Sun, Feb 18th | 11:00 AM
Alicia Manson is originally from Springfield, IL. She received her BFA from Miami University (Ohio), and has also attended Oxbow, a studio arts program of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Alicia has developed curricula and taught art classes since 1998 and has worked with children ages two to eighteen, as well as with adults. She has taught in many different settings both in Chicago and in Springfield, including public schools, private schools, and community centers.
Alicia has worked at the Old Town School since June of 2002, where she now serves as the Summer Camp Program Manager and Visual Art Program Manager. Alicia also teaches art classes at the Old Town School’s Armitage location.
As an artist, Alicia has exhibited her photography in both Illinois and Ohio. When she’s not at the Old Town School, Alicia can be found at the beach collecting treasures, in the kitchen cooking & baking, out sniffing the neighborhood with her St. Bernard mix, Murray, or at her desk, writing and drawing all about her food adventures. She really, really likes her family, blue things, elephants, special pens, asparagus, books, monkey tails, thunderstorms, coffee, Japanese maple trees, globes, and exotic chickens.
Education: BFA, Miami University, Ohio
Started at the Old Town School in June of 2002
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