Marcie Wolf-Hubbard, Visual Artist & Teaching Artist
Arts Educator/Artist in Residence 2005 - present
Work with more than 40 organizations including schools, adult care programs, art centers and museums as an arts educator and artist-in-residence.
Smithsonian Associates, Studio Arts
Glen Echo Park Partnership & Yellow Barn Studio
Columbia Art Center
Teaching Artist, Arts for the Aging. 2012 - present
Designed and taught hands-on art sessions for seniors in day programs, Assisted Living, and Skilled Nursing Facilities. Co-presented a series of 12 intergenerational sessions for seniors and pre-teen children.
Provider for YMCA Youth & Family Services, & Maryland Choices, Expressive Arts, Wraparound. 2010 - present
Designed individualized art sessions for children and families with intensive needs.
Home & Hospital Teacher, Montgomery County Public Schools. 2000-2006
B.A. Studio Art, University of Maryland, College Park
Graphic Design & Fine-Art Illustration, The Maryland Institute, College of Art
Comprehensive professional development for Teaching Artists, Teaching Artist Institute
Artist in Hospitals Program, Montgomery College.
Guest Artist. Drawing & Painting Nature in Encaustic. PVA- Performing & Visual Arts High School Studio 39. Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Spring 2020.
Artist Residency. Patricia Baldwin Seggebruch's EncaustiCastle. Lexington, KY. Autumn 2018.
Community Artist Residency Grants FY2009-2017 The Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County (AHCMC). Partners included: Holy Cross Medical Adult Day, Montgomery Station Family Services, Inc. (an affiliate of Sheppard & Enoch Pratt Foundation); Montgomery County Federation for Families and Children’s Mental Health; Easter Seals; Montgomery County Recreation Department; Arden Courts of Kensington; and Boys and Girls Club.
Artist Residency Grant awarded by Prince George’s County Council. Rockledge Elementary School 2011.
Teaching Artist Residency Grant FY2009. AHCMC. Glenallen Elementary School.
Virginia Commission on the Arts. Covington High School, Covington, VA; and Canterbury Woods Elementary School, Fairfax, VA. 2009.
Creative Projects Grant/ Professional Development Grant FY2008. AHCMC.
Corcoran Gallery of Art College of Art + Design
The Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden. Young at Art Program & Art Explorers.
The National Building Museum. Investigating Where We Live.
Professional Development. Illustration/Integrating the Arts, Carroll County Public Schools (CCPS) elementary school teachers; and Experimentation in Mixed Media Workshop for CCPS Elementary and Middle School art teachers.
Advisory Board Member, Arts For The Aging. Starting Fall 2018
Commissioner, Takoma Park Arts and Humanities Commission. 2010- 2013.
Teaching & Community Artist Roster for several Arts Councils in DMV area.
Additional Language: American Sign Language