Mosaic works of art created by students that will last for the rest of their lives.
Students develop a sense of pride & empowerment that lasts long after the program is completed.
To complete the project, kids learn how to think creatively and work as a team.
Permanent community art created by students.
Makers art program is a highly versatile program that engages students in creating permanent public works of art. This could be a stunning mosaic mural, sculpture, bench, or welcome sign for their school or neighborhood.
This program gets everyone involved, regardless of age or art experience, and can be readily adapted to fit within your school’s budget and schedule.
Students and teachers will be trained by our professional mosaic artists, and given all the necessary tools, materials, and resources. We guide your team every step along the way—from group brainstorming, design workshops, and hands-on mosaic training, all the way to the completion of your community masterpiece.
How to Bring Art to Your Students
Reach out to us.
Fill out the request form and a member of our team will contact you to provide more details, answer your questions, and start developing a custom plan for your school or school district.
Get the ball rolling.
We provide a proposal with concept drawings, scope of work, and estimated budget—all you have to do is give feedback and determine the funding source. Whether from district funds, a non-profit grant, PTA funds, or private donations, we've seen it all and will help every step of the way and provide the necessary writing.
We work with your staff and students to coordinate design workshops, skill-building, and professional mosaic training. We provide all the tools, materials, and supplies necessary to create your masterpiece.
Why people love Makers
“I’m going to have a piece of myself at this school.”
Student at Orland High School
“Thank you for making art easy to teach. Also, the children love it!”
— Marcela Beltran,
2nd grade teacher
“Students are not only learning, but they are also enjoying what they are doing.”
— Matt Phillips,
Principal of Southwest High School