Art classes for children, teens and adults are offered in the studio at the Coral Springs Museum of Art. Guided by professional artist educators, students are invited to question, explore, experiment and solve problems as they create and interact with art.
After school and Saturday creative programs are available for kids ages 6 to 16. Budding artists develop skills by creating individualized works of art in a variety of mediums-Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Comic Book Design and Digital Photography.
Youth Class Schedule:
March 2017, April 2017, May 2017 (click to open PDF)
Registration is due one week prior to the date the art class is scheduled to begin.
Mixed Media & Self Discovery
Instructor: Lori Arbel
(New Class!) Create art through an intuitive process using a mixed media approach. This helps clear blockages and promotes happiness through art. You will walk away with original artworks on a variety of surfaces. Materials may include paint, inks, markers, collage, and small sculptural items.
Tuesdays 3pm – 5pm
April 4, 11, 18 & 25
May 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29
$90 Member / $105 Non-Member
How to Register:
Complete the registration form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 954-346-4424.
As always, you are also welcome to come into the Museum and pay at the front desk. Registration for any class is due one week prior to the date your art class is scheduled to begin.
As of June 1, 2016 we are no longer accepting telephone payments. In compliance with merchant services, it is necessary for the Coral Springs Museum of Art to eliminate this as a method of payment.
Partial scholarships based upon need are available for camps.
Summer Saturdays in the studio
Will resume Summer 2017.
A Thousand Words: Integrating Education in Visual Art for Homeschool
As part of the Art Classes in the studio program the Museum offers classes for homeschool students. These special classes combine an art discipline with a school subject and are designed to support the homeschool curriculum. Young artists (ages 6 to 12) explore a different medium or type of art in each three or four week session.
Schedule to be released at a later date.