World and Eye Arts Center began in 2010 in a growing arts district in Fort Lauderdale called FAT Village. For five years it was part of the monthly art walks and produced theatrical events in a small brick and mortar art gallery. In 2015 it became a free lance entity and partnered with the Broward Library System producing the Fort Lauderdale Story Slam and Women Crossing the Line Performance Festival.
In 2020 its director, Jean Minuchin moved to the Pioneer Valley in Massachusetts bringing the non-profit with her. Since then World and Eye is embracing its new home developing the Paper, String, Revolt! performance with MuZen Theater at Northampton Center for the Arts in Jan. 2022. In Nov. 2022 World and Eye produced "Bite Size Blends" at EASTWORKS Open Studios, a showcase of multidisciplinary short original works. The showcase included two sets by Jean Minuchin and six sets by local artists including Clown, Music, Poetry, Storytelling and Physical Theater. You can find details about these events and others in the drop down menu under World and Eye History or by clicking on the images below.