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The Museum & The Spectrum

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The Museum & The Spectrum The Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - Rainbow Artists at MOCA Jacksonville
- Beyond the Spectrum at MFA, Boston Programming for Visitors with Autism Spectrum Disorder The Museums The Collections The Mission Statements - 1,000 Works of Art
- Paintings, Prints, Photographs, Sculptures
- Focus on 1960 to the Present MOCA Jacksonville - 450,000 Works of Art
- Global Representation
- From Ancient to Contemporary
- Sculptures, Paintings, Photographs, Textiles, Jewelry, Prints
- Libraries and Archives MFA, Boston MOCA Jacksonville "The Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, a private non-profit visual arts educational institution and cultural resource of the University of North Florida, serves the community and its visitors through exhibitions, collections, educational programs, and publications designed to enhance an understanding and appreciation of modern and contemporary art with particular emphasis on works created from 1960 to the present." MFA, Boston "The Museum of Fine Arts houses and preserves preeminent collections and aspires to serve a wide variety of people through direct encounters with works of art.

The Museum aims for the highest standards of quality in all its endeavors. It serves as a resource for both those who are already familiar with art and those for whom art is a new experience. Through exhibitions, programs, research and publications, the Museum documents and interprets its own collections. It provides information and perspective on art through time and throughout the world.

The Museum holds its collections in trust for future generations. It assumes conservation as a primary responsibility which requires constant attention to providing a proper environment for works of art and artifacts. Committed to its vast holdings, the Museum nonetheless recognizes the need to identify and explore new and neglected areas of art. It seeks to acquire art of the past and present which is visually significant and educationally meaningful.

The Museum has obligations to the people of Boston and New England, across the nation and abroad. It celebrates diverse cultures and welcomes new and broader constituencies. The Museum is a place in which to see and to learn. It stimulates in its visitors a sense of pleasure, pride and discovery which provides aesthetic challenge and leads to a greater cultural awareness and discernment.

The Museum creates educational opportunities for visitors and accommodates a wide range of experiences and learning styles. The Museum educates artists of the future through its School. The creative efforts of the students and faculty provide the Museum and its public with insights into emerging art and art forms.

The Museum's ultimate aim is to encourage inquiry and to heighten public understanding and appreciation of the visual world." Finances MOCA Jacksonville (2011-2012) MFA, Boston (2011) Total Revenue: $1,242,410

Total Expenses: $1,171,023

Net Profit: $71,387 Total Support & Revenue: $101,563,000

Total Expenses: $98,925,000

Net: $2,638,000 Staff MOCA Jacksonville MFA, Boston Full-Time Paid Positions Part-Time Paid Positions Unpaid Interns Volunteers Employees Volunteers and Interns The Spectrum History Exhibitions Programming - 1924: Founded as the Jacksonville Fine Arts Society

- 1999: Named the Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art

- 2006: Received its current name MOCA Jacksonville - July 4, 1876: Opened to the public

- 1909: Moved to Huntington Avenue

- November 2010: The New MFA wing opened MFA, Boston MFA, Boston MOCA Jacksonville MOCA Jacksonville MFA, Boston - Art with a Heart
- Voice of the People
- Rainbow Artists - wordUP
- Family Art Cart
- Beyond the Spectrum Rainbow Artists Beyond the Spectrum MOCA Jacksonville MFA, Boston - Began five years ago

- Multiple visit program

- Sessions done once a week

- From school to ArtExplorium to gallery

- Goals of easing children into a new space, building confidence, and strengthening communication skills

- Exhibit children's work

- Provides a safe and understanding environment - Piloted about a year ago

- One visit program

- Program runs once a month

- From gallery to making art

- Covers specific themes related to art

- Allows for development of communication skills

- Provides a safe and understanding environment Works Cited “About Project Atrium: Gustavo Godoy.” YouTube video, 9:33. Posted by “MOCAjacksonville.” January 19, 2012.

“Behind the Scenes: Mario Testino at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.” YouTube video, 1:00. Posted by “mfaboston.” Posted October 11, 2012.

Carmen Cay Photography. Museum of Contemporary Arts/Downtown Jacksonville Library. 2012. http://jacksonville.about.com/od/gettingherestayinghere/ss/downtownwalkingtour_2.htm.

Galloway, Allison. E-mail message to presenter. October 3, 2012.

Galloway, Allison. E-mail message to presenter. October 10, 2012.

Galloway, Allison. Report: Rainbow Artists 2011-2012 Program. PDF. 2012. From Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville.

Goodwin, Hannah. E-mail message to presenter. October 10, 2012.

Gregg, Gail. “A Welcoming Oasis.” ARTnews, April 2, 2012. Accessed October 15, 2012. http://www.artnews.com/2012/04/02/a-welcoming-oasis/.

Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. “About Us.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mocajacksonville.org/about/overview/.

Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. “Collection.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mocajacksonville.org/collection/.

Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. “Community and School Programs.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mocajacksonville.org/community/.

Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. “Current Exhibitions.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mocajacksonville.org/exhibitions/.

Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. “In This Moment: Art with a Heart in Healthcare Exhibition.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mocajacksonville.org/current/awah.

Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. “Upcoming Exhibitions.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mocajacksonville.org/exhibitions/upcoming.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “About the MFA.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/about.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “The Allure of Japan.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/exhibitions/allure-japan.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Beyond the Spectrum: Adventures in Art for Children with Autism.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/programs/community-programs/beyond-the-spectrum.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Beyond the Spectrum: Adventures in Art for Children with Autism, September 8, 2012.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/programs/course/beyond-spectrum-adventures-art-children-autism-ages-8-12-2#node-18516.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Beyond the Spectrum: Adventures in Art for Children with Autism, October 13, 2012.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/programs/course/beyond-spectrum-adventures-art-children-autism-ages-8-12-0#node-24076.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Collections.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/collections.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Comparative Operation Results.” Last modified June 30, 2011. http://www.mfa.org/annual-report-2011/downloads/MFA-operatingResults2011.pdf.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Current Exhibitions.” Last modified 2012. www.mfa.org/exhibitions.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Edward Weston: Leaves of Grass.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/exhibitions/edward-weston-1.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Family Art Cart.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/programs/kids-and-family-programs/family-art-cart.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Mario Testino: In Your Face.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/exhibitions/mario-testino.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Mission Statement.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/about/mission-statement.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “The New MFA.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/about/new-mfa.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Programs.” Last modified 2012. www.mfa.org/programs.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “wordUP.” Last modified 2012. http://www.mfa.org/programs/teen-programs/wordup.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston: Educators Online. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - State. 2012. http://educators.mfa.org/galleries/slideshow/4276.

Polednik, Marcelle. Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville: 2012-2013 CSGP. PDF. 2012. From Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville.
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