Alison Croney Moses is an art administrator, educator, woodworker, mother and wife. She is the School & Community Partnership Program Director at the Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts where she oversees visual arts and woodworking programs in schools and after school sites in Boston, Teen Bridge program, Art Teachers Alliance (professional development for teachers), and Artist in Residence program. She has taught woodworking to all ages and has participated in talks at Make Speak, Boston, MA Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton MA, Lexington Arts & Craft Society, Lexington MA, and exhibited her work at Center for the Arts, Evergreen, CO and Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, CO. Alison holds a MA in Sustainable Business and Communities from Goddard College, a BFA in Furniture Design from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Preliminary License to teach Visual Art to Grades 5-12.
Classes with Alison Croney Moses
Oct 10 - Oct 12