Staff & Faculty

Cheltenham Center for the Arts Staff:

Margaret Griffen - Executive Director

Sherri Feinberg - Manager, Administration & Rentals

 

Faculty

Teacher: Special Workshops
Teacher: Painting and Drawing

Jennifer Baker is a painter and sculptor working in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia. She attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia College of Art, and the Art Students League of New York.

Teacher: Painting and Drawing

Lynne Campbell is a Philadelphia painter. She studied at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where she won the prestigious Cresson travel scholarship, enabling her to spend a summer of study in Europe. Lynne later spent a summer of study in Greece, thanks to a painting fellowship from The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.

Teacher: Fibers, Metals, Paper, and More

Andrew Christman's mixed-media artworks explore the tension and play between scientific and intuitive understanding.

Teacher: Printmaking

Nicole holds an M.F.A. in Printmaking from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY and a B.F.A. in Painting and Drawing from Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, PA. She has been teaching art to adults and children for 11 years.

Teacher: Ceramic Arts

Catherine is a ceramic artist and educator who lives and works in Elkins Park.

She holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.

Teacher: Painting and Drawing

Colleen graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and received a BFA from the University of Pennsylvania. She has taught in the Division of Continuing Studies at the University of the Arts, The Mural Arts Program and Gloucester City Community Education Program.

Teacher: Ceramic Arts

I started my own venture in clay 30 years ago and soon grew to be identified by my hand built whimsical pots. Today I am a Teaching Clay Artist and self proclaimed Claysmith, hand forming earthenware and stoneware into whatever it wants to be.

Teacher: Painting and Drawing

Arthur Haywood is a traditional artist. He earned a B.F.A in Illustration from The Maryland Institute College of Art, before furthering his study of  classical drawing and painting at Cambridge Street Studios in Philadelphia and Grand Central Atelier in New York.  He wrote and illustrated a book about scholars from the ancient library of Alexandria.

Teacher: Ceramic Arts

Angie Humes graduated from Pratt Institute in 2012, majoring in photography with a concentration in ceramics. She interned with Monica Stevenson from 2011- 2012 focusing on studio photography, lighting, photoshop, equipment handling, and location shoots. 

Teacher: Painting and Drawing

Stephen Kennedy is a painter and printmaker who lives and works in Fort Washington, PA. He studied painting with Nelson Shanks and Danni Dawson and has painted portraits for over 30 years. Collections include The Academy of Natural Sciences, Phila, PA, The Athenaeum of Philadelphia, and Campbell Soup Company, Camden, NJ.

Teacher: Printmaking

Doah Lee is an interdisciplinary visual artist based in Philadelphia. She was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea.

Teacher: Ceramic Arts

BFA, Ceramics, Phila. College of Art, Grad. studies in Ed., MCCC, Temple U., Cheltenham Clay Guild, Vermont Craft Center, League of New Hampshire Craftsmen. Taught at (GYW-YWCA), Mount Airy learning Tree, Wyncote Academy, Vermont CC. Exhibited at The Clay Studio, Abington Art Center, Cheltenham Art Center, Vox Populi Gallery, Artists League of Mount Airy.

Teacher: Theater

Benjamin Lloyd is the Director of Bright Invention Theatre. Please see the website for more information.

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