Kathryn Horn Coneway has worked as an art teacher, artist in residence and art therapist as well as pursuing her own artistic practice. She exhibits her photography and mixed media work in community and juried shows. Kathryn taught art and photography at the Miller School of Albemarle and the U.Va. summer enrichment program. As an artist in residence, she collaborated with teachers to integrate visual arts in curriculum in San Diego Unified School District and Arlington County, Virginia. Kathryn studied art and education at the University of Virginia, earning a B. A. in Studio Art with a photography concentration. She received a Masters in Art Therapy from the George Washington University in 2003. She completed art therapy internships at Accotink Academy in Springfield, Virginia and at Georgetown’s Lombardi Cancer Center.
Kathryn is a co-founder and director of Art at the Center. She enjoys providing a studio atmosphere for children and families and hopes that creative work begun at Art at the Center carries over into creating and making connections at home and in the community. She is a member of the National Art Education Association, the American Art Therapy Association, and the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance as well as serving as a creative ambassador for Fablevision Learning. Kathryn enjoys working in a studio setting and the unique nature of the relationships and insights that develop through engaging in the creative process.
See Kathryn’s artwork at her website, www.kathrynconeway.com