Danielle Zorn Danielle has been creating as well as teaching art to children for the past 15 years. She enjoys implementing her extensive studio art and art history background in all of her classes and lessons. Danielle strives to help young artists express themselves through various mediums and create original masterpieces that they can be proud of.
Jill McLennan is an active artist and art teacher in the urban environment of Oakland. She has a MA in Arts Education with formal training in painting, drawing, and printmaking, and has taught art to diverse populations for 15 years. She designed JMAC to help facilitate her expertise in the art world and to guide students in developing their creative voice. JMAC is unique because of Jill’s creative talent and empathy for urban youth.
Kaya Fortune has been a teaching artist in the Bay Area for 30 years. He is a visual artist who exhibits his work nationally, a fashion designer with his own menswear line, and the co-founder of an artist collective called Soul Salon 10.
Zachary Greer has been making art in some shape or form since his first drawing at the age of 2. After attending school at the University of Texas at Arlington with a concentration in painting, he has cultivated his work both in the studio and out by exhibiting pieces throughout Texas and the Bay Area. Dedicating his life to children with moderate to severe disabilities for the past four years, Zachary takes a holistic approach to teaching and facilitates art as a therapeutic practice aimed at self discovery and empowerment.