Resume

Education:

15 Graduate Credits, Education (K-12), Brooklyn College,
Brooklyn, NY- Fall 2002
M.F.A., Combined Media, Hunter College, New York,
NY- May 2002
Arts in Italy Program, American University, Graduate Studies,
Corciano, Italy- Fall 1999
B.F.A., Studio Art, University of Texas, Austin- May 1999

Exhibitions:

“Void”, Education Alliance, New York, NY- February 2004
"Media Mix", Emerging Arts, the Altman Building, New York, NY- April 2003
“Thesis Exhibition”, Hunter College, New York, NY- May 2002
“Per Corciano con Amore”, Commune de Corciano, Perugia, Italy- December 1999
“Prime”, Texas Union, Austin, TX-1999
“Student Exhibit ”, Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX- March 1999
“Recent Works”, The New Gallery, University of Texas at Austin- April 1999
“Decade Show”, Texas Union, Austin, TX- 1997

Honors:

New York City Teaching Fellowship, 2002
Richard M. Kaye Merit Scholarship, Hunter College , 2002
Graf Travel Grant, Hunter College, Madrid, Spain , 2001
Studio Art Scholarship, University of Texas, Austin- 1999
Golden Key National Honor Society- life time member

Bibliography:

Bellavia, Dominique. “Three Alternative Schools.” interview, Austin Now (PBS), August, 2006.
Gibson, David. "Void." press release, Education Alliance. 2004.
Pagnucco Salvemini, Lorella. “Arte Dopo Ground Zero.” ArteIn, vol. 14, no. 77, February 2002

Publications:

"The Kids Are Alright: Arthouse Education. Cantanker, Spring 2007, 51.
"Galleries: Austin vs. New York" Cantanker, Spring 2007, 52.
"Institutional Leadership: Museums on Collecting." Cantanker, Fall 2006.
"Eric Zimmerman at Art Palace." Cantanker, September 2006.
"Austin Grafitti Art from Past to Present at Gallery Lombardi." Cantanker, September 2006.
“Gerhard Richter: The Search for the Real.” NY Arts, vol. 6, no. 3, March 2002, 21.
“Joy Episalla: Removed.” NY Arts, vol. 7, no. 4, April 2002, 95.
“Review: Rob Nadeau at LFL.” NY Arts, May 2002.
“Fabian Birgfeld: Interior Landscapes.” NY Arts, May 2002.

Presentations:

“From Pokemon to Pyramids: Making the Connection.”presentation at the Austin Association for the Education of Young Children annual conference, May 6, 2006.
“Visiting Artist, M.A.P. (Music, Art, and Performance) program”, A.I.S.D., 2003

Licenses:

KPM Teacher Certification, Kerala, India
New York State Teaching License, Art K-12
New York State Transitional B Teaching License, Common Branch K-6

Work Experience:

Campus Head (Lower Primary, K-3), Sri Atmananda Memorial School, Austin, TX - 2004 - current

  • Ensure the needs of each student, parent and teacher at this campus are met
  • Oversee the content, organization, implementation and recording of curriculum
  • Develop and present workshops and in-service programs for parents, staff & volunteers
  • Act as a member of the hiring and admissions committee
  • Manage the lower primary instructional materials budget
  • *Special assignment- School-wide Accreditation Coordinator (accredited Fall 2006)

Art Teacher, Sri Atmananda Memorial School, Austin, TX- Spring 2003- present

  • Develop an interdisciplinary curriculum that frames art within a larger cultural context
  • Generate and implement courses in Art and Art History, K-12
  • Facilitate and monitor student growth through progress reports and parent conferences
  • Manage art resources and supply orders (inventory, budget, bid submissions, etc.)

Arts Instructor, "Summer Arts Adventure" Dougherty Arts, Austin, TX- Summer 2003 & 2004

  • Planned and implemented the visual arts program for students ages 6-8
  • Facilitated interdisciplinary planning between the art, music, dance, & theatre programs
  • Developed students' technical abilities and understanding of Art and Art History
  • Organized public exhibitions of students work Click here for samples of student work!

  • Voted “Best Place to Learn Art"- Austin Family Magazine, 2003
    Voted "Best Children's Camps and Classes"- Austin Chronicle's Reader's Poll, 2003

Cooperating Teacher, P.S. 346 (4th grade), Brooklyn, NY - Summer 2002

  • Planned and implemented lessons in all content areas
  • Utilized statewide standards to develop the summer curriculum
  • Facilitated one of the first inclusion classes for students with special needs at this campus
  • Regularly participated in professional development activities

Public Relations Manager, Paul Rodgers/9W (Chelsea Gallery), New York - Summer 2000-02

  • Managed advertising and PR including: listings, magazines, and art fairs
  • Established gallery database: collector profiles, mailing lists, and correspondence.
  • Designed and produced promotional packets for gallery artists
  • Developed website and maintained content for 9W Gallery and 9W Magazine
  • Oversaw application procedure to International Art Fairs

Research Assistant, Barbara Rose (Art Critic/ Historian), New York - Summer 2000-02

  • Prepared presentations for upcoming catalogs and exhibitions
  • Assisted with research for numerous publications
  • Managed correspondence with museums, gallery owners, and artists
  • Organized and maintained artist and gallery files

Sales and Framing, Tarrytown Gallery, Austin 1999-00

  • Provided clients with information about gallery artists
  • Worked with customers to design and implement framing solutions
  • Assisted the gallery owner with installation of exhibits

Volunteer, Art Department, Sri Atmananda Memorial School, Kerala, India

  • Worked with groups of student to create projects in the art room
  • Introduced several new mediums and techniques to the class
  • Discussed issues in contemporary art

Intern, Registrar’s Office, Blanton Museum of Art, Austin- Spring 1996

  • Digitally catalogued the print collection
  • Maintained the slide library and artist files
  • Coordinated museum member correspondence

Program Knowledge:
Mac/PC, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Front Page, and FTP

© claire moore 2006