Recent News + Announcements

Fall Holiday Hours & Closures

The Coral Springs Museum Galleries will be closed to the public beginning November 19, 2017 until December 1, 2017. The Galleries will be prepared for 3 new Exhibitions, opening December 3, 2017.  Administration offices will be open Monday- Friday 9 am 5 pm. The Museum will be fully closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend- Thursday November 23, 2017 through Saturday November 25, 2017. There will be no classes or special programming during this time. Administration Offices will reopen Monday, November...
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Cory Bennett Anderson (Sep. 9- Nov. 18, 2017)

  Iconic Neo-POP On View: September 9, 2017- November 18, 2017 “Iconic Neo-POP”, a new show created by mixed media artist Cory Bennett, will be featured in the main gallery of the Coral Springs Museum of Art. Bennett combines pop themes, iconic images and neo-expressionist techniques to produce work that is wary of modern society. Born and raised in Las Vegas, NV urban artist Cory Bennett his own unique style of art that combines an urban “street” style with the use...
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Florida Watercolor Society (Sep. 9 – Nov. 17, 2017)

  The Florida Watercolor Society celebrates their 46th annual juried exhibition at the Coral Springs Museum of Art from September 9 to November 17, 2017, in the Museum’s East and Kuhn galleries. Iain Stewart, NWS, AWS, judges the exhibition of watermedia artists, who reside throughout the state of Florida, and is recognized as one of the top watermedia exhibits in the country.   About Florida Watercolor Society: To educate the public as to the importance of watercolor as a creative...
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Judi Regal (Dec. 2, 2017- Mar. 3, 2018)

Reflections: Past & Present   Judi Lynn Regal is an artist who works primarily in oils and watercolors. Her expertise in fine art, painting and design has spanned a period of 18 years. Regal’s contemporary works focus on light, texture and the interplay of color and form. They explore the nexus of representation and abstraction. She received her bfa in graphic design and illustration at the university of Texas in Austin. she was selected as one of only seven students...
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Luis Castaneda ( Dec. 2, 2017 – Mar. 3, 2018)

Danzzaria   Luis Castañeda was born in Havana, Cuba in 1943. Moved to Spain in 1979 and came to the United States in 1985, residing in Miami, Florida and becoming US Citizen in 1991 while constantly traveling worldwide professionally, engaged in stock photography with several prestigious agencies that represent his work in many countries, like Getty Images (USA), Alamy (UK), Mauritius (Germany) and AGE Fotostock (Spain) among others. Luis Castañeda started soon to work as a pro. His career celebrates...
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Daniel Garcia (Dec. 2 – Dec. 29, 2017)

Pa’riba, Pa’bajo, Pal’centro Y Pa’dentro   Daniel Garcia was born in Miami Beach, Florida of Puerto Rican parents.  From a young age, Daniel lived in Wynwood, known today as Miami Art District. As a child, this area was composed of factories which today have been turned into galleries and other art venues.  As a child, art was his passion, and from that early age, his parents realized his talents and helped guide him. In the 1980’s, he found his passion...
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Virginia Fifield (Mar. 11 – May 20, 2017)

Virginia Fifield is best known for her stark series of super-realistic charcoal drawings of animals and nature subjects. Her larger than life sized drawings explore themes such as our reciprocal relationship with the natural world, perceptions and beliefs of our right of ownership, and the appreciation of the spiritual connections between man and nature.  Her work aims to initiate a deeper contemplation and internal dialogue about the environment and the relationship in which we coexist.   Fifield has won numerous...
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Public Art Lecture Series: Cecilia Lueza

  February 11, 2017 1:15 – 2:15 pm Argentine-born, American-based artist and sculptor Cecilia Lueza, studied visual arts at the University of La Plata in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Today, she is well known for creating vibrant public art pieces in a range of mixed media. Throughout her career, Lueza has intensely explored a wide range of artistic media, from traditional media like painting and sculpture- in wood, metal, polyurethane, and ceramic- to much more recent resources, like installation and multimedia...
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Family FunDay: Holiday Air Plant Magnet

  Join us at 3 p.m. on Saturday, December 9, 2017 where you can design and create your very own Holiday Air Plant Magnet. Family FunDays are a great way for children and a parent or guardian to explore the museum and spend a fun afternoon together. Please arrive by 2:45 p.m.; due to the instructional nature of the program, it will begin promptly at 3 p.m. The fee for FunDay participation is $5 per person. The pre-sale rate is $4...
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Sacred Art Tour (Jan. 17 – Jan. 22, 2017)

Sacred Art Tour Tues., Jan. 17 – Sun., Jan. 22, 2017 SAVE THE DATE! The Sacred Art Tour will return to the Coral Springs Museum of Art in January for a six day event of culture, teachings, and artistic expression. (Admission & Schedule coming soon…) Eight Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery, students of H.H. Dalai Lama, will visit the Coral Springs Museum of Art to spread the monks’ message of peace, loving kindness, wisdom, and compassion while sharing...
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A Survey of Collected Works (June 6 – Aug. 26, 2017)

  Join the Coral Springs Museum of Art as it celebrates 20 years of providing art to the community with a permanent collection exhibit, starting Saturday, June 10, 2017. The Museum’s permanent collection exceeds 125 works, and features such prolific artists as Keith Haring, Hunt Slonem, Romero Britto, Andres Desjardin and Pablo Cano. Each of the pieces in the permanent collection have been acquired by or donated to the Museum throughout the past 20 years,” said Julia Andrews, Executive Director...
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Stan Slutsky (Mar. 11 – May 20, 2017)

Born in 1941, Slutsky attended Youngstown University in Youngstown, Ohio, and semi studied drafting, design and architecture in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA;   Although his technique is an outgrowth of those studies, he admits to being mostly “self-taught, uncomfortable in stuffy studio classes, too energized for workshops, and wishing to experiment first-hand”. It only takes one look at a Stanford Slutsky acrylic-painted canvas or mixed media sculptures to discover how artistically fluent he is at pure geometric and chromatic Abstraction....
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Florida Artists Group (Feb. 4 – Feb. 28, 2017)

