Please keep in mind that due to COVID-19, events should be verified directly with the organization prior to attending.
Broward Cultural Division is here to help keep the arts powered through hurricane season.
As South Florida officially enters hurricane season, here are some resources to help keep you, your organization or your creative work safe.
Get ahead. Fast and easy actions from Broward County that you can take now to prepare:
Hot tip: Take the fear out of the unknown and watch this video about Hurricane Tracking and Reporting, presented by Museum of Discovery and Science. It’s perfect for easing your mind and explaining how hurricanes work to your little ones.
Above: En Plane Air, previously on view at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.En Plane Air is a colorful exhibition of 27 umbrellas – made of painted paper plates with pipe cleaners – created by children of Broward County employees ages 4-13 who worked through Hurricane Irma in September 2017 at the County’s Emergency Operations Center. The umbrellas symbolically provided a source of safety for the children from the hurricane-force rain and wind.