MA in Art Education:
I received my Masters in Art Education at the University of Cincinnati. During my graduate program I worked at the DAAP galleries, where I was in charge of education programming and managing the Meyers Gallery. I was also responsible for gallery install and de-install and I helped run many of the gallery events and openings. I student taught at Winton Woods High School and Kilgour Elementary School. In addition to my education studies, I worked as a conservation technician, where I repaired library books for Langsam Library at the University of Cincinnati.
BFA in Art History:
I received my BFA in Art History from the Ohio University. While studying at Ohio University I realized my passion for education. During my undergraduate studies I worked at the Kennedy Museum of Art where I designed and created exhibit programming and conserved and researched artworks. I assisted Mark Dion on his exhibit Collections Collected. I researched and wrote the exhibit text for Circle of Cottonwoods. Additionally I worked as a conservation technician, where I repaired library books for Alden Library at Ohio University.
-OAEA 2017 Transitioning Through Beginning Ceramics and Screen Printing Made Easy
-Miami University Pre-Service Art Education Conference 2017 What is Community Based Art Education?
-NAEA 2017 One Book, One Community: Creating an All-School Art Experience
-OAEA 2016 Charley Harper Curriculum and One Book, One Community: Creating an All-School Art Experience
-Evenings for Educators 2016 Charley Harper Curriculum, Cincinnati Art Museum
-NAEA 2016 Art and Anatomy merge disciplines to create a powerful art installation
-OAEA 2014 Transitioning Through Beginning Ceramics
-OAEA 2013 Charley Harper Curriculum