An immersive arts experience, providing a uniquely beautiful backdrop for weddings, corporate affairs, and social events.
Day or night, grand or intimate, private events at the Museum of the American Arts and Crafts Movement showcase the fine art of entertaining with unparalleled service and attention to detail. Situated in the heart of St. Petersburg’s award-winning arts district, MAACM is close to downtown hotels and other amenities. With our attached parking garage offering ample parking, it is easy and convenient for guests to attend your special occasion.
When food and beverages are required, MAACM’s catering team will work with you to develop a menu that works within your budget without sacrificing quality, made in Ambrosia’s million-dollar kitchen. Your event is literally steps away from where the cuisine is prepared to ensure a menu as memorable as the surroundings.
Our mission is to offer exceptional service and truly genuine hospitality to all guests. We deliver more than just amazing food and drinks: we create remarkable experiences.
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Why Choose MAACM?
An event at the Museum of the American Arts and Crafts Movement offers not only remarkable drinking and dining experiences, but also new perspectives and possibilities. When your guests are touched by our ARTfully unique surroundings, the memories will stay with them long after the event is over.
When food and beverages are required, MAACM’s Executive Chef will work with you to develop a menu suited to your budget without sacrificing quality. A state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen is located just steps away from the Ballroom. Menus and Bar Price List are available upon request.
The 6,600 square-foot Collector’s Gallery Event Venue at MAACM is the perfect venue for banquets, weddings, corporate functions, celebrations, receptions, seminars, holiday parties, sales meetings, and more. Day or night, grand or intimate, this venue combines the fine art of entertaining with unparalleled service and attention to detail. The adjacent 2,000 square-foot Collector’s Gallery, the only exhibition space in the museum where drinks are allowed, offers a unique cultural connection to the Museum by exhibiting more than 75 outstanding examples of fine and decorative art from many of the Arts and Crafts movement’s most important artists.
The 3,700 square-foot banquet facility can accommodate up to 300 guests, a dance floor, and a stage for live music. Audio-visual equipment and a retractable projection screen are also available. Fifteen beautiful, vintage Doria Leuchten chandeliers, made of hand-blown Murano glass, adorn the Ballroom, providing luminous ambiance and vintage charm to your event.
The Antique Bar
Adjacent to the MAACM Ballroom, the Antique Bar area features an 18-foot-long Mont Oro bar from 1900. This bar will be utilized exclusively for your event and will offer draft and bottled beer, as well as wines, spirits, and cocktails.
The Collector’s Gallery
Installed in the Collector’s Gallery are 75 rare and important art objects from the Two Red Roses Foundation Collection. This permanent museum gallery, adjacent to the Banquet Hall, is open to events participants and is the only art gallery where drinks are allowed.
Oil paintings on display represent leading artists of the period, such as Arthur Wesley Dow, Elizabeth Fisk, Emil Carlsen, Eanger Couse, Frank Duveneck, John Enneking, Childe Hassam, Maurice Prendergast, Arthur Mathews, and Edward Potthast. The latter’s Beach at Far Rockaway achieved the American auction record for the artist of $1.5 Million. On the adjacent wall there are four display cases filled with decorative works from the Arts and Crafts movement. One case displays ceramics by Grueby, Newcomb College, Frederick Rhead, Dedham, Valentien, Crook, and the Saturday Evening Girls. Another case is exclusively dedicated to objects designed and created by a most eclectic and prolific artist of the Arts and Crafts movement, Sarah Estelle (Sadie) Irvine, who worked and taught at the Newcomb Pottery for nearly forty years. She is most definitely my favorite of all the Arts and Crafts movement artists. Works by Irvine on display include watercolors, pottery, vellum tiles, and a one-of-a-kind ceramic lamp and clock boudoir set. The remaining works of art in the gallery are a carefully selected group of oils, prints, watercolors, pastels, and gouaches, all adorned by beautiful original Arts and Crafts frames.
Exclusive access to the Collectors Gallery is part of the MAACM Ballroom's rental fee. While no food is allowed, you may enjoy sipping your wines and cocktails in this wonderful, private mini-museum.
To view a complete illustrated list of all the art objects permanently displayed in the Collector’s Gallery, click the button below.
Complete Your Event with Ambrosia Catering
No event at MAACM is complete without the finest food and beverages to accompany your special occasion. Prepared in the MAACM’s state of the art kitchens, using the freshest ingredients available, our culinary team will work with you to develop a menu that fits within your budget without sacrificing quality. The Museum’s event space is equipped with its own kitchen, so you can be assured the food prepared for your guests is made fresh on the premises and delivered to your tables directly from the kitchen rather than warming units, ensuring the highest level of customer satisfaction. While there are many quality outside caterers, the logistics of preparing the menu ahead of time, delivering it via truck and utilizing warming storage units cannot compete with fresh food prepared on-site.
MAACM Venue Rental Fees
A four-hour event length, security services, table and chair rentals, portable bar, and Museum audio-visual equipment use are included in the rental price. Select from an approved list of vendors for additional equipment and other services. For more information, please contact MAACM’s Event Manager at (727) 440-4859 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to view a complete illustrated checklist of all the art objects permanently displayed in the Collector’s Gallery, click this link.
|Room||Capacity||Rental Fee||Additional Hour (5-hour max event)|
|The Trio: The Collectors Gallery, Ballroom, and Mont Oro Bar||240 Seated
|Fountain Garden||260 Ceremony
|Grand Atrium||636 Seated