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Teen Ceramics Instructor
Victoria’s background is rooted in over 25 years in the field of Education where she served as a classroom teacher at the elementary level for three years and as an elementary art teacher for two years. Victoria was also co-founder and Director of Curriculum and Instruction at a local private school.
Victoria’s education includes a BS in Clothing and Textiles. In addition, she is certified in Elementary through Middle grades education and holds a Masters of Educational Leadership from the University of Cincinnati.
Victoria originally discovered her love of ceramics as an avid collector of functional stoneware. She turned her love of collecting into a love of creating and teaching ceramics. Currently, Victoria is an instructor at the Johns Creek Arts Center and works with teens grades 6-12.
Additionally, Victoria teaches art at The Lionheart School, a 501(c) (3) non-profit independent school for children ages 6 through 21 with autism or other disorders of relating and communicating. She also provides support to Lionheart’s LionheArtisan program. LionheARTisans is a cottage industry that provides older students at the Lionheart School opportunity to experience a small business environment that combines academic and vocational skills. While learning critical skills needed in the workplace, the students gain great satisfaction in experiencing the development of a product that they created.
Victoria sells her work locally at various outdoor venues, as well as privately. To further her professional development she is a member of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts and is a current, advanced student at the Johns Creek Arts Center.