By Sharon Aron Baron
The Coral Springs Museum of Art continues classes, exhibits, and a call to artists in 2021; however, to continue keeping residents safe, class sizes are limited, and Covid-19 guidelines will be followed.
Classes and Workshops January – March 2021
Class and workshop registration is now open for preschoolers, children, teens, and adults, with new expanded programs and hours. Classes include painting, drawing, mixed-media, comic book design, ceramics, and sculpture.
Throughout each session, there are several workshops beginning the second week of January for Session I and March for Session II.
These are in-person classes, so class capacity is limited due to social distancing, so make sure to book now.
Visit the museum website for a full schedule of classes coralspringsmuseum.org. Register in person at the museum, online, or call 954-340-5000. Health and Safety protocols are in place and must be followed during programs.
Photographer Cheryl Maeder January 19 -March 6, 2021
This New Year, the museum will host a retrospective of beloved works by fine art photographer and video installation artist Cheryl Maeder.
The core of her work has always been about “connection,”; the innate connection to the self, each other, and all other life forms on this planet.
The show will highlight Maeder’s newest series, “Super Natural,” a collection of images that evoke a mysterious, lyrical world through the interplay of color and light.
Due to social distancing restrictions, the exhibit will only be viewable by reservation. To book your spot, you can visit the Museum’s website, coralspringsmuseum.org/exhibitions, or call 954-340-5000. A reception is scheduled for January 21, from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. with complimentary admission.
Call to Artists – Exhibition Dates March 15-May 1, 2021
The Coral Springs Museum of Art invites artists or artist teams to explore the theme, “DIASPORA” in a time of change.
Diaspora is a term used to describe movements in population from one country to another and is often cited in discussions about identity.
The term diaspora, in art, is used to discuss the artists, or their families, who have migrated from one part of the world to another. They express their diverse experiences of culture and identity in their work, often expressing alternative narratives, and challenging the ideas and structures of the established art world.
Artists can submit work that explores symbolism, story, and beyond or any interpretation of the call that engages the artists.
Special Exhibit Award: $250 for the overall exhibit winner. The artwork will be used in the exhibition promotion and featured on the museum’s show title and statement wall.
The exhibition is open to artists age 18 and older. There is no entry fee. The entry deadline is February 7, 2021. The artists will be notified Friday, February 19, 2021.
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