(Left to right: Gary Gee, Manon Voice, Joshua Thompson, Sarah Strong, Chantel Massey, and Annamaria Crider)
Jessica Dunson, Marketing & Communications Specialist
Arts for Learning Indiana
Indianapolis – March 3, 2020 – Arts for Learning Indiana is proud to announce the addition of 8 local artists to our roster of teaching artists. The artists joining our roster include:
Angela Brown, Soprano Opera Vocalist (not pictured)
Annamaria Crider, Historical Reenactor and Vocalist
Chantel Massey, Spoken Word Artist
Gary Gee, Visual Media Artist
Joshua Thompson, Classical Pianist
Manon Voice, Spoken Word Artist
Mark Peay, Musician and Music Educator (not pictured)
Sarah Strong, Bookbinder, Papermaker, and Printmaker
“We are very pleased to welcome 8 new artists to the Arts for Learning roster. Our new teaching artists represent some of our community’s most outstanding talent. These high caliber artists, along with our current artist roster, have met rigorous criteria. We recognize and honor their talent and their commitment to inspire youth.”- JoEllen Florio Rossebo, President & CEO
This spring and summer, the new artists will participate in training and program development with our Director of Artist Programs Scott Janz, veteran teaching artists, and local educators. The artists will be available for booking in August of 2020.
Since 1961, Arts for Learning has been empowering children to achieve their creative and intellectual potential through arts-integrated education. Arts for Learning employs more than 70 teaching artists who provide performances, workshops, and residencies to schools, libraries, parks and community organizations to reach nearly 40,000 Indiana children every year.