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Visitors are charged no entrance fee to the museum, and many interpretive programs are free and open to the public. While the SFSC budget supports MOFAC’s administrative expenses, private dollars and government grants fund the museum’s programs and exhibits. The museum’s success depends on the dedication and generosity of its many sponsors and donors. Please consider joining the Friends of MOFAC!
The Friends of MOFAC is an ongoing program of the museum. As a Friend of MOFAC, your contribution will help:
For more information about the Friends program, call Megan Stepe at (863) 784-7240 or via e-mail, email@example.com
|Pioneers||(cumulative pledges over 5 years)|
Pioneers receive lifetime recognition.
|Partner||$750 — 1,000|
|Colleague||$500 — 749|
|Fellow||$250 — 499|
|Associate||$100 — 249|
|Patron||Up to $99|
All Friends of MOFAC will receive:
Do you have an admiration for the visual arts? Do you have an interest in Florida history, archaeology or art? Come join us for an enriching, educational experience as a docent for MOFAC.
What does a docent do?
The docent greets visitors and helps them to enjoy and benefit from looking at the art and exhibits. As a docent, you will provide an interesting, entertaining, and educational aspect to the viewing experience. Docents volunteer one hour, two hours, or more on a weekly basis during the regular museum hours.
Do I need to know about Florida history and art to be a docent?
No. As a MOFAC docent, you will have an opportunity to attend docent training workshops, read materials available in the museum, and learn about the exhibits. Monthly docent training workshops are planned during the lunch hour and will cover such topics as archaeology, the Highwaymen, art history topics and Florida history.
For more information, call Megan Stepe at (863) 784-7240 or via e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Erasure Poetry by Melanie Hubbard
Land of Promise
“ Every great work of art has two faces, one toward its own time and one toward the future, toward eternity. ”
- Daniel Barenboim