The Vero Beach Museum of Art

The Vero Beach Museum of Art is the fulfillment of the combined efforts of two community-based arts groups: the Vero Beach Art Club, a nonprofit organization established in 1936; and the Alliance for the Arts, a separate nonprofit established in 1978 solely to create a regional Museum for the appreciation and teaching of the arts and humanities. The partnership raised $2.5 million from local private sources. The Vero Beach Museum of Art opened its doors to the public on January 31, 1986. Renovated and expanded in 1998-99, the arts facility now features five art galleries, sculpture garden, sculpture park, an education wing with seven studio classrooms, an art library, seminar rooms, outdoor studio and foundry, a 250-seat auditorium, museum store, and ideal spaces for art installations, performances, and public programs. The Vero Beach Museum of Art provides cultural leadership and enrichment for the public through a wide variety of educational, studio art and humanities programs; a diversity of quality exhibitions; and the collection, preservation and presentation of important American and international works of art. The Vero Beach Museum of Art is recognized locally, regionally and nationally for the significance of its exhibitions, the excellence of its collections and the exceptional quality of its interdisciplinary public programs, Museum Art School, educational offerings, Board and Staff.

Other C3D Reports

Vero Beach Museum of Art Economic Impact

This document shows the impact in all economic sectors as presented in the online impact model. PDF Here.

Vero Beach Museum of Art Summary

This report describes the overall economic impact of the museum on its community. PDF Here.

Measuring the impact of culture using hedonic analysis

Measuring the impact of culture using hedonic analysis. 2010. Stephen Sheppard. PDF Here.

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