In 2012 Charlotte completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts in ceramics, while working at the North Central Community Association teaching art to disabled adults and later to run a Mural Project. After graduation she worked with the North Central Community Association where they received the Explorations Grant (from the Sask. Arts Board) to research the needs and wants of youth within art and culture. For this research Charlotte used Participatory Action Research, where she ran pilot art projects and events, while developing and using a survey for the youth to assess their experience and interest in arts and cultural programing. Charlotte later moved to work with the Prairie Central District as their Arts and Cultural Coordinator, where she again supported and promoted arts and cultural programing and events. She also developed a survey to assess the programs and services within the District. Charlotte currently teaches art with the Create program with the Regina Public School Board, ceramics and kids classes at the Conservatory and Cathedral Arts School.
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