Gallery Hours

10a-5p Tuesday-Friday


All galleries are free and open to the public


September 1-November 18

In the years since the art world discovered them, much has been made of the Florida Highwaymen--the loosely knit band of African American painters whose edenic Florida landscapes, created with inexpensive materials and sold out of their cars, "shaped the state's popular image as much as oranges and alligators" (New York Times). But lost in the legends surrounding the group is the story of Mary Ann Carroll, the only female "Highwayman."

Studio Gallery

September 13-November 5

The exhibit celebrates Hispanic artists & culture September 13- November 5 in our Main & Lobby Galleries and is free and open to the public.

Main Gallery

October 17-November 11

Lithographic prints memorializing World War II will be on display in the Community Gallery at Osceola Arts. The artwork is on loan from the permanent collection of the Museum of Military History in Kissimmee. Exhibition runs October 17 through November 11. For more information contact

Community Gallery



Gallery Hours


10am - 5pm

Tuesday - Friday


Galleries and Exhibit receptions are free and open to the public.


 2411 East Irlo Bronson Highway

Kissimmee, FL 34744