The Coral Springs Museum of Art is committed to serving the community through programming that is designed to meet the needs of various populations.
Art & Healing
Healing with Art
Designed for pre-teen and teens, students are encouraged to come together and create art in the peaceful setting of the museum’s gallery. Projects vary and incorporate the use of acrylic paints, collage, colored pencils, or sharpies. Participants enjoy snacks and therapeutic art making with their friends.
Art for Warriors
The Coral Springs Museum of Art is so grateful for the service given by our women and men of the military and invites our country’s war heroes to take part in a variety of offerings that are both creative and therapeutic. While working with a board certified art therapist for weekly sessions, veterans will enjoy painting, drawing and other creative projects along side fellow veterans.
Art for Educators
The Coral Springs Museum of Art invites educators and administrators to take part in a variety of art offerings that are both creative and stress reducing. Attendees will enjoy painting, drawings and other creative projects alongside colleagues and fellow teachers.
The Beauty of Autism
The Coral Springs Museum of Art is recognized as a community anchor developing programming to meet the needs of the South Florida community. As a result, the Museum has implemented “Kaleidoscope: the Beauty of Autism”, an art making program designed especially for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs).
Regardless of abilities, art is a form of expression that requires little, perhaps no verbal interaction – art permeates the very deepest part of a person where no words exist. Because of this, art opens doors of communication.
This program, delivered by professional artists, allows children an opportunity to explore the creative process in a creative environment. Creativity sparks curiosity; curiosity leads to enriched learning.