Artsonia....the world's largest kids' art museum!
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|Larry is a part-time teacher who is in his 7th year here at Millard South. He is a thirty-three year veteran of the Omaha Public Schools, retiring in 2006 after twenty-three years at Omaha Central High School. He was the dept. chairman, taught advanced art courses, and coached varsity tennis for over twenty years. He received his diploma in Advertising Art & Design from the Studio Academy in Omaha, his B.S. degree from Dana College, Blair Nebr., his M.S. degree from UNO, and has also completed over 30 additional graduate hours in art and art education. Larry enjoys working in his home art studio, playing tennis, golf, biking, downhill skiing, and traveling, having toured Europe, Asia, Iceland, and Australia. He has been married for 36 years, has three adult children, and 4 grandchildren. Larry teaches 4th year Advanced Studio Art, Art History, and Art Foundations. He is very happy to be a "Patriot"!|
Theresa Hoag/Full Time
Mrs. Hoag is the Art Department Chair and teaches Art Foundations and Advanced Pottery and Sculpture. She has taught for 12 years at Millard South. “I chose teaching Art as my career because I feel that I can impact the world positively by working with students. I also get to share my enthusiasm for something that has improved my life and for which without I would've been lost as a teenager”. She earned her undergraduate degree from UNO in 2002 and a Masters in Curriculum and Technology from Peru State College in 2008.
Meta E. Felt / Full Time
|Ms. Felt teaches Painting, Color and Design, and Art Foundations. She is a native of Nebraska and attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she earned degrees in Psychology, Art, and Education. Ms. Felt began teaching art in Millard in January of 2000 after working as a retail manager. In 2010, she completed her MA in Secondary Education and Art. Her spare time is filled with a very busy preschooler and as much outdoor time as she can get.|
Ms. Wilde in in her fifth year of teaching art at Millard South and is proud to be a Patriot! This year, she is teaching Advanced Studio Art, Pottery and Art Foundations.
Ms. Wilde holds a B.A. in Art History and a Master’s degree in Educational Administration and Supervision from UNO. After working as an equestrian trainer, in real estate and in banking, she returned to college and began teaching in 1997. Ms. Wilde has taught elementary and secondary art in Papillion, and was the assistant principal and principal of the now defunct St. Peter Claver Cristo Rey High School in Omaha prior to coming to Millard.
Ms. Wilde enjoys spending time with her family and pets. She also enjoys riding and jumping horses, gardening, reading, and art activities.
|Ms. Wegener teaches Art Foundations and Drawing at Millard South. She has taught art in public and private schools in NYC, Lincoln and Omaha for thirteen years. Throughout the school year, she also teaches art for the Joslyn Art Museum. Ms. Wegener is an exhibiting artist (a drawer, painter and printmaker), creative writer and published illustrator. She received a B.A. in Studio Art from Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA, a M.S. in Art and Design Education from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, and a M.F.A. in Drawing and Painting from University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Lincoln, NE. Her passion for art has taken her all over the United States and to other parts of the world, in her exploration of different cultures, histories, languages and landscapes. She is very excited to be part of the Art Department at South, and happy to be a Patriot!|
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