Hi! I’m teaching artist and museum educator Stephanie Krause. 

I’ve taught art in New York City for more than two decades.


I bring my unique enthusiasm for talking about art, making art, and the creative process to every setting – be it as grand as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or in someone’s home.

That’s me, teaching an online class, laughing with my students as we explore together!


MY BACKGROUND

  • BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in Illustration/Graphic Communications
  • Masters Degree from RISD (Rhode Island School of Design) in Art Education Pre-K-12
  • Chosen to create an instructional art video by the The Kennedy Center – my video “Art From The Unexpected” is part of its Teaching Artists Present educational resource collection
  • Named 1995 Featured Artist at The Center for Book Arts
  • Recipient of the John T. Milliken Foreign Travel Undergraduate Award from Washington University to live in a Paris art studio and travel internationally

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(Gratuitous photo of a happy Zoom accident – these two students’ boxes were stacked in Zoom so the student in the bottom row had a cat head! I laughed so hard and grabbed a quick screenshot. This remains one of my funniest memories from virtual teaching…along with the time that a student brought her chicken to class and fed it a banana.)