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My name is Tracy Fortune and I have been teaching art to students of all ages for over 25 years. My career started in Canada, where I taught at both private and public schools in Alberta and British Columbia. My early teaching also included a year as an art teacher in Liberia, West Africa. I moved to the Washington State in 2003 and taught at Hudtloff Middle School in Lakewood, Washington for ten years. I had the privilege of being a key member of design team for a new Hudtloff Middle School building which won the 2013 International Interior Design Association “Design IN Public” Award. This past fall I transferred to Lakes High School where I teach Exploring Art and Ceramics.