She holds an MFA from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, a BS from Philadelphia University, and an AAS in Computer Graphics from Moore College of Art & Design. She has a diverse art background with skills that include painting, sculpture, graphic design, interior design, textile design, photography, digital imaging and much more.
Since 2016, Lorraine has evolved from an assistant professor of art to running her own workshops and retreats.
Through the process, she has learned a great deal about teaching as a significant source of her income.
In this episode, you’ll hear Lorraine and Alyson talk about how she has set up her workshops and retreats, how she finds venues, the pros and cons of doing for-hire workshops, the tools she uses to stay organized, and how she balances teaching with her studio practice.
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Music for the podcast is by Wildermiss: Wildermiss.com
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