Coral Springs Museum of Art Fall II Classes Start Nov. 1

Coral Springs Museum of Art Fall II Classes Start Nov. 1

Coral Springs Museum of art gets ready for a new session of fall classes.

By Bryan Boggiano

Fun for the whole family is just a brushstroke away.

Classes are open at the Coral Springs Museum of Art for their Fall II session, available for all groups, including children as young as 18 months.

“We’re trying to get the community involved and include everyone, all ages, all interests,” said Briana Zimmerman, guest services and digital media coordinator. “We want to be as inclusive as possible. We want to get everybody in here.”

Classes include ceramics, drawing, painting, mixed media, comic design, printmaking, sewing, and photography. Classes will be held at various times to accommodate school and work schedules.

For children between 18 months and 24 months, there is an “Escort Your Artist” class that helps toddlers develop confidence, motor skills, and social skills while being introduced to art.

There is also a jumpstART preschool program for kids 3 to 5, where children will learn about new art projects and create projects.

Children between 5 and 12 have a menu of options, including comic book design, drawing, and ceramic, while teens can enjoy pottery, printmaking, and painting.

For people 16 and older, there is an array of options from sewing to ceramics. But for those looking to destress, the museum offers yoga classes.

Even though COVID-19 numbers continue to go down, the museum will offer smaller classes for learning and health reasons. Masks are not required, but they are encouraged.

All classes start the week of Nov. 1, but museum staff mentioned that spots fill up quickly.

To register and see a complete list of classes, visit the Coral Springs Museum of Art’s website, visit the museum at 2855A Coral Springs Drive, or call 954-340-5000.

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Coral Springs Museum of Art Fall II Classes Start Nov. 1

Bryan Boggiano
A University of Florida journalism graduate, Bryan is pursuing his masters in geosciences at Florida International University. He has a strong interest in weather, entertainment, and journalism.

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