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Jan. 11 –
Jun. 30

Early Maps of Florida & Tallahassee Bicentennial

Rare and important Florida maps, paired with artifacts from local archaeological sites
Jan. 29 –
Apr. 26

The Land, the Environment, and the African Diaspora Student Exhibit

The FAMU Foster-Tanner Fine Arts Gallery in partnership with The Lola Hampton-Frank Pinder Center for Agroecology at FAMU presents a student exhibition exploring themes in and around agriculture, the environment within the African Diaspora.
Feb. 2 –
May. 18

Reflections and Reckoning: Brown v. Board of Education at 70.

Join us for the latest exhibition at the Anderson Brickler Gallery, opening on February 2nd.
Feb. 10 –
May. 4

Jacob Lawrence: Three Series of Prints

From the Collections of Dr. and Mrs. Leon Banks & Alitash Kebede Organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions
Mar. 1 –
Jan. 5

Becoming Florida's Capital

In this temporary exhibition, the Florida Historic Capitol Museum invites you to explore the historical actions and power struggles that defined early Tallahassee and led to the city Becoming Florida’s Capital.
Mar. 15 –
Apr. 28

"Drawings Through Time" by Leon Hicks

Venvi Art Gallery is pleased to present “Drawings Through Time” a solo exhibition by Leon Hicks featuring select works from his latest series of graphite drawings titled “American Boy”.
Mar. 30 –
Jun. 15

Bite From the Apple | BFA Student Exhibition, Florida State University

March 30 – June 15, 2024 Munroe Family Community Gallery
Apr. 1 –
Apr. 26

FAMU Spring 2024 Graduating Senior Art Exhibition

The opening reception will be Thursday, April 4th.
Apr. 2 –
Apr. 27

Special Exhibit: Remembering the Holocaust

Camp Gordon Johnston Museum presents a special exhibit from April 2-27, Remember the Holocaust. Open Tue-Sat 11am-5pm. Free admission.
Apr. 4 –
Apr. 21

The Producers: A Mel Brooks Musical

The zany musical based on the hit Mel Brooks Film of the same name.
Apr. 12 –
Apr. 21

Working: A Musical (2012 Revision)

Working paints a vivid portrait of the workers that the world so often takes for granted. Nominated for six Tony Awards, this classic has been updated for a modern age.

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