Special events at the Museum provide grown-ups with the opportunity to play while also raising meaningful contributions that benefit the Museum's programs.

Women of Vision

Women of Vision 2013

For more than a decade, some of Broward's most dedicated community leaders have contributed to Young At Art Museum through its Women of Vision event. Chaired in its inception by then Broward County Commissioner Lori Parrish, the Women of Vision have been the foundation for the growth of Young At Art into the cultural icon it is today. Each February we celebrate the contribution of this dedicated group of women and men with a luncheon, honoring a prominent member of our community.

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All event proceeds support YAA community programs that benefit those whose opportunities to engage with art are limited by geography, ethnicity, economics or disability. To learn more click here.


At Tastemakers adults get the chance to embrace their inner child and be immersed in unique artistic experiences combining music, great food, and libations. In addition to highlighting the best of the culinary and art worlds, YAA's yearly art raffle exhibition Annual Interest fills the museum with original works donated by locally and internationally acclaimed artists that you can take home.

Recycled Fashion Show

Fashion Show

The Annual Recycled Fashion Show is an evening acknowledging and celebrating the determination, creativity and environmental voice of teens from the museum's Volunteer Program and PACE Center for Girls Broward. Over the course of four months, the girls – who come from diverse backgrounds, needs and experiences – collaborate to research environmental issues as inspiration for garments they create from recycled materials including remnant fabric, bottle caps, metallic mesh, plastic, newspaper, cardboard and wire. Proceeds from the event benefit YAA's art programs for at-risk youth in our community.