Why Art Matters
For Members by Members
Le Ann Hinkle
Art Educator, Julian Curtiss School & North Mianus School, Greenwich, CT
Monthly Mentor Posts
- Each month, a different NAEA member is the guest writer for the NAEA Monthly Mentor Blog. January’s monthly mentor is Le Ann Hinkle. Le Ann is in her 21st year of teaching K-5 art and is currently the art educator at Julian Curtiss School and North Mianus School in Greenwich, CT. She has presented workshops at the local, state, and national level, and is a Greenwich Public Schools (GPS) TEAM Mentor Trainer and Elementary Visual Arts Learning Facilitator. She also is a graduate of the NAEA School for Art Leaders (SAL) program. Learn more from and about Le Ann through the Monthly Mentor blog!
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National Art Education Foundation
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