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We host a variety of special events monthly and annually ranging from Artist + Makers Markets, MIX Happy Hours, Artist Talks, Family Fun Days and more. Our events are a great way for artists and art enthusiasts to share their passion for art, culture, and FUN! Check back often to find out more about our events throughout the year!



Join us for ARTventures Family Fun Activity every second Saturday of the month. Together families will enhance their education in arts and culture with creative activities related to the exhibits at the museum. ARTventures starts with a tour of the current exhibit and culminates with a fun and engaging activity for the whole family. Art activities change each month to provide variety in materials and themes of the exhibits.

Monthly | 2 – 3pm  

Limited Seats, please buy a ticket early!

Ages 2+ | $6 Members | $8 Non-Members

(Prices per project participant.)

  • January 14th
  • February 11th
  • March 11th
  • April 8th
  • May 13th
  • June 10th
  • July 8th
  • August 12th
  • September 9th
  • October 14th
  • No ARTventures in November & December


Pine & Palm Holiday Market 

Join us for our 3rd Annual Pine & Palm Holiday Market December, 2023! The 2-day shopping event will be filled with original art and wares from local artist and makers. This is a great opportunity to “Sip, Shop and Celebrate!” the holidays with your friends and family. Mark your calendars and stay tuned for more details as they become available! 

Friday, December 1, 2023 5:30-8pm
| Preview Market
Admission: $10 in Advance |  $15 at the Door  
Featuring Live Music by Tim LaRoque

Saturday, December 2, 2023 10:30 – 2:30pm | Public Market 
Admission: Complimentary
Featuring Live Art Performance by Milena Arango 

Purchase Tickets for Friday Event 

Featured vendors for this year’s Holiday Art Market are:

Renee Divins
Daphne Essiet
Sarah Ferrer
Kyra Lamison
Mark Lester
Chelsea Longsworth
Sameen Mirza
Danielle Portuondo
Jennifer Ramos
Bertha Rangel
Mabel Rodriguez


In Conversation

Join us for a conversation between South Florida artist Kandy Lopez and Dr. Patricia Saunders, Director of Graduate Studies, Hemispheric Caribbean Studies at the University of Miami. This event is organized in conjunction with Lopez’s solo exhibition “Intersectionality”, currently on display at the Coral Springs Museum of Art.

Event is FREE and Open to the Public

About Kandy Lopez

Native to New Jersey, Kandy Lopez has called Florida home since a young age. She received her BFA and BS from the University of South Florida, concentrating in Painting, Marketing & Management, and also received her MFA with a concentration in Painting from Florida Atlantic University. Previously teaching at Florida Atlantic University and Daytona State College, Lopez now teaches as an associate Professor in the Department of Communication, Media and Arts at the Halmos College of Art and Sciences at Nova Southeastern University. Kandy Lopez is represented by ACA Galleries in New York.

About Dr. Saunders

Patricia J. Saunders is Professor of English at the University of Miami, Coral Gables where she is the Co-Editor of Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal. She is the author of Alien-Nation and Repatriation: Translating Identity in Anglophone Caribbean Literature (2007) and co-editor of Music. Memory. Resistance: Calypso and the Caribbean Literary Imagination (2007). Her second monograph, Buyers Beware: Epistemologies of Consumption in Caribbean Popular Culture (2022), examines how practices of consumption in the Caribbean is shifting in powerful, though unexpected ways that can overturn paradigms of power and privilege.  Using what she calls “cultural insurgency” consumers in countries with smaller scale economies have been able to enjoy some of the privileges typically accorded to consumers from larger countries and economies.  She explores a range of Caribbean popular cultural modes of expression including Jamaican dancehall music, Caribbean fashion (including practices of body modification), as well as the work of contemporary visual artists Ebony G. Patterson, Christopher Cozier, and Leasho Johnson. Each critical site asks us to consider the ways practices such as “fair trade,” consumer satisfaction, and even con-artistry, have taken on new, wonderfully perverse meaning in the global marketplace. Buyers Beware is  published in the Critical Caribbean Studies Series with Rutgers University Press.

Happy Little Trees

On Friday, December 15th we’ll be painting Happy Little Trees at the Museum! Join us for an afternoon of Bob Ross inspired fun where you can paint Happy Little Trees following instructions on the big screen in the gallery. Admission to the museum is free but you must purchase a ticket to Paint – Ticket includes supplies.

4:00pm – Family Friendly
5:00pm – General Public
6:00pm – General Public
7:00pm – General Public












Empty Walls

This is an opportunity for all artists to showcase their work in a museum setting with the opportunity to support the museum and/or sell your work.  All Empty Walls 6″x 6″ proceeds support Arts programming for all ages and will help us continue to offer free admission. Join the Fun and Help Us EMPTY OUR WALLS! 

Exhibition | February 29 – March 30, 2024
Event/Sale | March 30, 2024 – Stay tuned!