The Florida Artists Group is made up of artists whose work has attained national or state-wide recognition, the purpose of the group is to stimulate attainment of the Highest standards of creative art within the state of Florida. The Exhibition continues through February 28, 2017.  ...
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Superintendent’s AP Studio Art Show (Jan. 6 – Jan. 30 2017)

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) is proud to present the 2016/17 Superintendent’s Advanced Placement Studio Art Exhibition. A panel of jurors comprised of a College Board consultant, a Florida International University professor and executive director of the Coral Springs Museum of Art, evaluated over 100 pieces from 20 high schools.  Artist reception is scheduled for Monday, January 30th, 2017 at 5:30pm....
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Notice: Change of Mailing Address

There has been a change in our address from: 2855 Coral Springs Drive Coral Springs, FL 33065 to: 2855 Coral Springs Drive, Suite A Coral Springs, FL 33065 Our physical location is still the same, but please direct all future correspondence to the new address found above....
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Family FunDay: American Artists on August 13, 2016

Join us at 3 p.m. on Saturday, August 13, 2016 where you can design and create your very own American Artist. Family FunDays are a great way for children and a parent or guardian to explore the museum and spend a fun afternoon together. Please arrive by 2:45 p.m.; due to the instructional nature of the program, it will begin promptly at 3 p.m. The fee for FunDay participation is $5 per person. The pre-sale rate is $4 per person. Use the...
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Family FunDay: Fireworks on July 9, 2016

Join us at 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 9, 2016 where you can design and create your very own Fireworks. Family FunDays are a great way for children and a parent or guardian to explore the museum and spend a fun afternoon together. Please arrive by 2:45 p.m.; due to the instructional nature of the program, it will begin promptly at 3 p.m. The fee for FunDay participation is $5 per person. The pre-sale rate is $4 per person. Use the paypal...
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Family FunDay on May 14, 2016

Join us at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, 2016 where you can design and create your very own CD Wind Spinners. Family FunDays are a great way for children and a parent or guardian to explore the museum and spend a fun afternoon together. The fee for FunDay participation is $5 per person. The pre-sale rate is $4 per person. Use the paypal button below or call (954) 340-5000 to register before May 14 to get the pre-sale rate. Please arrive by...
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Jota Leal Workshop on April 22-23, 2016

Internationally known caricature artist Jota Leal offers an exclusive day and a half workshop. Jota Leal’s art infuses the grand tradition of the great portrait painters of the past with the more recent caricature masters. This workshop is certain to delight artists combining technique with a splash of humor. Friday, April 22, 2016  1pm-4 pm with reception following at 6pm Saturday, April 23, 2016 10am-5pm Workshop               $200.00 Members & Student with ID     $100.00...
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Artist Reception on Friday, April 22, 2016

The Coral Springs Museum of Art invites you to enjoy beverages and light hors d’oeurves as you mingle with friends and fellow guests to view this exhibition. Reception admission is complimentary. Please RSVP by calling (954) 340-5000. Jota Leal, Jim Jinkins, Angie Jordan Friday, April 22, 2016 6pm to 8pm Jota Leal’s art infuses the grand tradition of the great portrait painters of the past with the more recent caricature masters. Jota’s style results in a synergy of remarkable painting skill...
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Joseph Conrad-Ferm (June 12, 2016 – Aug 27, 2016)

Born in 1975, and raised in New Canaan, Connecticut, Ferm did not discover his need to paint until the winter of 2001. “In late December of 2001, in the boiler room of my mother’s basement, with no reference point, I felt compelled to paint. Having no formal art training, apart from elementary and secondary school classes, my first efforts, while described as crude by some, were the foundation that I have built my creative voice on. I’ve been able to express the joys and pitfalls,...
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William DeBilzan (June 12, 2016 – Aug 27, 2016)

Biography Born in Texas in 1956 and raised in a small town in Michigan, William DeBilzan was never exposed to fine art while growing up. As an adolescent, William developed a love for fashion but not until he moved to California would his life-long artistic exploration finally manifest. Southern California provided a deep, cultural awakening DeBilzan had not yet experienced but craved in his youth. He opened his first gallery in Laguna Beach and later received the 1999 “Event of...
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Ivan Roque (June 12, 2016 – Aug 27, 2016)

  Born December of 1991, Ivan J. Roque is a visual artist from Miami, Florida. Raised in the inner city of the infamous Carol City, Ivan has a passion centered on the concepts of birth, death, renewal and social struggles. He was influenced by both old masters like Marcel DuChamp, Caravaggio and Mark Rothko. Today’s geniuses such as Shepard Fairey, Anthony Lister and Typoe have also been a big influence in his art. Roque has accomplished many impressive achievements for his young age. Among these are...
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Ira Reines & Erte Retrospective (Sept 11, 2016 to Nov 20, 2016)

Philosophy, cosmology and the sublime beauty of the works of Michelangelo,  Rodin and Bernini are the inspiration from which Ira Reines draws to create his profound sculptural thesis on the relationships of order and chaos to man and divinity. In 1980, the iconic father of Art Deco and master artist Romain de Tirtoff—better known as Erté—aspired to have his beautiful drawings and paintings realized as sculpture. Having no sculptural experience, Erté sought out a sculptor whose talent and sculptural ability would...
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John Patrick Kelly (Sept 11, 2016 to Nov 20, 2016)

John Patrick Kelly The unshakable belief that all of us are here for a purpose, are equal parts of the universe, and have to use our time here to fulfill destiny is the driving force behind the creation of John Patrick Kelly’s paintings. Patrick’s surrealistic oils combine fantasy, eroticism, humor, and a deep, esoteric understanding of life into a visual potpourri that leaves a lasting impression on most viewers. Born in Denver, Colorado in June of 1949, Patrick was raised...
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Jo Ann Nava (Sept 11, 2016 – Nov 20, 2016)

