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Alison Croney Moses
Alison Croney Moses combines coopering and bending techniques to create objects that encourage interaction. She was featured in the December 2018/January 2019 issue of American Craft Magazine.
She is Program Director for our School & Community Partnership Program and, through it, has also taught woodworking and visual arts at McCormack Middle School – as well in our schoolhouse. Earlier, as Education & Outreach Coordinator for the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (Denver CO), she developed, managed and taught art programs for all ages. She has also been Wood Shop Assistant at Anderson Ranch Art Center (Snowmass Village CO), Catalyst Arts Fellow at Rhode Island School of Design and Fabrication Assistant for Situ Studio (New York City). As Education Director for Red Rabbit (New York City), she developed and led interactive cooking and gardening programs for teachers, parents and children.
Alison holds a Preliminary License to teach Visual Art to Grades 5–12. She earned her MA in Sustainable Business & Communities from Goddard College and BFA in Furniture Design from Rhode Island School of Design.
Woodworking and Visual Arts