• Student using a paintbrush to make a piece of art.

Visual Arts

  • The primary goal of the Visual Arts program is to enable students to develop their minds and intellectual capabilities using all forms of creative intelligence.  The Visual Arts are an essential part of the curriculum in Broward County Public Schools. Creativity and self-expression are nurtured allowing students to solve problems and think critically. Through an integrated, interdisciplinary approach, the Arts provide a safe environment for the evolution and resolution of ideas. Students are challenged to be active participants in a program with high expectations.

    Our team has worked diligently to ensure that the SMART Bond Kiln Program runs effectively and efficiently providing our district with ceramics equipment to enhanced ceramic programs at BCPS schools.

  • Coral Glades HS Art Show- Art in Bloom

    Students' artwork from the Coral Glades HS feeder pattern was combined into one Art Show.  Here is a sample of the beautiful artwork. Here is a small sample of the artwork shown.

    Parkside Elementary Students' Artwork Sawgrass Springs Middle Students' Artwork

    Ceramics created by students 

  • Holocaust through the Arts

    Congratulations to Art Teacher Sandy Goldglantz from Everglades Elementary School.  She received the Education Changemaker Leadership Award from the Anti-Defamation League for teaching the Holocaust through her art classes through the Butterfly Project.

    ADL Florida 2023 Education Leadership Award Sandra Goldglantz

  • Staff

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    Donna Haynes-Curriculum Supervisor, Visual Arts; 754-321-1862

    Chantal Bandoni-Instructional Facilitator, Visual Arts; 754-321-1884

Contact Information

  • Applied Learning

    600 SE Third Avenue

    Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301

    Phone: 754-321-1878

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    Susan M. Cantrick

    Director

Visual Arts Staff

  • Donna Haynes
    Curriculum Supervisor: Visual Art K-12

    Chantal Bandoni
    Instructional Facilitator: Visual Art K-12

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