Homeschool at the Museum

The Coral Springs Museum of Art offers enriching education opportunities to the homeschool community. Through art children will develop important life skills that will help them in academic situations as well as aid in their growth into
independent adults.
All classes are taught by professional artists.

Classes run the first and third Tuesday of every month from 10am-12pm

Pricing per class:

$75.00 member
$90.00 non-member

All materials are included in class fees

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Call 954-340-5000 to make your reservation today!

HOMESCHOOL GUIDE

September

Confidence: Mistake or Masterpiece

During this class children will be encouraged with art to reach beyond their comfort zone and learn to be confident in their choices and mistakes. They will be guided in trying new art making techniques and use materials without fear of failure or the final outcome. Students will learn and be inspired by master artists who are known for making bold choices in their art.

October

Creative Thinking: Beyond the Canvas

Children will be challenged to explore and break boundaries as they create their own unique artwork using unconventional materials. They will learn and experiment with mixed media techniques, and discuss the advantages in creating art in “non traditional” ways. For inspiration, they will be introduced to artist Frank Stella, who’s work playfully dances the line between flat painting and 3-demensional sculpture.

November

Creative Thinking: Beyond the Canvas

Students will learn about the master of problem solving, Leonardo Da Vinci. As a man who’s curiosities spanned many disciplines, Da Vinci was able to solve problems by forming connections between seemingly dissimilar things. Children will enhance their problem solving skills while learning to embrace their natural curiosity and creativity as they tackle one of today’s biggest environmental issues, pollution.

December

Perseverance: Experimenting with Color

Artists are constantly experimenting with new techniques and materials. This sometimes takes a long time and many failures before something comes out the way they want. Children will get a peak of what it takes to be an artist by creating their own experiments using color, and attempting to create a new technique of their own.

January

Focus: A Point of Concentration

Children will practice concentration skills by utilizing the art technique known as pointillism. By using small dots of color, that they will place in distinct patterns to create a desired image, children will learn that important skills like focus and patience are needed to accomplish their goals.

February

Observation: Art in Nature

Children will be introduced to drawing techniques such as, perspective, form, value, and the importance of learning “how to see”. They will then put their new skills of observation to use while sketching outdoors in nature or “en plein air”. They will use the information gathered by their sight and portray it skillfully on paper.

March

Communication: Expressively Abstract

This class will introduce students to the abstract art movement. They will practice communicating abstract ideas and emotions visually without the constraint of objective reality; guiding them to open their mind and broaden their Imagination.

April

Cooperation– Artistic Partnership

Children will learn about famous art collaborations and the artists behind them. They will also take a peak into the Dada art movement, which is known for its “absurd” collaborations. Inspired by what they have learned they will practice teamwork while they work with their classmates to construct their own collaborative art piece.

May

Responsibility: Get Messy

Children will have a blast creating 3-D art with a ceramic artist. They will practice responsibility using tools and working with clay in the ceramics studio. They will learn that there are consequences when artists are not responsible with their materials and do not respect the rules of the classroom.

Museum Policies: Classes run based on a minimum number of students enrolled. Because of this, the Museum reserves the right to cancel a class due to low enrollment or other circumstances which would make the class non-viable. In such circumstance, students will be notified of a Museum sanctioned cancellation. Further, the Museum follows the Broward County and City of Coral Springs weather advisory for hazardous conditions and does not provide make-up classes due to such weather related closing or other emergency closings. For more information about the Museum’s cancellation policy or for a copy of said policy, please call 954-340-5000 or visit www.coralspringsmuseum.org. The Coral Springs Museum of Art provides classes that are taught by professional artist in their artistic discipline. At times, instructors announced for a specific class may change. To this end, the Museum does not allow for cancellations due to changes in instructors. The deadline to register for any class is five (5) business days before the start of said class. Registration after this time frame is subject to a $15 late fee. All class fees must be paid in full at time of registration. There is a $40 assessment for all returned checks. Class fees cannot be prorated and are nonrefundable. No fee will be returned for failure to attend a class. Make-up classes are not offered. Minor children must be dropped off and picked up by a parent or disclosed guardian in the Museum reception area and checked in by Museum personnel. It is the responsibility of the parent or guardian of any minor child to inform the Museum, in writing, of any and all medical conditions, medications and/or allergies of said minor child.Discounts are in place for members and noted as such per class offerings. Discounts for siblings are considered after the first child is registered at the regular member rate, each additional sibling will be provided with a $5 per class discount.

Attendee Agreement: The Coral Springs Museum of Art is not responsible for any artwork or personal items lost, stolen or left in the classrooms. Items left behind may be subject to disposal or donation. I understand that the Coral Springs Museum of Art produces a range of communication and marketing efforts, which includes communication with other media outlets. With this understanding, I consent to the use of my image or that of my minor child referenced in this application for these purposes without compensation. Further, I understand that the Museum may use images of any and all students’ artwork without compensation. I hereby waive any and all rights and/or claims for damages against the Coral Springs Museum of Art that may occur. I accept all risk and do hereby release the Coral Springs Museum of Art, “the studio”, its employees and its representatives for any and all liabilities and/or injuries during any activity. Further, I agree that should medical attention be required due to accident or illness and my emergency contact person is unreachable, the Coral Springs Museum of Art is permitted to seek such medical serves deemed necessary and appropriate.