Associated with Florida Institute of Technology, the Foosaner "collects, displays, and interprets all aspects of the visual arts in ways that relate to the past, the present, and to the future."
More than 5,000 objects span 2,000 years of creative history. The Museum’s permanent collection includes works by 20th-century Central Florida artists, Asian ceramics and metalwork, Modern and Contemporary works on paper. Strengths include the photographs of Florida artist and environmentalist, Clyde Butcher; the Conill Mendoza Collection of American Industrial Design; and the world's largest collection of art the German Impressionist, Ernst Oppler.
Located along the Indian River in the Eau Gallie Arts District (EGAD). Formerly named Brevard Art Museum.