NSU Art Museum

The famous NSU Art Museum is located in Fort Lauderdale. Originating in 1958, the building was designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes and now directed by Bonnie Clearwater. The Art Museum’s modernist building opened in 1986. The Glackens wing was added to the museum in the year 2001. The place is regarded as a premier destination for programs that uplifts cultural history. Its research centers include the William J. Glackens Research Collection and the Goodman Study Center for Latin American Art.