Jo Ann Nava A Retrospective “My art is an appreciation of the simple daily experience and the rituals we create to celebrate and validate our existence.” 
 It would be difficult to find a more culturally rich environment to grow an artist than the south Bronx in the 1950s. These early sensory impressions were akin to living in a John Sloan painting, with fire escapes, clotheslines and stickball. But it was later, going to school in the Chicago area, that...
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J. Steven Manolis (Dec 3, 2016 – Feb 28, 2017)

“My paintings are a reflection of who I am at this moment in time. Therefore, they are constantly changing as I grow as a person and as an artist. I am always perfecting my work and pursuing new ways to express myself and the world around me by painting seven days a week. It is my passion. I paint in series, and each work within these series mirrors my burning desire to communicate through the vivid use of color, or...
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Isabel Perez – 50 (Dec 3, 2016 – Jan 28, 2017)

“Creating the exhibition “Fifty” is my way of expressing my gratitude for the opportunity the United States has given me and my family to live in a strong country rich in history.” Isabel Perez was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1973. She received her BA in Fine Art from the Cristobal Rojas School of Art and received a scholarship in drawing at the Federico Art Institute in 1994. Perez has exhibited in the US and abroad including shows at Coral...
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Ricardo Garcia – Martha Rodriguez – Carlos Zerpabzueta (Dec 3, 2016 – Jan 2, 2017)

Converging Divergences Ricardo Garcia Born in Havana, Cuba in 1961. That same year Garcia family emigrated to Venezuela where he grew up and started his studies. His passion for art lead him to study at the Hans Newman Institute of Design in Caracas under the tutelage of several of the greatest visual artists in the country. Under their guidance, Garcia strengthened his artistic passion, finally graduating in the year 1985. At the beginning of the 1990s in Venezuela, Garcia participated as a...
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Summer in the Studio – Summer Camp 2017

  Not Your Average Summer Camp. Calling all budding artists in Broward County! From June 12 through August 14, spend Summer in the Studio at the Coral Springs Museum of Art. With a plethora of hands-on art classes, from traditional painting to 3D modeling, campers aged 6 to 16 will find endless ways to be creative and get a little messy. You’ll discover new kinds of art and make new friends in our beautiful museum. Select one class or “Art...
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Summer Camp Open House – April 2, 2016

The Coral Springs Museum of Art will be holding a Summer Camp Open House this Saturday, April 2, 2016. We invite you to join us from 1:00 to 4:00 pm to see all that we have to offer this summer in the studio! Meet with the staff and faculty of the Museum to review the summer camp program, tour the classrooms, view examples of the students’ artwork, and have any questions you may have answered....
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Call for Entries: Museum Store & Cafe – April 3, 2016

The Coral Springs Museum of Art is seeking distinctive, one-of-a-kind consigned works of art to present for sale in the Museum’s store on Sunday, April 3, 2016. The goal of the Museum Store & Café is to provide an exceptional shopping experience for our patrons by highlighting local artists’ work.  Submitted objects must be made with a high standard of craftsmanship, design and composition.  The distinction of high quality for an affordable price is our main objective in selecting items. Call...
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Angie Jordan (March 12 – May 28, 2016)

(The Cube) Angie Jordan is an author and a live digital caricature artist whose work has been seen at tradeshows and events across the country. Not only is Angie Jordan a pioneer and teacher in the digital caricature industry, she is also a member of the National Cartoonists Society and International Society of Caricature Artists. She’s also the world’s first iPad caricature artist!...
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Jim Jinkins: The World According to Jim (March 12 – May 28, 2016)

(Kuhn Gallery) It all started with a number two pencil. And a bad day. And a doodle. Because the doodle Jim Jinkins drew to cheer himself up on that  bad day turned into Doug Funnie, a character who has touched the hearts and lifted the spirits of millions of children around the world. And incidentally, along the way, turned into a multi-million-dollar business enterprise. Jim Jinkins’ character hit a chord because lots of kids–and parents too–have bad days, and Doug became...
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Inspire 2016 (Feb. 6, 2016 – Feb. 26, 2016)

(East Gallery) The Coral Springs Museum of Art is proud to present the 2nd annual juried exhibition Inspire 2016. Artists were invited to submit pieces brought about by personal inspiration for an exhibition that demonstrates individuality and creativity. Over 80 pieces by local and regional artists were selected for Inspire 2016 and will be on display from February 6-26, 2016.  Thank you judges, Maria Napoles and Byron Swart. Best in Show   Jane Collins “Sage” 2nd Place     Jasna Tomasevic “Danzing Devil of Yare”...
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Jota Leal: About Face (March 12 – May 28, 2016)

(East Gallery) Born in a humble little town in eastern Venezuela in the mid-eighties Jota Leal began drawing and painting at a very young age and never studied fine art. He attempted to sit in class as a child of six but ran away after being forced to paint plastic fruit and empty bottles. Even at that age, Jota (pron: Hota) knew what he wanted to do. He wanted to paint people. He wanted to paint their faces. Having been...
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Steven Assael – February 24-28, 2016

Steven Assael is one of the leading figurative painters of our time. He is a senior critic at the New York Academy of Art and teaches at the School of Visual Art in New York City. His work is represented by the Forum Gallery, NYC.  Don’t miss this chance to study with a modern master. Steven Assael 5 Day Workshop – $1000 Steven Assael Workshop Day 1 Demo Observation – $250 Register by calling (954) 340-5000. Space is limited. Early registration...
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Invoking the Muse (Dec. 1-28, 2015)

