|Stephen Towns is the Program Coordinator for the OCE. Stephen has B.F.A. from the University of South Carolina and continues to be a practicing artist. He has worked and volunteered for a number of community organizations in his native South Carolina, including The Boys and Girls Club, Gibbes Museum of Art, and Toastmasters International. He is enjoys incorporating his creative, administrative, and community organizing experiences in his role at MICA.|
|Sarah Edelsburg '10 (Community Arts M.A.) is the Community Arts Collaborative (CAC) Program Manager. Sarah is an artist, organizer, and educator originally from New York City. Sarah is passionate about using art as a tool for activism and community development. While studying at MICA, she served as a Community Arts Collaborative/Americorps member at The Club at Collington Square in East Baltimore. Most recently, Sarah has been teaching elementary school students at Jubilee Arts and working with a local artist/community organizer on two city-wide community arts initiatives: Autumn Leaves and the New Day Campaign. Sarah received her B.A. in Art History & Judaic Studies from George Washington University in 2007.|
|Ashton J. Page '14 is a textile artist, painter, and community artist from the cornfields of Nebraska. He is fascinated in many aspects of creation: from how the act of making is intrinsically healing, to how nature has produced such beauty and bounty in color. He also works at Roberta's House, a family support grief center, running a quilting group as well as co-owns a small textile business, Wax & Wane Fiber.|
This page was last updated on 02/21/2017.