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University of Notre Dame (English, Philosophy)
School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Other)
I am a Chicago-based artist with a Visual Arts Certificate from the University of Chicago, an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA from the University of Notre Dame in Literature and Philosophy. After working as a designer, art director and creative director in the advertising industry, I've dedicated myself to art making and art education. My work has been shown at numerous galleries around Chicago, including the Columbia College and the Hyde Park Art Center. I teach in the Adult Continuing Education department at SAIC and assist in the Art Program at the Esperanza Community Center, an organization dedicated to facilitating the growth of developmentally disabled adults.
As a tutor, I place as much emphasis on learning process as any final grade, result or outcome. This process is based on the background and educational history of each student, their current needs and the challenges being faced. This personal approach provides each student the tools to succeed by themselves, no matter what the educational context. I am a Chicago-based artist with a Visual Arts Certificate from the University of Chicago, an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA from the University of Notre Dame in Literature and … Read more
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