February 11, 2011
2011 I.F. 50: Alexa Stanger
folks may argue that in tough economic times, the art-and-culture sector should
be the first to face the fire when it comes to budget cuts. To at least some
degree, the Idaho Falls
community has been spared this dilemma due to public support and dedicated
educators. For a good example of the latter, look no further than Alexa
Alexa has worked for the Art Museum for numerous
years and serves as the Education Director. Under Alexa's guidance the Art
Museum has created a wonderful program that provides art education in the
public schools. Alexa has taught art classes in Idaho Falls
area schools as well Swan
In addition to her fantastic work with school
children in the public school sector, Alexa has also developed and maintained a
thriving arts education program at the Art Museum of Eastern Idaho.
The Art Museum holds free family days and offers
truly memorable experiences for families of all backgrounds. Children who visit
the Art Museum enjoy quality art projects with a twist that derives directly
from Alexa's creativity and passion for education.
Here is a woman who works tirelessly to promote
the mission of the Art Museum, not only through her good works within the walls
of the building but also from her effervescent optimism she radiates wherever
she goes. Children all over East Idaho are benefiting from Alexa's passion for
art and her unique approach to each class and art experience she offers to each
child she meets.
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