By Bryan Boggiano
The Coral Springs Museum of Art is “springing” into the new year with new classes and activities.
The museum announced that registration for their Winter-Spring art classes are now open for two seasonal sessions.
Session I lasts from Jan. 20 until Mar. 5. Session II lasts from Mar. 28 through May 7.
Classes include ceramics, drawing, painting, mixed media, mixed design, printmaking, sewing, and photography. The museum will offer courses on interior design, fashion illustration, and figure drawing for the first time.
Besides catering to multiple areas of interest, the museum offers classes to residents of all ages.
Children as young as 18 months and up to five years old can participate in various preschool programs, including Escort Your Artist, Lil Clay Makers, and JumpstART.
Elementary-aged and preteen residents can participate in mixed media, sewing, ceramics, and more. Residents 16 and over can participate in oil painting, watercolor, and portrait drawing, among other classes. According to the museum’s website, their educational programs allow everyone to learn something new while having fun regardless of age or skill level.
They offer classes during the day, nights, and weekends to give all residents a chance to participate.
Masks are required, and hand sanitizer will be available.
For more information and to register for classes, click here.
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- Bryan has a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and earned his masters in geosciences from Florida International University, where he focused in atmospheric sciences. His interests include weather, entertainment, and municipal government.
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