( Theater Lobby Gallery) The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN ARTISTS, INC. FLORIDA CHAPTER (N.A.W.A.) is presenting a multi-media exhibition titled Invoking The Muse, which will be hosted by the Coral Springs Museum of Art located at 2855 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, Florida. The public is invited to a reception on Tuesday, December 8th, 6 – 8 PM, at which time First, Second, Third Place, and Judge’s Recognition awards will be announced. The Juried art will be on view in...
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(Theater Lobby Gallery) The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN ARTISTS, INC. FLORIDA CHAPTER (N.A.W.A.) is presenting a multi-media exhibition titled Invoking The Muse, which will be hosted by the Coral Springs Museum of Art located at 2855 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, Florida. The public is invited to a reception on Tuesday, December 8th, 6 – 8 PM, at which time First, Second, Third Place, and Judge’s Recognition awards will be announced. The Juried art will be on view in the...
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Call for Entries: “Inspire” – January 30, 2016

“Inspire 2016” The Coral Springs Museum of Art presents the 2nd annual exhibition demonstrating artist’s individuality and creativity. Artists are invited to submit up to two works to be considered for inclusion in this exhibition. This is a juried exhibition.  Selected works will be displayed in the East and Kuhn Galleries of the Coral Springs Museum of Art .   See the attachment for specifications and procedures for entry. Entry – Drop off for Consideration Saturday, January 30, 2016 10am...
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SACRED ART TOUR – JANUARY 19 – 24, 2016

Eight Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery, students of H.H. Dalai Lama, will visit the Coral Springs Museum of Art from Tuesday, January 19 through Sunday, January 24 for a six day event of culture, teachings, and artistic expression. The Coral Springs Museum of Art is one of only thirty locations the monks will visit on their 2015/2016 North American Goodwill Tour. This event is part of the monk’s mission to spread the message of peace, loving kindness,...
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RECEPTION – DECEMBER 10 6PM SANDRA MUSS, TOM DE VITA, DANIEL ITZLER

Join us for an artist reception on Thursday, December 10th from 6pm to 8pm.  Meet Sandra Muss, Tom De Vita and Daniel Itzler.  Mingle with friends and enjoy beverages, music and light hors d’oeurves. Guest curator, Bruce Helander will offer entertaining insights and observations of the work of Sandra Muss.  “An Assemblage of Spirits” has been made possible in part by fAB! Funding Arts Broward.   Admission is complimentary. Please call to RSVP (954) 340-5000....
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Call to Artists: Museum Store & Cafe (Ongoing)

Unique handcrafted items Is your art distinctive and one-of-a-kind? If so, the Coral Springs Museum of Art is offering an opportunity to display your talents by selling your artistic endeavors on consignment in our Museum Store & Cafe. Located in the Coral Springs Museum of Art, the Museum Store & Cafe is open to patrons Monday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm. The goal of the Museum Store & Cafe is to provide an exceptional shopping experience for our patrons while...
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Family FunDay (Nov. 14 at 3pm)

Join us at 3pm on Saturday, November 14 when you can design and create your very own Autumn Scarecrow in this special Fall Family FunDay. A great way for children age 3+ and a parent or guardian to explore the museum and spend a fun afternoon together. The fee for FunDay participation is $5/person. Save money by registering and pre-paying early – $4/person. Space is limited, so we ask that you RSVP in advance. Please arrive by 2:45pm, due to...
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Yuroz: Symbiosis (March 12 – May 28, 2016)

(Main Gallery) Yuroz is a celebrated Los Angeles based artist whose work spans across mediums and genres. Lovers, musicians, poets, athletes, homeless and refugees fill his canvases, drawing forth the spectrum of emotions and moods that reside in the human soul. His messages break down age, gender, cultural, religious and political divides to support the progress of people, organizations, societies and even countries. Vetted by the Vatican, the oldest and most powerful of art patrons, Yuroz was commissioned by the Vatican...
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Creative Abstract Workshop (Nov. 7, 2015)

Sally Cooper – Instructor Saturday, November 7 9:30am – 4:30pm Have lots of fun and explore the visual language of painting through color, composition, texture and self-expression.  Lots of painting demonstrations and handouts.  This workshop is for all levels of artists, from beginner to advanced. $85 Member & $95 Future Member For more information on the workshop click here. Museum Class/Event Refund/Cancellation Policy...
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Sandra Muss (Dec. 5, 2015 – Feb. 27, 2016)

(Main Gallery) An Assemblage of Spirits features thirty-five of Sandra Muss’ assemblage compositions which celebrate the great traditions of post-Abstract Expressionism and traditional collage, particularly with a nod to the early Pop artists of the 1960s, who were exploring a transition from symbols, recognizable imagery, narrative abstraction and images of popular culture to non-narrative works that were often embellished with found objects. As a child Sandra Muss was fascinated by the assorted everyday objects that surrounded her, as well as...
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Tom De Vita (Dec. 5 – Dec. 24, 2015)

(East Gallery) Tom De Vita’s work is about finding a harmony in dissonance. He wants to force multiple “reads” of images and figures, while exploring the deconstruction of their meanings. It is his pursuit to create paintings that appear disjointed and out of context, by juxtaposing overlays of animals and figures to express ambiguous and open-ended narratives. De Vita embraces the “sea of visual noise”, that is so inherent to our contemporary way of seeing, while preserving his conviction towards...
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Daniel Itzler ( Dec. 5, 2015 – Feb. 27, 2016)

(The Kuhn Family Gallery) At 80 years old, Daniel Itzler walked into a gallery in Italy and witnessed a Joan Miro up close for the first time. It was his “aha” moment. Despite never picking up a paint brush, he was so inspired by the beautiful art, that upon his return home he began experimenting with oil and non-traditional mediums. This passion unleashed Daniel’s inner artist and just like that his new career began. Daniel is a U.S. Army veteran,...
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Superintendent’s AP Art Studio Exhibition (Jan. 2 – Feb. 1, 2016)

