Education in a Nutshell

At the CSMOA we believe in Creating Community through the Arts!  Our education program allows everyone, regardless of age or skill level, to learn a new skills, techniques and concepts while enjoying the arts.  We have something for everyone and offer programs during the day, evening & weekends throughout the year taught by some of the best professional artists around! If you need help accessing or setting up your account, stop in or call us at (954) 340-5000. Please send all refund/credit requests to Fiorella Lavena at If you love art but aren’t interested in art making we have fun and informative Art Tours for all ages. 




Youth + Teen

CSMOA offers classes for both kids and teens, starting as young as 18 months old. Students will work closely and learn from professional artists in a fun and inspiring studio environment. If you don’t see a class that works for you sign up for private lessons or put a group of 6 together and we can make a class for you! 


Learn a new skill or expand your artistic practice with one of the many classes designed to engage both the beginner and seasoned artists. Our classes are great for college-bound high school students looking to add quality work to their art or design admissions portfolios! All classes are for ages 16+, unless otherwise specified.

Class Catalogues

Youth and Teen Adult Registration

All supplies are included in Youth + Teen Classes, Adults must buy their own supplies from the lists below:

Supply Lists
All ages | Supplies Included   Summer Catalogue
Youth and Teen Adult Registration

All supplies are included in Youth + Teen Classes, Adults must buy their own supplies from the lists below:

Supply Lists


At the CSMOA, we want everyone to be able to explore their artistic side! We understand that life gets busy and committing to an extended class session may not be realistic for everyone. This is why we are proud to offer workshops all year long! Through our workshops, both beginner and advanced students have the opportunity to explore new artistic mediums and techniques without committing to an extended class session. We have workshops for all adults, teens, kids, + families. 


The Joy of Spoon Carving
with Ashley Look

The Joy of Carving is a craft experience designed to help participants slow down. The focus of this workshop is tactile exploration of wood carving techniques to create your own functional art.

$220 | Ages 17+
Saturday May 6th | 9:00am – 4:00pm

Mom & Me Mother’s Day Vases

Get ready to celebrate this Mother’s Day with a special project for two! Select from an assortment of handmade, one-of-a-kind ceramic vases, and decorate your vase with your little one using an assortment of fun and vibrant art materials. Fresh flowers to place in your vase included. Only 10 unique vases available, so sign up to create a special memory today! Workshop price includes one handmade vase, flowers, and admission for a parent and child. Materials included.

$25 | All Ages
Saturday, May 6th | 9:30am – 11:00am

Father’s Day Super-Dad Card

It’s the time of year to celebrate how super Dad is! Fly over to the museum ahead of this years Father’s Day to create a 3D card of Dad as the superhero he is! Using an assortment of papers and decorative materials, our museum educators will guide you and your child to creating a special memory that Dad is sure to remember. Spaces are limited, so sign up today. Workshop price includes making one handmade 3D card per parent and child. Materials included.

$25 | Ages 3-9
Saturday, June 10th | 9:30am – 11:00am

Teaching Artist

CSMoA Teaching Artists are professional artists with the complementary skills and sensibilities of an educator, who engage people in learning experiences in, through, and about the arts. The Museum brings high caliber artists into our studios through a range of innovative creative arts educational programs. Teaching artists work at the intersection of artistry and education by using their expertise, creativity, and passion to provide distinctive arts learning experiences for students and teachers.