Pre-K Artists
Photos and Bios

 

Carol Roberts-Storyteller

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Sean McCollough-Musician


                                                                                                           
Nancy Campbell-Artist

Carrie Mills-Dance Instructor

 


Carol Roberts retired to Jefferson County and started telling stories which captivate and entertain audiences of all ages. Her storytelling style includes props and visual aids. Last year she was part of the Pre-K Enrichment team, in addition to working with Camp Read Along and the Strawberry Plains Arts Camp.




















Sean McCollough is a multi-instrument musician who has been working in classrooms and performing professionally for children and adults since the early 90’s. He plays guitar, banjo, and mandolin. He holds a masters degree in ethnomusicology and currently teaches a wide range of musicology courses at the University of Tennessee. He is a trained artist for the Wolf Trap Early Learning Program. 
Visual artist Nancy Campbell is a trained Value Plus teaching artist for the Tennessee Arts Commission, through which she works with students and teachers in integrating art across the curriculum.  Her school residencies have taken her across East Tennessee for the last 20 years. She also serves as the Enrichment in Arts Coordinator for Project REACH in Jefferson County, now in its 4th year.
 A 2007 Carson Newman College graduate in communications, Carrie Mills has over 15 years experience in the performing arts industry. She is a certified Cecchetti ballet dancer,
has been a member of performing and competition teams all over Northern Virginia, and has competed nationally with her own choreography and solos. She helped form an arts institute in her home church in Stafford, VA, and has acted, performed, and choreographed numerous productions. She recently took over ownership of Trinity Performing Arts Center in Jefferson City, where she teaches dancers ages 3 to adults.

 
 

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