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Young At Art Museum/Broward County Library
Broward County > Cultural Home > Public Art > PAD Tour > Venue > Young At Art Museum/Broward County Library

 

 Young at Art Museum
              Photo by Robin Hill
751 SW 121st Avenue, Davie, FL  33325
YAA Museum:  (954) 424-0085 
Broward County Library:  (954) 357-5437
For times and more info visit websites:
Click here for YAA Museum's website
Click here for library's website

Through an extraordinary public/private partnership with Broward County, Young At Art Museum is proud to present its new 55,000 square-foot, Gold LEED-certified permanent facility. The new YAA is a project of social inventiveness for families. The new museum has been envisioned as the first art museum experience for children – nurturing the child from birth through teens and into adulthood – creating a no-fail, arts-based learning environment that will transform the way children embrace the arts, become tomorrow’s patrons of the arts and develop into future advocates and supporters of the arts.

The new YAA is a place where families can gather; where children can build a sense of identity through art, architecture, history and culture; where artists can teach their aesthetics; where teachers can develop new art-integrated classroom skills; and where teens can expand their potential, whether through CD production in our Teen Center’s recording studio or through volunteer opportunities throughout the museum.  The new YAA embraces art reflective of the cultural diversity of South Florida, enabling children and adults of diverse ethnicities to build bridges of understanding. Through art children will discover themselves and their role in society.

Above all, children and teens, adults and seniors, teachers and students will have fun – exploring, experiencing, discovering and learning by creating art that explores our diverse and complicated world and helps us understand the broad range of human experience.

 

 Public Art and Design At This Location

 

"I Love You" sculpture by artists Rosario Marquardt and Roberto Behar