September 12th from noon-2 PM
Using simple wooden geometric shapes as points of departure, students will create an image depending on how the shapes and colors inspire them. The final product will be mounted on paper for students to take home. Suitable for ages 6 & up.
Instructor: Nancy Citrino
Bio: Nancy Citrino’s art education began at Fleisher Art Memorial, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Tyler School of Art, and the University of the Arts.
Citrino has studies abroad at the University of the Arts, Paris, France: Grate Ages of Paris ; Temple University Abroad, Tyler School of Art in Rome, Italy ; University of the Arts, Study Abroad, Provence, France: Impressionism to 20th Century Art .
Her academic experience includes: Art Specialist Teacher in the Philadelphia School District; A Master Mentor Teacher, to pre-service teachers at Tyler, University of the Arts, and Moore; adjunct instructor at the University of the Arts; and Art Program at I Bluford Drew Jemison Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Academy, Baltimore, MD.
In addition, she has presented many printmaking workshops and lectures in the following institutions: The Print Center; University of the Arts; Northwest Regional Art Teachers Workshop; National Art Education Conference; Temple University Tyler School of Art; and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Her work is represented nationally and internationally in exhibitions, private and public collections a variety of publications and awards. As a life time member of the Philadelphia Arts and Art Education communities, she has worked on many boards and committees. Currently she is on the Alumni Council of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.