We offer audio guides for most of our featured exhibitions. Please feel free to listen to our audio guides through your mobile device or on your computer in your home or car, on a walk, or in our galleries. Enjoy and share!
Part of our permanent collection, Hungry Planet and Material World are two exhibitions focused on showing viewers the differences between countries around the world in what they eat and what they own.
The Von Wagner Code is a unique Polk Museum of Art curated exhibition inspired by the rediscovery of a damaged, long-lost painting on the Florida Southern College campus and the exciting search for answers about its origins.
Masters of Spain: Goya and Picasso brings a rare showcase of work by two of the greatest Spanish painters of all time. Experience this exhibition as an audio tour.
Painting A Nation: Hudson River School Landscapesfrom the Higdon Collection was organized by the Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina.
In this exhibition of selected works from the Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College’s permanent collection, we will explore the concept of what it means to call something an American work of art.
Long a household name, Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) is considered to be one of the great nineteenth-century masters.