Cornell Fine Arts Museum
Set like a jewel on the Rollins College campus overlooking beautiful Lake Virginia, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum offers visitors a sophisticated, intimate viewing experience in one of the nation's most innovative college art museums.
Original and traveling exhibitions change seasonally and feature outstanding works of art for all tastes, from the early Renaissance to cutting-edge contemporary.
CFAM's original exhibitions are drawn from a broad range of paintings, prints, drawing, sculpture, and objects in the permanent collection that includes the works of Albert Bierstadt, Alex Katz, John Frederick Kensett, Henri Matisse, Thomas Moran, Pablo Picasso, Ed Ruscha, Tintoretto, and Tiepolo among many other artists.
Public talks, films, and educational programs offer a stimulating year-round agenda to campus and community alike.
1. To support and enrich the educational mission of Rollins College for the College’s students, faculty, staff, and alumni, as well as for the Museum’s members, and volunteers, and for the residents of and visitors to the Central Florida area.
2. To expand the knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts by developing exhibitions and other programs that use or augment the permanent collection, and/or display the finest in art – ancient to contemporary.
3. To preserve, conserve, and expand the College’s unique permanent collection, researching, interpreting, and displaying it on a regular basis.
4. To enhance the College’s curricular offerings, reach out to the local community, and support development efforts.