Title: Studio Potter, Teacher, and Lecturer
Location: Tenafly, New Jersey, United States
Coco Schoenberg, Studio Potter, Teacher, and Lecturer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in art education.
Since 1965, Ms. Schoenberg has lent her services as a studio potter, teacher, and lecturer to various cities across New York. She has been passionate about art for as long as she can remember, and loves sharing her work—both in New York and around the world. Over the years, Ms. Shoenberg has participated in group exhibitions at places like the Great Neck Art Center (now the Gold Coast Arts Center), the State Museum of New York, the Montclair Museum, and the Brockton Museum. Her pieces are even in the permanent collections of the Hamburg Museum in Germany and the Art Institute of Chicago. Ms. Schoenberg feels that teaching is a by-product of the field. In her eyes, when a person loves something that much, it’s natural to want to pass it on to others. Some of her prior roles include teacher of handicapped children at Steven School, associate of the Pottery for Occupational Therapy Program at Columbia University Teacher’s College, and a mural volunteer at Stillman School.
Ms. Schoenberg prepared for her endeavors by earning a Master of Arts in art from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science in literature, science, and the arts from the University of Michigan. She also completed coursework at St. Martins School of Art in England and at the Art Students League in New York, coursework in pottery with Ruth Hoffman in New York, and coursework in educational design with Michael Zankin.
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