I’ve been very busy since Mother’s Day. First, I graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and received my Masters of Arts in Art Education. The month of May was spent getting my teaching portfolio finished (images to come) and applying for teaching positions for the fall. Second, in going on interviews for jobs for the fall, I accepted a position at my student teaching placement, Henderson Inclusion Elementary School, as the new Art Teacher for grades K0-3. I am so excited to continue working with the amazing teachers and students I got to work with last year. I’ll be updating my teaching page on my website in the coming weeks as well.
Third, summer always means I’m teaching the ARTVentures Program at Brookline Arts Center! This summer I’ve moved up to working with the older kids and loving their creativity, independence, and high expectations for their work. Below are some of my favorite pieces from our themed week “Microscopic and Miniatures.” Next week I can’t wait for the engineering themed “Built It!” curriculum. Stay tuned!
And because I’m still painting and drawing like crazy, here’s a toy dinosaur doodle I made in watercolor. I’m digging the stegosaurus.