Virginia K. Freyermuth, Inc. located in Carver, Massachusetts, provides personalized art classes, art instruction, online art classes, art distance learning, fine portraiture, fine art, art curriculum consulting, art professional development, art retreats, university art courses, art publications, art prints, and the 1999 Massahcusetts Waterfowl Print. Dr. Virginia Freyermuth is a popular keynote speaker. Virginia Freyermuth conducts ongoing research for The Wonder Full Teacher Project. Virginia K. Freyermuth, Inc. promotes holistic art education in its art classes, online art classes, art distance learning, art retreats, and art and creative professional development workshops.
Virginia K. Freyermuth, President of Virginia K. Freyermuth, Inc. of Southeastern Massachusetts, is an award-winning art educator, the 1994 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year named by the Massachusetts Department of Education, the 1995 National Outstanding Art Teacher of Walt Disney American Teacher Awards, and Outstanding Art Teacher awarded by the Massachusetts Alliance of Arts Education. Virginia K. Freyermuth is a retired full-time faculty member of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Private art classes are offered in her barn studio in Carver Massachusetts where she offers individualized art instruction and holistic art education that promotes creativity and the creative process. She teaches art classes for grades 8-12 and Adults, beginners to advanced. She offers classes in portfolio development for high school students.
Art Where You Are is the title given for Online Art Classes and Art Distance Learning. Art For Good is the name given for efforts to donate a portion of the proceeds of work purchased through the website to charitable and educational organizations. Fine Portraiture is offered in pastel and mixed media andoil and mixed media. Fine Portrait paintings are offered for children and adults. Virginia Freyermuth has been named to Marquis Who's Who in the World and Who's Who in America. Virginia Freyermuth was a Master Teacher of the Connecting Oceans Academy of the ECHO Project, Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations, a federally funded initiative. She currently co-teaches for Teach!SouthCoast at Umass Dartmouth.