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November 3 & 4, 2020

10am - 4pm 

Orlando Museum of Art

The Orlando Foundation for Architecture will be hosting the 2nd Annual OFA Art Show, which will take place at the Orlando Museum of Art. The art show will be open to the public according to new safety guidelines set by the Orlando Museum of Art (OMA). 


As the Orlando Foundation for Architecture promotes public understanding and appreciation of architecture and design, art with a theme related to “Architecture and Design” is encouraged, but not required. The OFA will be hosting an online auction through our website running for two weeks before the show, for the art indicated for sale. 


The winning entries will be selected to be exhibited during the Orlando Museum of Art 'First Thursday' on November 5th.


  • Professionally Juried Show Awarding 1st, 2nd and 3rd Ribbons. 

  • People’s Choice Award

  • Artist participation is open to the public

  • Purchased art to remain on display till the end of the Art Show

  • Purchases of pieces going on to the Orlando Museum of Art Show will be available for pick-up after that date

  • Online art auction to run for two weeks before the show at the OMA. Starting price as listed by the artist.

  • Deadline to enter is October 11th Sunday midnight.

**This event is neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Orlando Museum of Art.



Members - $7

Non-Members - $15​

**Tickets are also available for purchase at OMA. Discount for OFA Members is only available through purchase on our website. Ticket purchases through our website benefit the OFA. Ticket includes full access to Orlando Museum of Art Collections, OFA Art Show, and Jefre Manuel's Exhibit: Points of Connection

Thank You to Our Event Sponsors

By registering to any of the OFA events, I give permission to OFA, and/or parties designated by OFA, to photograph/video me and use such photograph(s)/video(s) in all forms of media, for any and all promotional purposes including advertising, display, audiovisual, exhibition or editorial use.

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