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1518 Park Avenue, Apt. 210-N, Baltimore, MD 21217
Objective: I am seeking new artistic opportunities for exhibition, commission, and collaboration.
Maryland Institute College of Art
Master of Arts in Teaching 2012
Bachelor of Fine Arts, General Fine Art – cum laude 2011
MICA Precollege Program 2006
Exhibitions & Performances
Member of Horse Chorus, Equus, Annex Theater, Baltimore, MD 2013
Teacher, float assembly/caretaking, swan performer, Patterson Park Lantern Parade, Baltimore, MD 2012
XS September Exhibiton, XS, Baltimore, MD
MAT Graduation Exhibition, Fox Building 2nd Floor, MICA, Baltimore, MD
Slam Poet, Taylor Mali's Poem, “What Teachers Make” -Teachers of Promise Institute, Woodlawn, MD
MICA Graduation Exhibition, Decker Gallery, MICA, Baltimore, MD 2011
MAT Juried Undergraduate Exhibition, Fox 2nd Floor Gallery, MICA, Baltimore, MD
NAEA Juried Exhibition, MICA Chapter, Decker Gallery, MICA, Baltimore, MD
Played Francis Flute, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Rivals of the West, BBOX, Baltimore, MD 2010
MICA/BSO exhibition, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Baltimore, MD 2009
Emcee and performer, Africana Storytelling Performance, BBOX, Baltimore, MD
Art Educator, Baltimore Lab School, Baltimore, MD 2012-Present
Designed units for Art Fundamentals, Photography, Video Production, Yearbook, and collaborative courses while integrating an annual school Theme. Directed prop design and tech cues for schoolwide performances.
Integrated visual art with music, theater, dance, and academic content.
Modified lessons for students with diverse learning disabilities.
Lantern Making Educator, Creative Alliance, Baltimore, MD
Engaged the community in upcycling plastic bottles for an annual community parade, designed outdoor space to suit the needs of 500+ people making lanterns in 3 hrs.
YPS Educator – Fibers Survey, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
Immersed students in the world of fiber arts through units on weaving, quilting, dyeing, and soft sculpture, structured half-day long lessons, imported raw materials and hands-on experience for students to learn from directly.
Student Teaching, River Hill High School, Clarksville, MD – Jacob Cecil, Mentor Teacher 2012
Designed units for Art Fundamentals and Photo I and III classes.
Differentiated instruction for different grade levels in the same classroom, maintained darkroom.
Encouraged personal exploration through open-ended tasks; clarified objectives using reviews and visuals.