By Claire Nana
The Coral Springs Museum of Art hosts their first-ever Pine and Palm Holiday Market featuring a variety of one-of-a-kind artwork and creations from local makers and opportunities to participate in learning workshops and view museum exhibitions.
“The Pine and Palm Holiday Market is a new event for the museum, and we wanted to offer it as an opportunity for community members to highlight and showcase their wares, as well as a way to show off the museum,” said executive director Jill Brown.
On Friday, December 10, and Saturday, December 11, the event kicks off with a Friday night fundraiser for the museum, including a happy hour and a shopping event. This event does require tickets to get in. The holiday market is free to all, and as Brown noted, “Everything is one-of-a-kind and curated.”
For the community, the event offers a way to get some holiday shopping done and to see and enjoy the museum. There will be several exhibitions for residents to enjoy and see and meet the artists. Attendees can also participate in various mini-workshops to learn crafts such as wreath building, painting, and more.
The event hours are Friday, 5:30-8 pm, and Saturday, 10:30-2:30 pm. Brown is also looking for vendor applications, which must be submitted by November 4 by 5 pm.
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