminent South Florida artists who are recipients of the 2020 South Florida Cultural Consortium awards.
Museum Café and Store
The Museum Café is open with a limited take-out menu and OUTDOOR ONLY seating in the breezeway. The Museum Store is also reopening.
Free Sunny Days Launches October 1
Starting Thursday, October 1, Free First Thursday Sunny Days, presented by AutoNation, offers free admission to all visitors on the first Thursday of every month from 11 AM – 5 PM. Due to building capacity limits, we have discontinued Free First Thursday Starry Nights until further notice.
We will also continue to provide a diverse and engaging range of digital content that includes a new online database with access to more than 3,000 works in the Museum’s collection, along with art and educational activities, lectures and other online events.
New Health and Safety Guidelines
The Museum will conduct temperature checks for all visitors and employees entering the museum. Individuals registering temperatures of 100.4 will not be admitted.
All guests and staff over the age of two are required to wear a facial covering while in the Museum.
Museum capacity is limited to 25 percent capacity at all times. If the Museum is at full capacity, we will ask visitors to wait outside until the number of guests decreases, or to return at another time.
Several of the interactive works in our exhibitions have been temporarily modified or closed to follow health and safety guidelines.
All guests are asked to remain six feet apart from each other in order to follow physical distancing guidelines.
Hand sanitizing stations have been installed throughout the Museum for visitor convenience, and signage is in place to reinforce required physical distancing and proper personal hygiene.
Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting are conducted throughout the Museum. Special high-use, public spaces are cleaned and disinfected more frequently.
We encourage all guests to be vigilant and advise our security and staff team of any concerns regarding health and safety at the Museum.
No luggage is permitted inside the Museum. NO Backpacks are permitted in the Museum.
Visitors are advised to check nsuartmuseum.org prior to their visit for the latest updates.
Hours and Admission
Noon – 5 PM
Free First Thursday ‘Sunny Days’
11 AM – 5 PM
Tuesday – Saturday
11 AM – 5 PM
General Admission Ticket Pricing
Seniors and Military: $8
Students (13-17) and college students (with a valid ID): $5
FREE for NSU Art Museum Members, NSU students, faculty and staff, and children 12 and under.
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Open limited hours 11 – 3 PM Christmas Eve and New Years Eve.
Closed on July 4.
Tours are available for groups or live virtual tours are available by contacting the group sales office at 954-262-0204 or email us at the link below.
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Become a member today and gain free access to most of our events as well as invitations to special members only occasions.
Ticket pricing may change for special ticketed exhibitions.
The Museum requires visitors to leave backpacks of any size, shopping bags, umbrellas, etc behind the Admissions desk.
Photography, cell phone usage, food or beverages are not permitted in the galleries.
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