Foosaner Art Museum Facilities

The Foosaner Art Museum, Florida Institute of Technology owns three non-contiguous buildings located in a complex which includes the Art Museum of 14,966 square feet, the Harris Community Auditorium of 2,274 square feet, and the Renee Foosaner Education Center which is 11,300 square feet. Museum square footage totals 28,540.

The Renee Foosaner Education Center is composed of studio and gallery space. In May of 2013, the Frits van Eeden Gallery was dedicated to showcase art works created by area art educators.  The rest of the building is used for classrooms: a large painting and drawing studio, a pottery studio with ten wheels and several kilns, and a printmaking studio. All classrooms are physically-challenged accessible.

The Harris Community Auditorium is 2,274 square feet and is used for lectures, demonstrations, meetings, and performances. It seats 100 and is physically-challenged accessible.

The Art Galleries are 7,500 square feet; collection storage 800 square feet, business office, shop, and storage comprise the remaining 6,666 square feet.

The Museum is located near the Indian River (Intercoastal waterway), one block from US1, five miles from I-95. It is in the Eau Gallie Arts District and is across the street from the Eau Gallie Public library, next to the Eau Gallie Civic Center, and near numerous specialty and antique shops. The Museum has a Museum Store. A parking lot adjacent to the Museum with landscaped areas are also owned and monitored by the Museum. Total land is approximately one and a half acres.