Beth uses drawing, sculpture, animation, video, and site-responsive installations to celebrate earnest, heroic, and usually botched efforts at human transcendence. She believes arts education is critical to building equity for all learners and is an invaluable place for young people to experiment, solve problems, and develop critical thinking skills. Beth enjoys teaching theme-based, scaffolded workshops that incorporate a variety of skills and media and appreciates integrating specific curriculum content in cooperation with classroom teachers. In her year and a half in Bay Area, Beth has taught with LEAP, SFAI, the Berkeley Art Museum, Kala, Palo Alto Art Center, and currently works as a teaching artist at the deYoung Museum.  



Geometric Masks (Workshop)

Hybrid Creatures (Workshops)

Invented Insects (Workshop)