Elizabeth Stanbro

Elizabeth has worked with diverse populations ranging from elementary age children to seniors. She has an abundance of experience working with youth in crisis and marginalized and under-resourced populations. Elizabeth has taught Visual Art in a detention center, a high school for at-risk youth, a teen homeless shelter and a program for LGBT youth. She has CDE certification in Art (K-12) and many professional development hours. Elizabeth has presented at CAEA and Redline Center for Contemporary Art’s 48 Hours of Socially Engaged Art conference. She has done many Socially Engaged Art projects involving students in real-world applications of their work. Arts Integration is a focus of her teaching as well. She has done projects incorporating math, science, English and social studies. Elizabeth is also a certified Mindfulness in Schools instructor and has done projects with students combining art-making practices and Mindfulness tools.

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Elizabeth Stanbro is available for full or part-time residencies.

Elizabeth Stanbro is available for professional development.


Explore: STEAM, Visual Arts, Bookmaking, Fiber, Installations, Mixed Media, Nature, Painting, Science


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  • Crocheted Coral Reef

    Workshop or Residency for grades K through 12th

    This project combines Visual Art, Math (Hyperbolic Geometry), and Science. Participants learn to crochet coral forms in both color and using neutral colored yarn to represent the bleached reef. This project is particularly effective when displayed as a group project.

  • Unfolding Complexity Books

    Workshop or Residency for grades K through 12th

    Students learn to layer image and text in Photoshop to create an accordion style book depicting four significant events in their lives.

  • Rites of Passage Masks

    Workshop or Residency for grades K through 12th

    Students investigate other culture’s rites of passage into adulthood and design their own rite of passage reflected in mask form.

  • Mindfulness and Art

    Workshop or Residency for grades K through 12th

    Students learn Mindfulness techniques through the drawing process. Mindfulness is widely recognized as a means to calm the mind and focus in the present moment.