The Boca Raton Museum of Art School campus was founded at its current site in the historic neighborhood of Old Floresta, in Boca Raton, Florida in 1961. Old Floresta, as its name implies, is characterized by old growth shade trees, narrow streets, and elegant bungalows originally designed by Addison Mizner in the 1920s. The area was designated Boca Raton’s first historic district in 1990.
Situated in a park like setting directly off Palmetto Park Road, large trees shade our vast sculpture garden and invite numerous social and art activities around the property. The Art School is a dynamic active art center with more than 5,000 annual enrollments in our eleven creative studio areas. Faculty and students of all ages and levels find a place where they can share their enthusiasm for the visual arts and process of making art, learn new skills, experiment, and grow in their creativity and talents. The school offers courses in ceramics, sculpture, painting, textiles, multimedia, photography, ikebana, and jewelry design among other creative endeavors.
We are committed to the health and safety of our students, staff, and volunteers. In consideration of all participating the Boca Raton Museum Art School will follow current guidelines set by the governor of the State of Florida and local authorities.
- The Art School has created a robust cleaning and sanitizing schedule.
- Masks will be required for adult instructors, staff, and volunteers.
- The students will be encouraged to wear masks as well and will be provided.
- We will adhere to social distancing in the classrooms with a maximum of 10 students per room as well as no rotating between rooms for activities.
- Each student will have their own set of materials and will not share supplies.
- Students will wash their hands upon entering the building and will go directly to their classroom.
- We encourage all students to use the hand sanitizing stations frequently that are placed in each classroom as well as throughout The Art School.