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Arts & Artists

New Hampshire Artist Roster

Cynthia Robinson
Eco Artist

AIE

A Teaching Eco Artist, Cynthia’s work aims to improve relationships with the natural world by promoting ecological awareness, positive action, social responsibility, and a sense of place, through the power of visual arts experiences. Her programs engender collaboration and community and are based in the art/environment experience of local landscapes, and include natural materials exploration, nature observation/reflection, outside teaching spaces investigation, and local habitat celebration. Cynthia has a BS in Studio Art from Skidmore College and an MFA in Visual Art from Vermont College. She has many years art teaching experience in preschools, elementary & high schools, and non-traditional educational settings. She has worked with NH schools as an arts administrator promoting arts integration, and is working with the New Hampshire Child in Nature Coalition.

Programs offered: Workshops; residencies; school-wide events; teacher workshops, community public art projects, collaborations with other artists, power point presentations, lectures, high school/college courses

Populations served: Pre-school, all elementary school grades, high school, college students, community adults, and families.

Availability: statewide, year round

Fees: School residencies $300/day; workshops and presentations $150; Community art projects, special projects and long-term residencies are negotiable

Contact Information:
11 First St
Plymouth, NH 03264
Phone: 603/455-7967
Alt. Phone: 603/455-7967
email: cynthnh@gmail.com
website: www.cynthiarobinsonart.com

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