Kendra Keefer-McGee

Mixed Media Painting, Works on Paper, Textiles

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Kendra Keefer-McGee, (b. 1972, US) Kendra.KeeferMcGee@gmail.com / (940) 231-6195

Currently lives and works in Denison and Sherman, TX.

Education

University of North Texas, Masters of Arts in Art Education, 2008

Certificate in Art Museum Education, University of North Texas, 2004

University of North Texas, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting and Drawing, 1995

Collections

Works held in private collections in Denton, TX, Denison, TX, Irving, TX, and Portland, OR.

Teaching and Arts Administration

2014-present, Art Teacher, Wakefield Elementary School, Sherman, Texas

2013-2014, Teacher (Social Studies and ELA to at risk students), Germaine Lawrence School, Arlington, MA

2011-2012, Museum Education Coordinator, Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA

2011, Elementary and Middle School Art Instructor, St. Stephen’s B-SAFE Summer Program, Dorchester, MA

2011, Visual Arts Teacher, Long Term Substitute, Memorial Spaulding Elementary School, Newton, MA

2007-2009, All Level Art Teacher and Art Department Director, The Selwyn School, Denton, TX

2004-2005, Gallery Instructor, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX

2005, Online Museum Learning Curriculum Developer, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX

2003-2004, School Programs Talented and Gifted Teacher, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

2003, Art Museum Education Paid Intern, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

 

 

 

 

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