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Sacred Art Tour 2017

January 17 – 22, 2017 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 their traditional Tibetan arts and culture. Funds raised from...
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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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Sun Sentinel: Roaring ’20s Evening Pays Tribute to Erté

The Sun Sentinel Society featured the Coral Springs Museum of Art’s annual masterpiece event The Speakeasy in the article, “Roaring ’20s Evening Pays Tribute to Erté.” Click here to view the full article. To purchase tickets for the The Speakeasy on Sept. 17, click here....
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Artist Media Release: Ira Reines

“Arising from chaos, my sculptures embody spiritual beauty, a sense of ascension, grace, flight, awakening, and rebirth that is a metaphor for divinity.”...
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One Art Nation: Joseph Conrad-Ferm

  As I See It with Bruce Helander Joseph Conrad-Ferm – Momentum Preview: “As a professional artist and critic as well as a curator, I have many advantages for which I thank my lucky stars every day. The great benefit of dividing my time between the studio, art galleries and museums...
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City News: Summer in the Studio

Coral Springs & Parkland City News featured the Coral Springs Museum of Art’s Summer in the Studio program in their July 2016 issue. Click here to view the full issue....
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Under the Sun: Cover Feature

The City of Coral Springs featured the Coral Springs Museum of Art with a cover story in the Spring 2016 issue of Under the Sun Magazine. See the images below for a preview. To view the digital issue: click here....
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Huffington Post Review of Melinda Trucks Exhibition by Bruce Helander

The Huffington Post recently released Bruce Helander’s review of Melinda Truck’s exhibition at the Coral Springs Museum of Art.  Helander is the former Editor-in-Chief of The Art Economist. He has a master’s degree in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design, where he later became Provost and Vice President...
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KABC News: Vatican Art Interview with Yuroz

Vetted by the Vatican, the oldest and most powerful of art patrons, Yuroz was commissioned by the Vatican to honor St. Arcangelo Tadini. In an original oil painting, the “Light of Compassion”, Yuroz depicted St. Tadini with half-divine, half-human qualities, celebrated the life of this Saint and featured the transformation of...
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South Florida Arts Beat Interview (May 8, 2015)

On this edition of South Florida Arts Beat contributor Judith Bishop speaks with Julia Andrews, Executive Director of the Coral Springs Museum of Art about exciting upcoming exhibitions and events. As heard May 8th, 2015, on WLRN’s South Florida Arts Beat; produced and hosted by Ed Bell, written and voiced...
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On View Magazine: The Art of Pop & Comics

April-June 2015 Enter the world of Comic and Pop Art as seen through the eyes of five distinguished artists, each with their own distinctive style. Guest curator, Lenore Stern-Morris, has brought these artists together in a dynamic group show hosted by the Coral Springs Museum of Art. Featuring Jose Delbo,...
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FAB! & Coral Springs Museum of Art on the Radio

Listen to Funding Arts Broward – FAB! President Drazia Rubenstein being interviewed about FAB! with grant recipient Bryan W. Knicely, Executive Director of the Coral Springs Museum or Art. Host of The Forum for Nonprofits, Cara Zimmerman talks with Funding Arts Broward President Drazia Rubenstein about the origins of FAB!,...
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High-tech Creativity Event spotlights the possibilities of Tech Art

A recent workshop explored the range of creative possibilities in digital-based art. “A Symposium on Software and Electronic Art” at ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale featured presentations by artists working in the field, which encompasses emerging mediums like algorithmic art, data visualization, three-dimensional printed art and animation, and electronic sculpture. The...
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Sun Sentinel: Museum celebrates “Snowflake Effect”

A local museum is celebrating winter with an eclectic exhibit that includes visitors’ creative contributions. “Snowflake Effect” at the Coral Springs Museum of Art’s Kuhn Family Gallery features local artists’ winter-themed works, a portion of the National AIDS Memorial Quilt, and paper snowflakes made by visitors that now hang from...
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SUN SENTINEL: CREATIVE COLLABORATION ON DISPLAY

A collaboration between two area museums has brought the works of an influential illustrator to Coral Springs. The “Glackens as Illustrator” exhibit at the Coral Springs Museum of Art’s main gallery features drawings on paper created by William Glackens, an American artist who worked as a painter, photographer and illustrator...
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Sun Sentinel: Coral Springs Museum hosts breast cancer art project

(Sun Sentinel) A new local exhibit features artwork spotlighting the experiences and aspirations of women who have had breast cancer. “The Breast Cancer Awareness Body Painting Project: A Fine Art & Photography Essay of Survivors” at the Coral Springs Museum of Art is comprised of more than 20 images of...
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