For people living in South Florida, the Coral Springs Museum of Art is one of the must visit places. It’s great city museum that frequently showcases a variety of interesting art and special events. The museum also includes a small library, study area, and a gift shop. Here you can find some of the most interesting exhibits and they always announce on their official website all the upcoming events. They offer excellent classes for both children and adults. Their knowledgeable staff is friendly and always helpful to everyone visiting the art museum. The museum is housed together with the city’s theater in the same building, the Coral Springs Center for the Arts. Great performances can be always enjoyed at the theatre. The museum is small in size but offers a lot in terms of world class quality art and enough fun activities for families and kids. Most people visiting the museum spend about two hours on average. The best thing to do before visiting is to check online what upcoming events and exhibits are on display as some are not permanent. Parking is free and when you visit also walk outside around the gardens to see the beautiful murals and art.
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About Coral Springs Museum of Art
What began late in 1996 as a City project to build a comprehensive recreation and community center, soon turned into The Coral Springs Center for the Arts – a performance theater and art museum. Housed in the impressive 30,000 square foot center for the arts building is the equally impressive Coral Springs Museum of Art which was incorporated in January of 1997.
With its beautiful, open architectural design, and atrium view, coupled with its warm and inviting ambiance, the Museum is unlike any other cultural institution – it is a unique place for all to experience the passion and beauty of the visual arts. Throughout the organization’s tenure, the profound philosophy that art is for everyone remains, and the Museum is unwavering in its commitment in demolishing the stigma associated with art museums…Read More
Coral Springs Museum of Art
Opened in 1997, the focus of the Coral Springs Museum of Art is on highlighting present day, nationally-recognized artists and Florida artists who create traditional, Modern, Postmodern and digital art. Each year the museum also hosts an exhibition by members of the Coral Springs Artist Guild.
Recent exhibitions have included works by Pablo Cano, Scott Draves, Clyde Butcher, William Glackens and Charles Mills.
On May 9, 2015 the Coral Springs Museum of Art hosted its inaugural comic book convention, Comics Fest Coral Springs. The event featured panels on costuming, comics creation, a Quick Draw competition, and cartooning lessons, as well as vendors and an Artist Alley. Special guests included comics writer Barbara Randall Kesel, Archie Comics artist Fernando Ruiz, Charles Paul Wilson III, artist on The Stuff of Legend, DC and Marvel Comics illustrator José Delbo, Derrick Fish, creator of The Wellkeeper, illustrator Manny Cartoon, and painter Silvana Delbo.
The Coral Springs Museum of Art offers art instruction in ceramics, painting techniques, illustration, and mixed media to age levels ranging from child to adult, and operates an art camp program during the summer…Continue reading