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School Museum of Fine Arts Boston (Fine Arts)
BFA University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (Other)
Hi, My name is Megan! I have been teaching home-school/private groups for many years! My biggest joy is watching students learn not only through listening but actually doing art. My favorite class to teach was an anime class, not only did students learn how to draw anime but they also learned the history of how anime became popular and many of my students couldn't wait for my class to begin. I believe a student can do anything if they set their mind to whatever they want to pursue as a career.
I specialize in Photoshop, drawing, art theory, painting, but I also have an extensive knowledge in Art History. Many of my professors loved having me around in class because I could tutor students who struggled in this area. I give simple, fast, and easy to remember notes that will give students a better grade. I'm very patient and can easily work with whatever works for you.
If you want to learn more about art and have a desire to learn more, then all by all means contact me. I can be flexible with hours and will do my best to tutor you. Hi, My name is Megan! I have been teaching home-school/private groups for many years! My biggest joy is watching students learn not only through listening but actually doing art. My favorite class to teach was an anime class, not only did students learn how to draw anime but they also learned the
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