Museum of Florida Art & Culture
Since its opening in 2002, the Museum of Florida Art & Culture, located on the South Florida State College campus, helps preserve Florida's history through its art and archaeological collections and also serves as a venue to showcase contemporary art created in the state. Permanent collections include The Highwaymen, the collection of paintings created by African Americans living in the Indian River area; the Florida Masters Collection, which features some of the best works by contemporary Florida artists; and the Randle/Sheffield collection of 47 photographs of Seminole Indians from the 1940s. The museum is also the repository for the Kissimmee Valley Archaeological and Historical Conservancy.
The Museum of Florida Art & Culture