Community engagement is important to us. Visit the museum, join in a program or help behind the scenes.
It’s an exciting time to work with the Harn. By supporting, collaborating and becoming involved you can join a team of people that create educational and entertaining experiences for museum visitors.
Become a Harn Intern!
Gain professional experience and use your skills to enhance and support Harn programs and exhibitions. Internships are available in all areas from marketing to education. Note our application deadlines of July 1, October 15 and March 15.
Become a Docent
Harn Museum Docents are volunteer tour guides who lead visitors in engaging discussions about museum collections and exhibitions. Through mindful study of art interpretation and touring strategies, Docents create open, welcoming and enjoyable experiences for our diverse and multigenerational audiences.
The Harn is currently recruiting inquisitive and enthusiastic adults and students ages 18+ who are interested in engaging with visitors and fostering a sense of belonging among museum audiences.
Partner With Us
From protecting precious art to helping facilitate solutions to protect precious lives, the Harn Museum of Art is proud to be a part of the University of Florida where research leads us to collaborate across departments for the greater good.
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This is Your Museum
The Harn Museum of Art belongs to you! By offering free admission, the Harn is accessible to visitors and the greater Gainesville community. With more than 100,000 visitors each year, your support is the foundation of the Harn Museum of Art’s success. The Harn relies on foundations, corporate entities and individuals like you to support exhibitions, programs and other initiatives.
Harn Partners plan thoughtful sponsorship with the Harn to address individual goals and needs while investing in specific or general program support.
Featured Partner: Homelight, Inc.
“We are happy to be able to support the Harn’s efforts towards enriching the community of Gainesville and the University of Florida.” – Homelight, Inc
“We know that children exposed to and involved in art develop better math and problem solving skills. The Harn has made its treasures very accessible to the children and young adults in our community who might not otherwise be exposed to different perspectives on life.” – Joan Prange, Owner, Prange’s Florist
“Art is a personal passion of mine so, I love being a part of the Harn. But I also feel it’s important for the business community to support the arts.” – Deborah Butler, Butler Enterprises
Art Care Conservation
“I hope the Harn continues to flourish with their collection and continues to educate the community and student body on the importance of art in our own lives and in the world. -Kelly O’Neill, Art Care Conservation
Cypress and Grove Brewing Co.
“I’m a strong believer that art exhibitions – much like movies, documentaries, and both fact and fiction literature – can change the way people view the world.” – Anna Heineman, Co-owner, Cypress & Grove
First Magnitude Brewing Co.
“Supporting the Harn is supporting the cultural growth of Gainesville. It is also supporting access to art and art education. We are honored to partner with the Harn and we are very happy to support their mission and initiatives however we can so they can continue to do their good and valuable work.” – Christine Denny, President, First Magnitude
“Giving to the Harn is our way of making sure that everyone continues to have access to the programs and exhibits. It is through access that inspiration and appreciation can develop. The world needs more of that.” – Domenic Scorpio, President/CEO, Scorpio