Naples Museum of Art

The Philharmonic Center for the Arts is a non-profit organization established under the laws of the state of Florida. Our mission is to enlighten, educate and entertain people of all ages and backgrounds in Southwest Florida by presenting the very best of the visual and performing arts.

The Philharmonic Center opened 95-percent debt free in 1989 and has grown in net worth each season since, thanks to the generous support of the community.

The Phil is unique among arts centers in that it features both the performing and visual arts in a single complex and also hosts a resident orchestra. In addition to the 1,475-seat main hall and a 282-seat black box theater, the Phil has four museum-quality art galleries, which showcase traveling and exclusive exhibitions. Each season, the Phil is host to more than 400 individual events. Although the heaviest season is between October and April, the Center hosts events year-round, including summer children’s presentations. The Center also provides programs for groups and schools.

Place Categories: Art MuseumPlace Tags: illustration, paintings, printmaking and sculptures

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