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August 2004. The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
M.A.T, Museum Education
December 1999. University of Georgia, Athens, GA
B.F.A., Art Education; concentration in drawing and painting
HOPE and Presidential Scholar; Dean's List 3 quarters
Golden Key National Honor Society
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The von Liebig Art Center, Naples, FL June 2000-June 2003
Director of Education
Facilitated and coordinated all educational programming, including developing course curricula and promotional material, lectures, studio classes and workshops, panel discussions, films, and any educational events associated with current exhibitions of contemporary art, 1950 forward.
Supervised Registration; Youth Program Coordinator; a faculty of 35 for fall, winter, spring, and summer sessions for both adult and youth courses; a docent corps of 16; and 17 student interns and volunteers during the summer sessions.
Website coordinator/staff liaison for the Art Centerís website, www.naplesart.org. Also acted as interim Newsletter Coordinator/staff liaison for the Art Center News.
Developed and implemented community-based education programs, such as the Brown Bag Talks series and the ARTalks for Educators project
Communicated regularly with Collier County art teachers for annual scholarship program and teaching opportunities, as well as partnering with other organizations for youth educational programming
Trained docents for scheduled tours of current exhibitions of contemporary art
Organized education department general and program budgets, including final budget reports for grant evaluations
Prepared and formulated grants for public and private funding of education programs
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA Feb - June 2000
Metro Atlanta Partnership for Visual Arts and Learning (MAP) Program Assistant
Acted as Site Manager for a series of major teacher conferences in visual/verbal literacy for six metro-Atlanta elementary schools utilizing the Museumís permanent collection
May 1999- June 2000. The Great Frame Up, Duluth, GA
Custom archival picture framer focused in conservation and aesthetics.
February 1998- January 1999. Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA
School Art Symposium Coordinator
Coordinated a state-level juried art exhibition for Georgia high school students
November 1997- January 1999. Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA
Intern, Department of Education
June 1995-December 1997. The Learning Center at Kennestone Hospital, Marietta, GA
s t u d e n t . t e a c h i n g.
August-October 1999. Norcross High School, Norcross, GA
Taught Stagecraft, 2D-Design, and Drawing and Painting.
October-December 1999. Suwannee Elementary School, Suwannee, GA
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The Great Frame Up, Duluth, GA. June 1999-present.
North Georgia Student Art Sale, Atlanta, GA. 1999.
National Art Education Association Student Art Show; UGA. 1998, 99
Kids'Fest Arts Festival; Athfest; Athens, GA. 1998
Pandora; University of Georgia's yearbook, Academics section. 1997-98-- named Outstanding Section Member
Talent Expo; University of Georgia, 1996-- Awarded $100 First Prize, Visual Arts Division
Arts Festival of Atlanta; 99X-hibit. 1996, 97
Student Art Exhibition, Mercer University, Macon, GA. 1995-96
Cauldron; Mercer University's yearbook, Assistant Editor, Photography Editor. 1994-96.
s k i l l s.
Drawing, painting, lithography, pottery, photography, framing and building, strong art history background.
Proficient at either Mac- or PC-based formats, Internet, Quark Xpress, Pagemaker, Dreamweaver, MS Word
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