Private Small Group Tour
Memory Mornings At the Morean
Caregivers and family members and friends with Alzheimer’s or Dementia can register for specific dates to view a work of art from the collection and have a relaxed discussion about the work.
Corporate Team Building
Every organization faces the challenge of navigating across groups and team member areas of expertise. Do your team members fully understand how the work they do contributes to the whole? Have they lost perspective on the impact that you collectively make each month, week or day?
Informed by our successful One Day Tampa Bay photography challenge, the Morean team of professional photographers and photography instructors offer a creative team building option.
Virtual Field Trips
A variety of topics listed below, all just $12.50 per student
- Color and Form – A virtual tour of the Chihuly Collection and insights on Dale Chihuly’s personal creative journey, overcoming disabilities and the critical importance of teamwork. Learn how Dale Chihuly faced personal and physical challenges in pursuit of his Art. Discover the chemistry, process and artistry of glass blowing, connecting Art and Science. See the Importance of Teamwork to the success of major art projects. Join Interactive Discussions with Glass Art Experts and more!
- Artist as Activist – Artistic Activism combines creativity and social commentary to move us emotionally to bring about social change. Quinton Merada uses his art to explore social challenges through history.
- Science of Glass Art – glass artists talk about the math, chemistry
- Math of Mud – clay art fundamentals and exploration of the steps involved in making and firing a clay piece
- Chemistry of Glazing
Creative Circles @ Morean Center for Clay
You bring your ‘creative circle’ and our Artists-in-Residence and Art Instructors will custom build an arts experience for you and your bubble. Contact Morean Center for Clay Director [email protected] for details and schedule options.
he 2020-21 Artists in Residence are seen here in the Function space of the Morean Center for Clay.
Thank you once again for expressing interest in visiting our facilities. Hopefully, this information has provided you with answers that will help you build excitement and anticipation for your visit!
After submitting your information in the Tour Request Form, the Group Sales Coordinator will respond directly to your request and will be able to answer any questions you may have. You will also receive a follow-up packet via email with information on parking, directions, and FAQs.
If questions arise, please do not hesitate to contact us, we are here to make your experience unlike any other:
(727) 822-7872 ext. 2123
Morean Arts Center/Glass Studio:
719 Central Avenue
720 Central Avenue
Morean Center for Clay:
420 22nd Street South