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) is proud to present the 2016 Superintendent’s Advanced Placement Studio Art Exhibition. A panel of jurors comprised of a College Board consultant, a Florida International University professor and executive director from the Coral Springs Museum of Art, evaluated over 100 pieces from 20 high schools. 77 pieces were selected for the exhibition.  Artist reception is scheduled for Monday, February 1 2016 at 5:30pm....
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Gold Coast Watercolor Society ( Oct 29 – Nov 30, 2015)

(Lobby Gallery) The Gold Coast Watercolor Society exhibition “41st Annual Members Love Watercolor Show 2015” is on view October 27 through November 30, 2015 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Tuesday, November 4 from 3:00pm – 5:00pm. Free wine and refreshments for patrons while you mix and mingle with the artists and learn more about their work. For more information about the Gold Coast Watercolor Society, please visit www.goldcoastwatercolorsociety.com....
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Coral Springs Art Guild (Sept. 29 – Oct. 26, 2015)

(Lobby Gallery) The Coral Springs Artist Guild exhibition is on view September 29 through October 25, 2015 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Tuesday, October 6 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Free wine and refreshments for patrons while you mix and mingle with the artists and learn more about their work. For more information about Coral Springs Art Guild, please visit www.coralspringsartistguild.org....
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The Fresh Market Wine Gala (Oct. 28, 2015)

The Fresh Market located at 4633 University Drive in Coral Springs will be the unique backdrop for the last annual Wine Gala benefiting the Coral Springs Museum of Art on Wednesday, October 28, 2015. The Fresh Market will close its doors to the general public at 7:30pm to host this private event for the Museum. We look forward to you joining us at The Fresh Market wine gala tonight. Tickets may be purchased at the door. All ticket proceeds from...
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John Bowen Book Signing (Oct. 24, 2015)

In his book “Eleven Months and Nineteen Days, A Vietnam Illustrator’s Memoir” John Bowen documents the physical and emotional trials of his Vietnam experience and his readjustment to civilian life.  The story is beautifully illustrated with 43 his original black and white drawings. Stationed at Tan Son Nhut Air Base outside of Saigon in 1968, Bowen was the only illustrator in the 834th Air Division Headquarters Unit. He had to quickly acclimate himself and get to work supporting the division –...
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Family FunDay (Oct. 10, 2015)

Celebrate Halloween early on October 10 at this Family FunDay! Create your own artistic BOO Banners to display with your Halloween decorations. Family FunDays are a great way to explore the museum and create art projects appropriate for kids ages 3 and up with parent or guardian. Each month a different artistic subject will be presented and followed by a fun art project to design together. This event is held monthly (second Saturday of each month), for $5 per person. Family FunDay...
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ArtWalk Grand Opening Celebration (Oct. 9 at 5pm)

The City of Coral Springs & the Coral Springs Community Redevelopment Agency invite you to join us for the ArtWalk Grand Opening Celebration Friday, October 9, 2015 • 5 to 10 p.m.         9405 NW 31 Court • In Downtown Coral Springs NW 31st Court will be closed to vehicles during event. Events Schedule Ribbon Cutting 5:30 p.m. Beyond Artwork Unveiling 7 p.m. Local Artists • Live Music • Food Trucks Craft Beer by Funky Buddha Brewery...
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The Business of Fine Art Seminar (Oct. 9 at 3pm)

A one hour educational seminar titled “The Business of Fine Art” will be conducted at 3:00pm by Winn-Slavin Collection Curator Daniel Winn and Winn-Slavin Business Curator Randy Slavin immediately following the Renzo sculpture demonstration. Admission is Complimentary.  Call the Museum to RSVP at (954) 340-5000. This exhibition has been made possible by Masterpiece Publishing, Inc. – Winn Slavin Fine Art, Galerie Simard Bilodeau, Dutcher Crossing Winery, Art World News & Art Business News...
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Renzo Sculpture Demonstration & Lost Wax Process Presentation by Collection Curator Daniel Winn (Oct. 9 at 1:30pm)

  October 9 at 1:30pm, artist Renzo and Daniel Winn will conduct a sculpture demonstration with an overview of the lost wax sculpture casting process. Admission to the program is complimentary. Call the Museum to RSVP at 954-340-5000 This exhibition has been made possible by Masterpiece Publishing, Inc. – Winn Slavin Fine Art, Galerie Simard Bilodeau, Dutcher Crossing Winery, Art World News & Art Business News...
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Artist Reception – Renzo (Oct. 8)

Join us at the Artist Reception for Renzo. Meet the artist behind Lucid Realism and see his incredible paintings and sculptures. Thursday, October 8, 2015 6pm – Exclusive Member Preview and Painting Demonstration with Renzo 6:30 – 8pm – Celebration & Mingle Hors d’oeuvres, wine & music Complimentary Admission RSVP to 954-340-5000 This exhibition has been made possible by Masterpiece Publishing, Inc. – Winn Slavin Fine Art, Galerie Simard Bilodeau, Dutcher Crossing Winery, Art World News & Art Business News...
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Textile Workshop (Sept 18 & 25 at 10am)

“TEXTILE TRANSFORMATION: Surface design for creative textile art”© with Andrea Huffman Develop authentic imagery to transform a plain white fabric into a vibrant, original works of art through innovative dyeing, printing and image transfer techniques. Among the various techniques covered, students will dye fabrics, create hand-carved stamps and stencils and transfer photo copy images to fabric. Fabrics can be displayed as beautiful works of art just as they are, used for quilting, transformed into items for fashion or home décor....
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Artist Reception (Sept 17 at 6pm)

Join us for an artist reception for Melinda Trucks, John Bowen and the Museum’s Recent Acquisitions on Thursday, September 17 from 6pm to 8pm. An exclusive member preview and mingle will begin at 6pm, followed by a celebration and observation with guest curator of the Melinda Truck’s exhibition Bruce Helander at 6:30pm. Beverages, music and light refreshments. Admission is complimentary. Please call to RSVP (954) 340-5000....
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Art of Warriors (Nov. 5, 2015)

