Public art

in the

Historic Town of Eatonville



Advocate for art that preserves history, culture and heritage, execute and intergrate the arts into the fabric of the social and economic fabric of the Town of Eatonville.


Creative placemaking through honoring the Town of Eatonville’s history, heritage and culture by redefining spaces and story telling inwhich promotes the Town of Eatonville as a tourist destination.

Americans for the arts- Florida Public opinion on arts

Arts & Economic Impact Prosperity 5 study

The economic impact of nonprofit arts & cultural organizations 

Public Art Guide

Call for artist


  • The Moseley House Museum

    •  11 Taylor Ave, Eatonville, FL 32751

      • (407) 625-8211

  • Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts

    • 227 E Kennedy Blvd, Eatonville, FL 32751

Arts Advisory Committee

Mariah J. Roman - Chair

Curator, Visual Artist


Brittney Woods - Co-chair

Architectural Intern - Finfrock DMC,

LEED Green Associate


Julian C. Chambliss, Ph.D

Professor of History- Rollins College,

Coordinator of African-American Studies


N.Y. Nathiri

Executive Director - The Zora Neale Hurston

National Museum of Fine Arts

Maye St.Julien

Retired Educator,  Historic Preservation Board  


James Benderson

Land Use Planner


Jasmyne Reese

Neighborhood Coordinator - Eatonville Community Redevelopment Agency

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