Daylynn holds a Master of Arts in Community Art Education from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts through Tufts University. She has taught across the country in after-school programs, museums and camps. Her Master's thesis work explored why traditional schools do not work for many young people, and identified fundamental qualities of alternative education spaces where students are genuinely engaged in learning. She is passionate about creating non-traditional, interdisciplinary and inclusive environments that invite students to question- rather than accept- existing systems.
Kate Stilwell, Equity Consultant
Kate is a social justice educator, Ultimate Frisbee enthusiast, and lover of the outdoors. She has been teaching at Roosevelt for the last three years and began working in partnership with Marrow in late 2015.
(Work in progress! More photos and bios coming soon!)
Madelyn, Shop Manager
Florence, Gallery Curator
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