This program will be a season-long, weekly workshop that blends two elements valuable to veterans—the arts and community. This project epitomizes how the humanities and art programs like film, performance, guided activities in oral storytelling and creative writing can help individuals with traumatic emotional and physical needs, in this case veterans, overcome their pain. Dr. Neile is an affiliate professor at Florida Atlantic University, as well as the former chair of the National Storytelling Network. She speaks and performs throughout...
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Family FunDay (Sept. 12 at 3pm)

It’s all about insects this month!  Broward County Library is joining the Coral Springs Museum of Art for Family FunDay on September 12. Enjoy listening to the tales of mischievous insect friends being read by Librarian Kathy. Families will then have a tour of insect paintings created by Melinda Trucks and finish up their day in the art studio by creating their own insects to take home. Family FunDays are a great way to explore the museum and create art...
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Renzo ( Sept. 12 – Nov. 21, 2015)

(Main Gallery) As the father of “Lucid Realism”, an artistic style that draws heavily on Renzo’s experiences with the indigenous cultures of Australia, Costa Rica, and Mexico as it expresses the commonality of the human experience through symbolic, abstract, and figurative expressionism, he encourages the viewer to perceive the cohesion between the waking and dreaming states. Renzo’s paintings and sculptures express and communicate his observations of what he believes to be the basic qualities that separate humanity from the inanimate...
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Melinda Trucks (Sept. 12 – Nov. 21, 2015)

(East Gallery) Melinda Trucks learns through seeing. Her painting is an attempt to sort through and make sense of her perceptions in her primary language: color and contrast. Therefore, Melinda’s artwork is an intensely personal effort to understand the world. It presents itself to her in an array of light and shadow. Highly saturated, intense colors attract her, but she find that as she develops as an artist, she turn towards the subtle, the neutral. She sees in shapes of...
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John Bowen (Sept. 12 – Nov. 21, 2015)

(Kuhn Family Gallery) Realistic expressionism is how John Bowen describes his work. Capturing a mood, striving to tell a story, intrigued by history, landscapes and themes, these are the inspirations that create his art. Emphasizing the play on light and shadow as seen in nature. Describing textures of time written in historic places. Capturing a moment of history, that sense of space. These are the feelings John tries to express in his paintings. Each idea is carefully planned from exploration...
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Recent Acquisitions (Sept. 12 – Nov. 21, 2015)

(East Gallery) The Coral Springs Museum of Art is pleased to announce a group exhibition titled “New Acquisitions from the Permanent Collection,” which will coincide with the public opening reception for the scheduled exhibitions on September 17. The show will feature artists who create and show contemporary art in South Florida and who represent a high level of professionalism and artistic achievement. The eight artists offered here have been acquired by the museum through the generosity of guest curator Bruce Helander, who gave...
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Women In Visual Arts ” Artistic Adventure II” (Aug 25-Sept 28, 2015)

(Lobby Gallery) The Women in the Visual Arts exhibition “Artistic Adventure II” is on view August 25 through September 28 with a “Meet the Artists Reception” on Tuesday, September 11 from 5:30pm – 7:00pm. Free wine and refreshments for patrons while you mix and mingle with over 20 artists and learn more about their work. For more information about Women in the Visual Arts, please visit witva.org....
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The Fresh Market Grand Re-Opening Celebration to Benefit CSMOA Programs

The Coral Springs Museum of Art invites its members and future members to attend the Grand Re-Opening Celebration of a valued community partner, The Fresh Market in Coral Springs, on Saturday, August 15, 2015. Located at 4633 University Drive, the store has recently completed store-wide renovations, updating its look and creating an amazing shopping experience for its customers. In honor of the 14 year partnership with the Museum, The Fresh Market will generously donate 5% off all purchases that day to...
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Masterpiece Event: Blame It On Rio! (Aug. 20)

Every year, the Coral Springs Museum of Art proudly hosts an annual fundraiser with the mission to raise support for the Museum’s innovative and educational art programs and exhibitions. This year, the Museum will present the Masterpiece Event: Blame It On Rio! with special guest Romero Britto on Thursday, August 20, 2015. This lively carnival, full of Brazilian spirit, flavor and flair, will celebrate famed artist Romero Britto, his iconic artwork currently on display at the Museum, and his treasured...
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Family FunDay: Tag You’re It (Aug. 8)

Back to School Fun at the Museum! Kids show your creative side and make your own special backpack tags for the new school year. Family FunDays are a great way to explore the museum and create art projects appropriate for kids ages 3 and up with parent or guardian. This event is held monthly (second Saturday of each month), for $5 per person. Save by pre-registering and pre-paying, $4 per person. Space is limited, so we ask that you RSVP...
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Family FunDay: In the Style of Britto (July 11)

Beat the heat for this July FunDay! Relax in the cool galleries of the Museum, while viewing the colorful, pop art of Romero Britto. Kids and parents alike will have a great time creating their own vibrant paper mosaic art based on the the work of Britto. Family FunDays are a great way to explore the museum and create art projects appropriate for kids ages 3 and up with parent or guardian. This event is held monthly (second Saturday of...
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Family FunDay: Fit for a King or Queen (June 13)

Saturday, June 13 at 3pm Create art like a king or queen during this month’s Family Funday and have a royally good time!! Check out the Romero Britto exhibition while you’re here. This Family FunDay is a great way to explore the Museum and create an art project appropriate for kids ages 3 and up with parent or guardian. Family FunDay is held monthly (second Saturday of each month), for $5 per person. Save $1 per person by registering and paying...
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Romero Britto Exhibition Opening Reception (June 11)

