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Kids, Teens, and Adult Art Instructor
Caroline Webb is an arts educator with a multidisciplinary practice as an art historical researcher, writer, and artist. Inspired by the transformative power of creative expression, Caroline’s teaching is grounded in and grows from her belief that curiosity and exploration, partnered with accessible materials and guidance, can deepen a love of learning, experimentation, resilience, and a process-driven mindset among students – both individually and as a collective.
As an educator, she employs experiential, student-centered pedagogies to engage students in discovery across varying art mediums and techniques. Through combining lessons in visual analysis, art history, visual and material culture with technical lessons in drawing, painting, and sculpting, Caroline seeks to engage students’ creative confidence and sense of possibility when working with new materials, mediums, and techniques.
She has instructed toddlers, children, teens and adults in classrooms, community workshops, art centers and museums, and her experience as an outdoor educator and wilderness trips facilitator equips her to facilitate art lessons in the outdoors.
Through her multidisciplinary and multimedia approach to mark-making and image-making, Caroline explores the fluid interstices between visible and unseen language and landscape, as they refer and relate to collective memory and embodied cartographies.
She graduated cum laude from Colby College with an interdisciplinary BA in Latin American Studies, Anthropology and Art, conducting focused research on modern and contemporary site-specific interventions and participatory happenings in the Americas. She is currently pursuing a MA in Art History from Hunter College.
Previously, she has held positions across arts education, museum education and curatorial practice at the Riverdale Country School, the Whitney Museum, MoMA, deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum, Portland Museum of Art, Colby College Museum of Art, Lunder Institute for American Art, and Center for Maine Contemporary Art.