ART + EXHIBITS

We embrace a myriad of artists at varying levels in their career with a focus on featuring artists that are emerging to mid-level. We are committed to developing and showcasing exhibitions that are engaging, vary in media and techniques from diverse artists both locally and internationally. Exhibitions debut approximately every 8 weeks. Our Museum is a place for all ages to come and enjoy and is admission free. 

We provide a variety of ways for artists, makers and supporters to participate and be highlighted in the museum. Engagement includes but is not limited to selling wares in our gallery to shop, offering workshops, calls to artists, arts sales and events and even becoming an active member of the Coral Springs Artist Guild.  No matter how you participate, we are excited to see you and thank you for your support!  

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Diaspora Dispersion and Resistance | Sonia Baez-Hernandez

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

REAWAKEN

EXHIBITION OVERVIEW 

Multidisciplinary artists Jeanne Jaffe, Marcela Marcuzzi, Marina Font, Molly McGreevy and Nina Surel of Miami-based Collective 62 seek to reawaken and recreate the conventional connotations of classic fairytales, rituals, and legends. These well-known histories are reimaged and given new life through a contemporary lens. Multi-sensory environments composed of larger-than-life sculpture, videos, interactive elements, stop-motion animation, and sound overtake the Museum space.

Exhibition Dates | October 25 – December 4, 2021
Opening Reception | November 18 | 5:30pm- 8:30pm
Ask the Artist | November 18 | 6:30pm

Complimentary Admission for all ages.

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KEN FALANA 

EXHIBITION OVERVIEW

Ken Falana, Best in Show winner of our “Inspired By” exhibition in 2020, presents a retrospective of his work spanning the past 60 years. Born and raised in Florida, he experiments with silk screen, collage and monoprints to create a boldly abstract and colorful collection of art pieces.

Falana was the first in his family to attend college and received an Associate of Arts from Gibbs Junior Community College in 1962 and a Bachelor of Science in Art Education in 1964 from Florida A&M University in Tallahassee. Following graduation, Ken moved to Hollywood to teach public school art at what was then known as Attucks Junior and Senior High School, and worked as an Art Special at the Communication Art Center, BBPI, in Fort Lauderdale. In 1970, with a desire to learn more about printmaking, Ken entered the University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate program, earning an MFA in printmaking in 1972. Soon after, he returned to Florida to accept a teaching position at his alma mater Florida A&M University, and spent the next 30+ years as a Professor of Art while continuing to create and exhibit his own work.

Falana describes himself as a “colorist,” whose inspiration stems from his remembered experiences growing up in rural Central Florida and the Gulf Coast. His oeuvre spans over six decades, and includes a series of early silk screen works and collage prints that explore the Civil Rights movement of the sixties to monotypes and expressionist collages that comment on today’s most pressing issues, such as the global effects of climate change. In recent years, Falana began combining silk screen printing (serigraphy) with collage, and experimenting with monoprinting to create boldly abstract and vibrant new pieces. His artwork remains in public and private collections, including the Museum of the National Center for Afro-American Artists, Boston; NCCU Art Museum; and Florida A&M University, among others.

Exhibition Dates | November 18 – December 31, 2021
Opening Reception | November 18 | 5:30pm- 8:30pm
Ask the Artist | 6:30pm

Complimentary Admission for all ages.

 

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

Featuring local, national and international artists over the course of our 25 year history, our exhibitions have engaged and ignited converations and careers of emerging, mid-level, and accomplished artists. 

Super Natural - Cheryl Maeder
Super Natural - Cheryl Maeder

TOURS

Museum tours are designed to give visitors an exciting visual arts experience of our exhibition(s) for all ages.  Led by our volunteer docents or museum educators, guided tours of the museum bring to life our special exhibitions both indoors and out. For more information and/or to request a tour CLICK the Tour Request button below. 

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THE WORKSHOP | MUSEUM STORE

The WORKSHOP is our curated gallery shop filled with one of a kind arts and wares. We offer opportunities for Makers and Artists to display and sell their original creations throughout the year. We market, sell and present your goods during both private and public events. We present your sold goods to customers and collectors in a beautiful package ready to be given as a gift or gifted to yourself. 

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CALL FOR ENTRIES 

We offer call for entries from time to time. Please keep your eyes peeled for a future call. In the meantime, check out our upcoming events through our profile on artscalendar.com, courtesy of the Broward County Cultural Division. 

BROWARD ARTS CALENDAR

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