Kaleidoscope ArtReach

Kaleidoscope ArtReach Program group painting in progress

Kaleidoscope ArtReach Program group painting in progress

The Coral Springs Museum of Art is recognized as a community anchor developing programming to meet the needs of our community.  In South Florida, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 68 children are on the autism spectrum and the Museum recognizes the enormous toll and stress families incur in living with autistic children.  As a result, the Museum has implemented Kaleidoscope ArtReach, an art program designed exclusively for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs).

Kaleidoscope ArtReach Program group painting in progress

Kaleidoscope ArtReach Program group painting in progress

The Museum offers art classes onsite at the Museum, for children ages 5 to 12 years old.
The Museum has implemented the program in collaboration with the Dan Marino Foundation and a neighboring school, Parkside Elementary where children with autism receive specialized instruction as well as opportunities to be mainstreamed into typical classrooms.

Watch a great video about the Museum’s Kaleidoscope Program

Funding for Kaleidoscope ArtREACH is provided by Community Foundation of Broward and Ronald McDonald House Charities.

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