Miranda Hynes received her Bachelor's degree from Mary Baldwin College in Studio Art concentrating in painting and ceramics. While there she also studied psychology, art history, and piano performance. She is currently working on completing her Master's of Education in Community Art with a concentration in Visual Art from Lesley University. At the MFA Miranda is the Community Arts Liaison for the Chelsea Boys and Girls Club, an Artful Adventures instructor, and is also trained to bring art to children and families in hospital settings as part of the Artful Healing program.
Emily Munson has a degree in Art Therapy from Lesley University. She teaches in the Artful Adventures program at the MFA, at Boston-area schools and organizations, and is also trained to bring art to children and families in hospital settings as part of the Artful Healing program. As a Community Arts Liaison she enjoys working closely with the West End House Boys and Girls Club in their afterschool programming. Emily has also been very involved in teaching and expanding Special Arts, a class for children and families with special needs at The Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center. In her free time she enjoys travelling, painting, and design.
Jeremiah Stevenson majored in Studio Arts at Trinity College in Connecticut, and received a Master's degree in Art Education from Massachusetts College of Art & Design in 2011. His teaching experiences have included teaching ESL classes in South Korea, spending five summers working at the Cambridge Adventure Day Camp, tutoring students at the Cambridge Hospital Adolescent Assessment Unit, and leading after-school art classes in his hometown of Cohasset, MA. He is currently trained to bring art to children and families in hospital settings as part of the Artful Healing program, works as an instructor in the Artful Adventures program at the MFA, and is the Community Arts Liaison for the United South End Settlements House. Jeremiah finds his inspiration mostly in drawing and painting.
Hilary Zelson graduated from Union College in Schenectady, NY, Magna Cum Laude, with a Bachelor's of Art and a minor in Classical Studies. She also attended an artist residenecy at the Chautauqua School of Art during the summer of 2010. Currently living in Boston, Hilary spends her time working as an artist in mixed media and photography. Her specialty is using colored glitter instead of paint. In addition to creating art and participating in art exhibitions across the county, she loves teaching and currently works as both an Artful Adventures instructor and as the Community Arts Liaison for the Charlestown Boys and Girls Club.