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Kristina Maldonado Bad Hand
Kristina Maldonado Bad Hand is a Sicangu Lakota and Cherokee graphic designer, comic and children’s book illustrator, and educator.
Tony is known for his vibrant, colorful artwork and his lifelong goal is to contribute to a better understanding of the experiences, culture and history of Latinos through his art. His teaching philosophy is based in classroom learning and application to the art world.
Jennifer is a mixed-media printmaker who specializes in screenprint, wood & linocut, installations, and handmade recycled books.
Cindy “Bgirl Emerge” Perrin
Cindy “Bgirl Emerge” Perrin enjoys teaching Hip-Hop culture through the elements of breaking (breakdance) and writing (graffiti) to people of all ages.
Eileen’s teaching fosters connection with the natural world through art making across a variety of mediums including botanical illustration, printmaking, filmmaking, sculpture, natural materials, kaleidoscopes, sun prints, and collage. Eileen teaches social emotional learning workshops, looking to our natural world as a guide — using patterns, forms and materials found in nature to inform art projects.