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Genie Carter

Contact Name: Eugenia (Genie) Carter


1307 Dodds Avenue
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37404
United States
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Phone: 423-710-7181

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After raising 4 children, Genie went back to school and received a BFA in Ceramics from UNC-Charlotte and then completed her MFA in Fine Art at the University of Delaware in 2009.
Since returning to her roots in Tennessee and marrying her best friend from high school, Genie has been sharing her love of clay with the community in schools, churches and art venues such as Art Creations. As a Full Circle Teaching Artist she has taught student-centered, arts-integrated sessions at Calvin Donaldson Elementary and Dupont Elementary.

Sample Programs Offered

Program Title: WEBS

Program Type: Arts Curriculum

Program Description:

WEBS is a fine arts unit of study using the mediums of clay, paint, and textiles and incorporating the book The Spider Weaver by Margaret Musgrove. Each lesson begins with a movement exercise called the Brain dance, relating to spiders and their habits and habitats, and then separates into clay and painting stations, where the students use clay tools and paintbrushes. The students end up with a circular ceramic frame in which they have woven a web of different colors and textures, and a dance that they have created in collaboration with their group. This lesson provides the outline of the clay station.

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Program Title: Mythology in Clay

Program Type: Arts Curriculum

Program Description:

Mythology in clay explores the story of Pandora’s box within an age-appropriate unit of study. Each lesson will begin with a simple movement exercise based on the Brain Dance, and then explore the nature of clay and hand building techniques such as scoring and slipping. They will learn how to use math and geometry to create a template for an amphora on which they will carve symbols to tell a personal story. The finished products will include a fired and glazed vase and a small personal 3-dimensional symbol.

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Program Title: Shakespeare in Art

Program Type: Arts Curriculum

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Shakespeare’s Sonnet 29 is the subject of this lesson using clay slip as a medium for understanding the difference in 2-dimensions and 3-dimensions as well as a novel way to explore iambic pentameter. The clay work will primarily be open ended and experimental in nature as the students use line and pattern to represent emotions.

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