Pauline Houston McCall
Philadelphia’s Pauline Houston McCall, is a dynamic multi-media artist, author & vocalist who warms the hearts of children and families through music, art and storytelling. A graduate of Moore College of art, Pauline has taught in the tristate for over 25 years in Philadelphia Public Schools & daycare centers and community gardens. From the city to the suburbs Miss Pauline delights and inspires with Black pride. Her art programs include The Philadelphia Museum of Art, African American Museum of Art, Rush Arts Philadelphia, Community Arts Center in Wallingford, Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown. From numerous artist residencies, gallery exhibitions & corporate commissioned installations Most recently Mrs. Houston McCall makes her mark at Philadelphia’s Chalk festival at Harriett’s Bookstore, Pauline’s journey moves deeply uniting humanity.
Maya is a native born Californian from Los Angeles of Japanese heritage. She has been working in the New Jersey public school system for the past 10 years, most recently at Cinnaminson High School as a paraprofessional for visually impaired students.
During college at UC Berkeley, Maya studied abroad in Florence, Italy which resulted in a passion for travel, art, art history and architecture. While in Europe, Maya travelled to eight countries and decided to complete a minor in Art History.
After college, Maya worked in Tokyo, Japan as an International Sales Manager for Steelcase and Wilkhahn. Maya travelled throughout Japan and also visited Hong Kong, Thailand and the Philippines. Living in Tokyo for 5 years, she met her husband Robert Kay and together they travelled through Central and South America.
In all, Maya has travelled to over 48 countries around the world.
Maya comes from a family of artists and designers. Her father was a well known architect, and her mother was an interior designer. Her maternal grandmother was a Master Artist in Sarasa (Japanese textile dyeing technique) and Imoban (stamp art). Maya enjoys volunteering for various organizations involving art and cultural awareness.
Marcy is a multi-expressive fine artist and art educator who combines fine art, poetry and interpretive dance as forms of creative expression. She is a lover of connecting with community and collaborating with creative minds of all ages and experiences . Her style of teaching art is one of mindfulness, encouragement, inspiration and healing .Marcy believes that creativity is within everyone'sability. As an "art coach" Marcy guides students to tap into their "art flow', expand artistic skills and build confidence by exploring a variety of mediums and approaches to drawing & painting. Morris emphasizes diversity of cultures and the range of learning abilities within art education and lesson planning to instill an inclusive mindset. Marcy believes the greatest assets of art education is learning from one another and creating togetherby thinking outside the box.
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