Art Teacher


 917 St Marks Ave, #1
Brooklyn, NY 

Work History

Lead Afterschool Art Teacher                                                                             Sept 1996 – April 1999

Mason-Rice Afterschool – Director: Wendy Prothero                                              Newton, MA 02459

Lead Art Teacher K-2

Coordinated weekly lesson plans with 6 lead teachers

Co-supervised 12 assistant teachers

Incorporated nature & recycled materials with verity of mediums

ALWAYS gave praise & encouragement with direction for improvement

Participated in self & peer evaluations

Met with parents & guardians to discuss progress & development

4th Grade Teaching Assistant & Substitute Teacher K-5                                 Sept 1996 – June 1997

Mason-Rice Elementary School – Principal: Mark Springer                                    Newton, MA 02459

Team taught class of 28 students

Taught lessons in English, Math, Science & Literature

Worked with students individually & in small groups

Corrected & graded student work

Consulted with lead teacher & principal on students' progress & development

Substitute teacher grades K-5

3rd Grade TA, Art History Teacher & Art Afterschool Teach                            Sept 1995 – June 1997

Viewpoint School – Head of LS: Cathy Adelman                                                     Calabasas, CA 90312

Team taught class of 32 students

Developed push-in Art History program pre-K–4

Created Art Afterschool Program pre-K–4

Art Teacher                                                                                                            June 1992 – Aug 1994

Cheviot Hills Recreation Center – Director: Allan Hill                                              Los Angeles, CA 90064

Taught art to 3-5 yrlds year round

Created Summer art program

Planned for & ordered all necessary materials

Taught summer art classes to groups of 32 - 36, 6-12 yrlds

Supervised summer camp counselors

Responsible for interviewing & hiring all Jr. summer counselors

University Graduate Art Teaching Assistant                                                     Sept 1992 – June 1994

UCLA School of Fine Art – Dean: Henry Hopkins                                                    Los Angeles, CA 90095

TA Beginning B&W Photography

TA Advanced/Intermediate Photography

Taught camera technique, film processing, print making & darkroom practices

Lead critiques & discussions

Held office hours & met individual with students

Graded projects & papers, and submitted grades


Master of Fine Arts – Photography – MFA                                                         1994

UCLA – School of Fine Arts                                                                                     Los Angeles, CA 90095

Bachelor of Fine Arts – Photography – BFA                                                      1991

Tufts University & School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston                               Medford & Boston, MA

Associates of Applied Science – Advertising Design & Photography – AAS  1986

Chamberlain Jr. College                                                                                          Boston, Ma 02116 


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  • Location: Brooklyn, NY , 11213

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