Sarah Gilman, a crafts and Art 1 teacher, has been a teacher with Santa Fe Public Schools for more than 10 years. A graduate of the California College of the Arts in Oakland with a major in painting and a minor in art therapy, Gilman also attended the Pratt Institute and studied under Max Gimblett. After college, Gilman was a studio assistant to Glenna Goodacre for 11 years, where she worked on Vietnam Women’s Memorial in Washington DC, the Sidewalk Society in Albuquerque, and the Irish Famine Memorial in Philadelphia. Her paintings have been shown in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Canada. Gilman is a graduate of Santa Fe High School. Contact Sarah Gilman.
Lori Andrews, a Santa Fe High School faculty member since 1998, is the chair of the Visual Arts Department and teaches all class levels from beginning art to Advance Placement Studio Art. She earned her bachelor's of arts degree from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California, with a major in art and a minor in literature and later studied under artists Anthony Askew and John Carlander. After earning a graduate-level credential in art education from the University of California at Santa Barbara, she taught art and humanities and literature in Los Angeles. Andrews has a master's degree in liberal studies from St. John's College. Contact Lori Andrews.
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Heidi Uotila-Long, a fine arts graduate from Ohio State University with a major in sculpture, has a master's degree in education from the University of Phoenix and more than 10 years experience as an art teacher. An instructor for Ceramics 1, 2, 3 and Art 1, Gilman's work as an animal artist has won many awards and is in numerous collections, including the Price Waterhouse collection and the Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix. She has also worked for Jack Hanna of the Columbus Zoo. She is a member of the Society of Animal Artists and has taught in Arizona and Taiwan. Contact Heidi Uotila-Long.
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