Art & History Museums - Maitland
The Art & History Museums - Maitland (A&H) Maitland Art Center is looking for someone with experience in laying brick or patio pavers to help level and set a few areas along our main campus walkway. Hours and scheduling are flexible and materials will be provided by A&H. Please contact us if you are interested in lending your time to assist us with this project.
The Research Studio (the original name of the A&H’s Maitland Art Center) was founded in 1937 by visionary artist and architect Jules André Smith, with the patronage of Mary Louise Curtis Bok, as a colony that provided a place for artists to live, experiment with new art forms and escape the demands of daily life.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Art & History Museums - Maitland
231 W Packwood Ave., Maitland, FL 32751, US
We engage the public by educating, collecting, preserving, interpreting, exhibiting, and promoting art and history reflective of the American experience inspired by Maitland’s heritage and the legacy of André Smith’s Research Studio. Through our multidisciplinary collections, unique architectural environment, and inspirational programming, we stimulate thought, spark the imagination, enrich the spirit, and foster appreciation in art, historical research, and preservation.
The Art and History Museums Maitland formed by the 2010 merger of the Maitland Art Center and Maitland Historical Society, strives to promote, engage and educate all visitors about visual art and history through exhibitions, tours, classes, programming, special events, research services and volunteer opportunities.