This summer the Museum features the vibrant, colorful artwork of artist Romero Britto. “We are honored to share with the Coral Springs community the works of Romero Britto as his works bring joy and smiles to everyone lucky enough to encounter them,” says Julia Black Andrews, executive director of Coral Springs Museum of Art. “We are especially excited that the children at our summer camp will have the chance to learn more about Britto and learn the power of the...
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Closing Reception: The Art of Pop and Comics (May 21)

Welcome to the World of PopArt! The Coral Springs Museum is proud (and excited!) to announce that due to overwhelming response to our current Exhibition “The Art of Pop and Comics” we are delighted to invite you to “The Closing Reception for The Art of Pop and Comics” Thursday May 21, 2015 from 6-8pm. Whether you are eight or eighty or anyplace in between, it will be a fun-filled evening of joy and fond memories. Remember Raggedy Ann and Wonder...
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Family FunDay: Kilwin’s of Coral Springs Sundae on Saturday & Meet the Camp Faculty (May 16)

Join us Saturday, May 16 at 3pm for the Museum’s annual Kilwin’s Sundae on Saturday & Meet the Faculty.  Meet the summer camp faculty, see what they have planned for the campers, create some art and enjoy a cup of ice cream with fixin’s courtesy of Kilwin’s of Coral Springs. Family FunDays are a great way to explore the museum and create art projects appropriate for kids ages 3 and up with parent or guardian.  This event is held monthly (second Saturday...
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Vonda Shepard: RRAZZ Room Performance (May 15)

Vonda Shepard – Friday, May 15 at 7:30pm Join us for the last performance of the season! Winner of 2 Golden Globes, 2 Emmys and 2 SAG Awards and known for her Ally McBeal performances, singer/songwriter Vonda Shepard will delight audiences with her incredible live performance. “The singer/songwriter genre doesn’t get any better than this.” – Chris Willman from Entertainment Weekly. To purchase tickets, visit the Coral Springs Center for the Arts online Box Office by clicking here or call...
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Special Guests

Barbara Randall Kesel Barbara has been in the comic book industry since she wrote a Batgirl backup story for DC Comics’ Detective Comics while sitting in the tech booth during a college play. Since then she has written scripts for just about every major comic company. The series Hawk & Dove (DC) and Meridian (CrossGen) are special favorites. Her professional life in comics began at DC Comics (1984-1989), where she worked on titles including The New Teen Titans, Tailgunner Jo,...
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RRAZZ Room: The Shirelles (Apr. 18)

The Shirelles Saturday, April 18, 2015 Performance begins at 7:30pm All The Great Hits LIVE … SOLDIER BOY, WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW, DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE, MAMA SAID… performed by Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees and America’s Original Dream Girls, The Shirelles! Starring Original & Founding Member – Beverly Lee. To purchase tickets, visit the Coral Springs Center for the Arts online Box Office by clicking here or call the Main Box Office at...
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April & May Classes at the studio Now Online

Register for April and May Classes for Adults, Teens and Kids. Classes at the studio are taught by professional artists and cover a range of subjects. For more additional information, times, dates and fees click on April & May 2015 Class Schedule....
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Family FunDay: Whirly Birdie (Apr. 11)

In celebration of Spring create your own Whirly Birdie!! This Family FunDay is a great way to explore the Museum and create an art project appropriate for kids ages 3 and up with parent or guardian. This event is held monthly (second Saturday of each month), for $5 per person. Save $1 per person by registering and paying in advance. Space is limited, so we ask that you RSVP in advance. Please arrive by 2:45pm, due to the instructional nature...
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Summer Camp for Kids at the studio

We have added several digital arts classes to prepare young artists with cutting edge technology and opportunities, including creative coding. Bill Gates recently remarked that for today’s youth, learning creative coding is just as important as learning to read in order to be prepared for the coming job market. Summer Camp consists of a Morning (9am-12pm) or Afternoon (1:15pm-4:15pm), for ages 6 to 16 years old. Fees vary and include all supplies needed for the week. Class size is limited...
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Charles Busch at the RRAZZ Room (Mar.28)

Charles Busch Saturday, March 28 at 8:30pm A Divine Evening with Charles Busch with Tom Judson at the piano. The acclaimed actor/Tony-nominated playwrite and drag legend makes his South Florida Debut at The RRAZZ Room with his new show that is chock full of outrageous personal stories, original characters, classic songs, all performed with his own unique form of glamour. To purchase tickets, visit the Coral Springs Center for the Arts online Box Office by clicking here or call the...
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Franc D’Ambrosio at the RRAZZ Room (Mar. 21)

Franc D’Ambrosio Saturday, March 21 at 7:30pm The Longest-Running “PHANTOM” from the Tony-Winning PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, Franc D’Ambrosio will return with “I’ll Be Seein’ Youz… – A Bronx Boys Musical Perspective of WWII. To purchase tickets, visit the Coral Springs Center for the Arts online Box Office by clicking here or call the main Box Office at (954) 344-5990. The RRAZZ Room at the Coral Springs Museum of Art is presented in partnership with the Coral Springs Center for...
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What a Character: Family FunDay (Mar.14)

Learn to draw cartoon and comic characters with artist Sheri Adanti at this special Family FunDay. This Family FunDay is a great way to explore the Museum and create an art project appropriate for kids ages 4 and up with parent or guardian. This event is held monthly (second Saturday of each month), for $5 per person. Save $1 per person by registering and paying in advance. Space is limited, so we ask that you RSVP in advance. Please arrive by...
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Artist Reception Spring Exhibition ( Mar. 5)

The Spring Exhibition will feature Rainer Lagemann – Shaping the Square and James Verbicky – Iconicity in the Museum’s Main Gallery. The Lagemann/Verbicky exhibition is sponsored by DTR Modern Galleries and guest curator is Bruce Helander. The Art of Pop and Comics featuring work by Charles Fazzino, Jose Delbo, Marvin Gralnick, Nelson De La Nuez and Al Razza will be in the East Gallery and guest curator is Lenore Stern Morris. The Artists’ Reception will be held Thursday, March 5 from 6pm...
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Colored Pencil I & II Workshop (Feb. 28)

