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We host a variety of special events monthly and annually ranging from Artist + Makers Markets, MIX Happy Hours, Workshops, 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!



Luis Garcia-Nerey, through a series of paintings and site-specific installations throughout the Museum, invites viewers to confront and explore one of the most basic theories of human existence: the idea of the Self and the Other.  Stay tuned for upcoming programming in conjunction with this exhibit.   

January 11 – February 26

Join us for ARTventures Family Fun Day every second Saturday of the month. Together families will enhance their education in arts and culture with creative activities such as storytelling, music, and art production. ARTventures starts with a tour of the current exhibit and culminates with a fun and engaging activity for the whole family.

February 12 | 2 – 3pm
Ages 2+ | $6 Members | $8 Non-Members

Ask the Artist is a Q&A series where artists, industry insiders, and special guests chat with us about topics ranging from inspiration, behind-the-scenes work, impact on the art world, and more! Ask the Artist takes place during the Artist Receptions for our current exhibitions.

January 20 | 6:30pm

Join us the second Wednesday of every month for our very own MIX Happy Hour event! Grab your friends and MIX and Mingle at the Museum! Artmaking, music, drinks, and more are in store, each month with a different theme. There is always a reason to stop by and enjoy. MIX it up! 

February 9 | 6 – 8pm
Ages 21+ | Free Admission | Cash Bar


Valentine’s Day Wreaths: Couples Night Workshop

Looking for a unique and creative way to celebrate Valentine’s Day? If you are a couple, friends, partners, significant others, or even looking for a girl’s night out, then we have the experience for you! In this workshop 2 adults will collaborate to create a Valentine’s Day Wreath using simple techniques and textile materials. Participants of age will also be able to purchase beer and wine that will be brought right to you while you relax and enjoy the atmosphere.

February 9 | 6:30 – 8:30pm

Linoleum Block Printing with Victoria Englehart

Students will learn the basics methods, terms and tools of printmaking, primarily linoleum block printing. They will become knowledgeable with the materials, process, and tools required to develop their print from concept to completion. The finished product will be several matted prints for framing and note cards with envelopes.

March 5 | 12 – 3pm

Portrait Sculpture with Leda Almar

Students will learn the basic methods of sculpting and modeling a figure, head, and bust. They will become knowledgeable with the materials, process, and tools required to successfully develop their figure from concept to completion. The sculpture will be painted during workshop. Once dry, the sculpture will be fired and ready for pick up a week later.

April 9 | 9:30am – 4:30pm

Valentine’s Day Wreaths: Family Fun Workshop

We are feeling the love at the Coral Springs Museum of Art this Valentine’s Day, and we invite your family to join by attending our Valentine’s Day Wreath Workshop! Families will bond and collaborate in making a lovely Valentines Wreath using simple techniques and textile materials. Connect with your loved ones in this creative and cozy art-making opportunity! The class fee covers 1 child and 1 adult to create a single wreath together.

February 12 | 1 – 3pm

Silly Rabbits with Diane Lublinski

Visiting artist Diane Lublinski will show you how to construct one of her iconic “Silly Rabbit” sculptures. Basic knowledge of wheel throwing and hand building is necessary. Students will explore carving and textural techniques, innovative glazing methods, and much more! Once dry, the sculpture will be fired and ready for pick up a week later, just in time for Easter!

March 19 | 9:30am – 4:30pm

The Art of Healing: Art Therapy with Leah Guzman

Leah Guzman, board certified art therapist and professional artist, will guide you in creating a life wheel, looking at each section of life for balance. In the first half of the workshop, you will create art related to an area of life that needs healing (releasing). In the second half, you will create art related to what you want to manifest in your lives. Each participant will receive a signed copy of Leah’s new book filled with creative exercises to heal and manifest.

April 23 | 12 – 3pm