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Phone 954-554-3153
Services available Single Student Workshop, Single Teacher Workshop, Series or Performance


Description of Services

Artist's Eye Art & Educational Services
Art and educational programming for students in the pre-school, elementary, middle, and high school grades as well as hands-on workshops for teachers and adults. All of our programs are tailored towards the individual needs of the students.

Inspiring and creative hands on art activities are planned so the participant enjoys and learns educational skills. Plans incorporate the requirements for Florida's Sunshine State Standards and integrate subjects with literacy and art. Artist's Eye works with a wide variety of students - both typical and special needs populations striving to meet the needs of diverse learners of all cognitive and physical abilities.

Our goals include developing appreciation for individual creativity, for the arts as a whole, and becoming acquainted with local arts and artists. Our programs provide teachers and children with valuable educational lessons and enjoyable art activities.

The educational goals include:

  • Learning and development of art skills
  • Completion of art activities
  • Individual and personalized art exploration
  • Social and emotional growth
  • Cognitive growth
  • Enjoyment
  • Enrichment of art for art's sake

Methods used:

  • Lecture
  • Visual Demonstrations
  • Discussion
  • Stories and use of literature as a base or springboard
  • Hands-on art activities
  • Alignment with the Sunshine State Standards
  • Integration of varied subject learning areas
  • Development of art skills
  • Introduction
  • Practice
  • Assistance when needed
  • Hand over hand method for special needs
  • Adaptive tools and devices used

Indicators of progress:

  • Completion of projects and/or products
  • Meeting objectives of the program's plans
  • Enjoyment and personal gratification of participants

Assessment methods:

  • Observation and systematic observation
  • Completion of projects and/or product evaluation
  • Informal critique
  • Artist's Eye, Inc. developed and utilizes their own presentation evaluation forms which are given to the site administrator to provide feedback regarding the program


Grade Level:


Number of Participants:

Min. 5 - Max. 30




English; All children and all ages, typical and/or physically, emotionally, or mentally handicapped. Artist's Eye, Inc. has worked with children and adult populations with varying handicapping conditions including speech and language delays, cerebral palsy, autism, physically handicapped, and other needs; juvenile justice, at risk, seniors, shelter based, community-based, school-based, public housing, afterschool, summer.


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all visual arts standards


$50-280 per hour, depending on program.


Visual Arts


Phone:        954-554-3153


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