PT Artscape Advisory Committee
Wanda Leclerc, parent, artist and elementary art teacher at Grant Street School. She serves as our Program Coordinator.
Susan P. Hill-Doyle
Susan Doyle,arts education advocate and Blue Heron Art teacher, grades 6,7,8.
Martha joined Centrum in 2007. Born in Providence, Rhode Island, she studied at the San Francisco Art Institute (BFA 1977) and also studied textile design and printing at the Rhode Island School of Design and Oregon College of Arts and Crafts. Worthley recently returned from a year in Mexico where she lived in Guadalajara and taught at the American School Foundation. While there she took the opportunity to travel in order to pursue her interest in Mexican arts and crafts.
Dawn Pierson, parent and community arts advocate is our fundraising coordinator.
Meredith Essex is a visual artist who has exhibited her art throughout the region for over 25 years. She has inspired many diverse people to discover their creative selves and find confidence in making and teaching art. She has a long history as teaching artist, teacher trainer and mentor, and teaching artist trainer. She has been lead visual artist for Arts Impact, an organization training teachers to teach the arts, for 9 years and has worked as an arts assessment specialist within that organization. She serves several organizations including the Washington State Arts Commission, ArtsEd Washington, and Port Townsend’s Artscape. She has written arts-infused curriculum materials for the Lake Washington, Enumclaw, South Kitsap, and Tacoma school districts as well as the Tacoma Art Museum, Museum of Glass and the Washington State History Museum.
Executive Director, PT Main Street Program, Business-Community Partner, public relations community events and activities, Non-Profit umbrella organization.
Community member, Arts Education advocate, volunteer, project manager, events
Connie is an educator currently teaching in Port Townsend public school. She has a BA in Education from Washington State University and holds a Masters Degree from City University in Educational Technology. She is an Olympic Peninsula native, an enthusiastic advocate for Environmental Education for children, an avid gardener, and arts supporter.