My name is Christina Parrish, and I am an art educator in Winston Salem Forsyth County Schools. I have a BA in Studio Art from Georgia Southern, and a Master of Art Education degree from University of Georgia.
My teaching philosophy strongly correlates with my artist philosophy. My job as an art educator is to make sure that students grasp the basic fundamental ideas and rules of art, and develop their ability to problem-solve through the process of creating art. These ideas are carried over into my own body of work. I do not identify with one particular medium. I love painting, drawing, sculpture, craft, and identify most with the study of art history.
Visit me on instagram @mrs.cparrish for the most recent updates in my classroom!
I Have Marks To Make
4th Grade works selected to be a part of the Jepson Center's I Have Marks to Make.
1st and 3rd Grade participate in the International Student Climate Arts Project.
Jepson Center Field Trip
4th Grade students attend a field trip to Jepson Center's exhibition of Monet and American Impressionism.
Butler Elementary's Artworks Fill the Hallways
Elementary Students in Grades Pre-Kindergarten through five work hard to beautify the school!
Butler Bears at BOE
Butler Bears are featured at the Board of Education with their ISCAP exhibit, STEAM forte, and field trip adventures!