Colored Pencil I & II with Genie Appel-Cohen Saturday, February 28  1:30pm – 4:30pm Modern or traditional, colored pencil is the best of drawing and painting without the mess!  You’ll receive step by step instruction in this fascinating medium! $45 Member & $55 Future Member...
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Judy Gold at the RRAZZ Room (Feb. 28)

Saturday, February 28, 2015 Performance begins at 7:30pm Emmy-Winning Comedian and Actress and Twice-Nominated for American Comedy Award’s Funniest Female Stand-Up! Judy Gold’s “If You Only Knew My Agony” will bring down the house! To purchase tickets, visit the Coral Springs Center for the Arts online Box Office by clicking here or call the main Box Office at (954) 344-5990. The RRAZZ Room at the Coral Springs Museum of Art is presented in partnership with the Coral Springs Center for...
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Saturday Chautauqua & The Big Read: What Makes a Classic – The Long Happy Life of To Kill a Mockingbird (Feb. 21)

February 21 2 to 3:30pm Storytelling Program – What Makes a Classic: The Long Happy Life of To Kill a Mockingbird with Dr. Caren Neile Published in 1960, Harper Lee’s novel became an instant success and won the Pulitzer Prize. Why does this slim volume still enthrall audiences 55 years after publication? The finale of The Big Read program for To Kill a Mockingbird, held at the Museum, will be a storytelling program by Dr. Caren Neile for adults and seniors....
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Michael Amante at the RRAZZ Room (Feb. 14)

An Intimate Valentine’s Evening with Michael Amante February 14 at 7:30pm Spend Valentine’s with your loved one at An Intimate Valentine’s Evening with Michael Amante.  The acclaimed tenor will be performing for the second year at this venue. “That’s the most beautiful singing I’ve heard in years.” – Tony Bennett To purchase tickets, visit the Coral Springs Center for the Arts online Box Office by clicking here or call the main Box Office at (954) 344-5990. The RRAZZ Room at the...
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Be Mine – Family FunDay (Feb. 14)

Be Mine – Create a Valentine with Your Sweetie February 14 at 3pm Children and parents will create mixed media Valentines for this special day! Family FunDays are a great way to explore the museum and create art projects appropriate for kids ages 3 and up with parent or guardian. Each month a different artistic subject will be presented and followed by a fun art project to design together. This event is held monthly (second Saturday of each month), for...
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Rex Smith at the RRAZZ Room (Feb. 13)

Rex Smith: Confessions of a Teen Idol February 13 at 7:30pm So how did a crazy Teen Idol rocker end up a respected entertainer on television and Broadway? Every song has a story. Like a rock-and-roll Mark Twain, Rex Smith takes you on a wild and fascinating, sometimes dramatic, yet very hilarious, musical story-telling journey in “Confessions of a Teen Idol: A Musical Autobiography”. To purchase tickets, visit the Coral Springs Center for the Arts online Box Office by clicking...
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Inspired By…Artist Reception (Feb. 11)

Join us at the Museum on Wednesday, February 11, 2015 from 6 to 8pm for an Artist Reception celebrating the opening of Inspired By… Meet and mingle with the many talented artists showcased in this exhibition. Admission to the reception is Museum Members complimentary and general public $10....
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Brazilian Voices – Chautauqua Series (Feb.7)

Chautauqua, the infusion of culture and entertainment into the heart of the community, comes to life in the Museum’s Saturday Chautauqua Series. From Brazil to the World is a combination of informative and live performances with Brazilian Voice singers. Children and adults will learn in an interactive and interesting way about Brazilian rhythms and cultures, where Forró/Baião, Afro-Samba, Tropicália, Rock, Bossa Nova, Drum’n Bossa & Samba were born. Chautauqua performances begin at 2pm. Please call the Museum to reserve your...
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Spring Camp for Kids at the studio

March 23 – 27, 2015 Spring Camp at the studio runs from 9am – 12 noon each day, supplies are included. Experimenting and creating with various techniques and media, kids will explore the works of contemporary fine, street and comic book artists. MasterBlaster Kids ages 6 to 8 will learn about the contemporary masters and create artworks using a variety of mediums. Register for a day or buy all five and save! Master Artists Kids ages 8 and up will draw...
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Inspired By (Feb. 7-Feb. 21, 2015)

You inspire us. What inspires you? The Coral Springs Museum of Art presents an exhibition demonstrating the artist’s individuality and creativity brought about by personal inspiration. This open theme, open media exhibition asks artists to complete the sentence: “My work is inspired by_____________.”  ...
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Art of Warriors Spring Sessions

The basic message of Odysseus in America: Combat Trauma and the Homecoming, psychiatrist Jonathan Shay writes—”whether recovery occurs spontaneously or in a confined treatment setting, recovery happens only in community—” underscores the strategy behind Art of Warriors, an arts-based collaboration among the Coral Springs Museum of Art, the Florida Humanities Council, the United Way of Broward, the VFW 8195 Stone of Hope Military Outreach Center, the Fort Lauderdale Vet Center, the South Florida Storytelling Project and other organizations working to support...
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Chautauqua Series: The Puppet-Network (Jan. 24)

Puppet Network is the premier puppet design and producing organization in South Florida.  With a 20-year history (having evolved from the former Sideshow Theatre and Productions), the Design and Management team has produced traditional styles of puppet theatre for many of the largest cultural organizations in South Florida including Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of Art-Fort Lauderdale, Miramar Cultural Center, Florida Grand Opera, The Playground Theatre and Florida Philharmonic Orchestra. As part of the Museum’s Chautauqua Series, children and...
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