Coral Springs Museum of Art
Coral Springs Museum of Art is now open Monday-Saturday from 8:30AM-5:30PM with free admission. The Museum currently offers both virtual programming including adult and youth classes, virtual exhibitions, and online artist talks, as well as in-person exhibits including 100 Faces of War, a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian, which presents the stories of those who served the U.S. in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. The exhibition will be on view at the Coral Springs Museum of Art through December 30, 2020.
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About Coral Springs Museum of Art:
With its beautiful, open architectural design, and atrium view, coupled with its warm and inviting ambiance, the Coral Springs Museum of Art is unlike any other cultural institution – it is a unique place for all to experience the passion and beauty of the visual arts. Throughout the organization’s tenure, the profound philosophy that art is for everyone remains, and the Museum is unwavering in its commitment in to expel the stigma associated with art museums. Since its inception, the Museum has been exhibiting vast and astounding works of art. In addition to its impressive indoor galleries, the Museum is proud of its external offerings in the visual arts. These extraordinary outdoor art experiences include an International Peace Garden with majestic mosaic egress, and numerous sculptures surrounded by lush, eco-friendly landscaping, all of which inspire peace. The Museum’s tribute to the Everglades – a 54 x 17 foot, hand crafted wall showcasing the habitat and beauty of the Florida Everglades through over 7,000 3×3 relief ceramic clay tiles lends to the ecological aesthetic of the outdoor galleries. Also, peppered throughout the grounds are larger than life orange slices, a mystic hima lama, ‘Mindscape’ by Yoshin Ogata, and an enormous, beautiful mosaic chair in which to sit and take in all of the splendor of this outdoor visual art showcase.
The mission of the Coral Springs Museum of Art is to create a stimulating and enjoyable educational visual arts experience for the south Florida community, exhibiting diverse Florida, national and international artists.