Teaching Artists

Shannon Belletti received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin. Although she began her career as a graphic designer, she quickly discovered a passion for photography. She has been a professional photographer for over ten years. She has won numerous awards including “Best Photographer in Atlanta” and has photographed weddings and events around the world.

 

Eleanor Bennett has a degree in Violin Performance from Georgia State, Teaching Certification from Michigan State University, and a Masters in Music Education from Georgia State. A registered Suzuki Method teacher and a member of the Cobb Symphony Orchestra, she has performed with the Atlanta Community Orchestra.

 

Elena Cox holds a Ph.D. in Education from Walden University and studied music education at Archbalevsky School of Music. She has taught private piano lessons at Classic Winds Studio and several other studios/schools in the Metro Atlanta area. Ms. Cox seeks to equip students with the performance, composition and theoretical skills that will see them excel in music.

 

Taylor Ferguson was born in Atlanta, GA and grew up training with the Georgia Ballet. Taylor holds a Bachelor of Art in Dance Education and a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. She has performed professionally around the US. She currently teaches dance and yoga and recently received her dance 200 hour Power Teacher training and Yoga Sculpt through Core Power Yoga.

 

Adrienne Jackson attended UGA to study visual arts to develop painting and foundational drawing skills. In addition she has continued her skills development through figure drawing classes and mentorships from other artists. She has been influenced by several contemporary artists, but enjoys traditional painting in oil, watercolors and ink drawings. She is excited about returning for a third quarter as a teaching artist with the CAC..

 

Courtnee Miles holds a degree in broadcast journalism from Hampton University. She has written several publications and is a contributing writer for BroadwayWorld.com. She works with the Alliance Theater as a teaching artist introducing young children to the craft of acting. She has worked with CBS Radio Atlanta and Lucky Dog Film works. She has also been the theater teaching artists for the CAC’s spring and summer arts camp.

Mia Kubasu is new to the Georgia area.  A native of Arizona, she holds a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from Arizona State University and Associates degree from Rio Salado College.  She has an extensive background in painting, photography and interior design; teaching and creating art programs for children across the US.  She is also the owner of Me’a of Artistry which is a photography service that specializes in portrait photography.

 

Keith Wilson earned his degree in Landscape Design and Fine Arts from Atlanta College of Art. Keith currently works as a Deputy Sheriff for the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office and operates Lamdan Designs, an artistic services company that creates custom art products.

 

Want to Teach an Arts Class?

Artists or craftspeople interested in teaching a class or workshop are encouraged to Contact Us. We are interested in one-session workshops, short-term classes, and semester long classes. We are interested in theatre, dance, literary, musical, visual art and craft disciplines.