The Education Department proudly showcases many of our region’s most talented art educators and artists who lead our classes, workshops and special programs.
Teaching artists are encouraged to explore opportunities for leading classes and workshops at the Morean Arts Center. Generally we require a resume or curriculum vitae, samples of your work, and examples of classes you have taught, and a proposal for a new or existing class you would like to teach.
Professionals interested in working with adults and/or youth should contact Jonathan Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the New Instructor Application,
and the Course Proposal Form.
Adam Yungbluth holds Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Miami University of Ohio and a Masters of Fine Art in Ceramics from The University of Mississippi. Adam has been ...read more
Ali Darvish is a freelance photographer. His goal is always to create high impact, evocative images not only to inform, but to also speak to the desire to become involved ...read more
Barbara Lewis earned a degree in Fine Arts from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. with a concentration in Ceramics. She received numerous awards for her ceramic ...read more
Betsy Orbe Lester teaches where she learned, BA from Eckerd College, and MFA from the University of South Florida. Betsy is Adjunct Professor at Eckerd College and a local working artist ...read more