The Orlando Museum of Art is located in Orlando's Loch Haven Park, surrounded by a variety of other cultural destinations. The museum was founded in 1924 and is an educational institution that brings art and culture to the people in the Orlando community. The museum collects, preserves and interprets artwork, offers presentations and exhibits from local, regional and national artists, provides education programs and presents creative and inclusive programs to all segments of the populations. The museum features an extensive permanent collection of artwork and hosts about a dozen temporary exhibits each year onsite and just over a dozen off-site each year. The permanent collection includes an African Art Collection, the American Art collection from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, American Art before 1945, the Art of the Ancient Americas Collection and the Contemporary American Graphics Collection. This collection features more than 150 original, signed and numbered lithographs, silk-screen prints, etchings and wood carvings. Artists represented in the collection include Andy Warhol, Bryan Hunt, Ed Ruscha, Lesley Dill, Robert Rauschenberg, Jan Frielicher and Katherine Bowling. The museum also offers teacher in-service programs, award-winning art enrichment programs, unlimited gallery tours, lectures, video programs art luncheons, studio classes and outreach services. The museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums.