Young At Art Museum

751 SW 121st Avenue, Davie, FL 33325 - United States

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Young At Art Museum is where imagination, education and discovery meet in exciting and new ways. We believe that art has the power to inspire and teach children of all ages. At YAA, you will experience a variety of sounds, textures and sights as you move through our exhibits, with the ability to create your own masterpiece in every gallery!

Exhibits

ArtScapes
Permanent Exhibit
ArtScapes is a thematic journey of art history where art crosses time, place and culture. The exhibit uses both real art and replicas in graphic ways to create contemporary, theme-oriented environments based on a child’s view of the world.

CultureScapes
Permanent Exhibit
CultureScapes celebrates and brings new understanding of our culturally diverse world through the eyes and art of contemporary artists from Haiti, Latin America, Cuba, Africa, Native America and Asia. You and your child will discover how an artist interprets his or her culture and traditions, how the artist’s culture, traditions and environment influence their art and how the artist lives and works in their studio environment.

GreenScapes
Permanent Exhibit
GreenScapes encourages you and your child to reconnect with nature, discovering the potential of art to call attention to environmental issues. By making art that conserves and protects, GreenScapes proves that art and the environment are interconnected in a myriad of ways.

WonderScapes
Permanent Exhibit
WonderScapes is an artful journey of words, music, play and literacy for children from birth to age 4. WonderScapes is based on the imagery of illustrator DeLoss McGraw, whose version of Alice in Wonderland won the Illustrator’s Society Book of the Year Award.

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