Teresa Ghiglino received her Master's in Fine Arts from American University. She has received a number of prestigious awards, such as the 2004 Mayor's Arts Award for Outstanding Contribution to Arts Education in Washington, DC., Alma Thomas Award and the Glassman Award. She was also a Fellow for the Kennedy Center's Arts Edge Program. The DC Commission of the Arts and the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts awarded Ms. Ghiglino multliple grants for her work in the visual arts. In 1998, she was named the District of Columbia's Winning Teacher by Coca Cola.
Her work has been exhibited in Argentina, Peru and in the United States. Locally, her art has been on display at the Museum of Latin American Art "Las Americas", Organization of American States, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Mexican Cultural Institute, NASA, District of Columbia Arts Community, Washington Project for the Arts, Alla Rogers Gallery, Fondo del Sol and Northern Virginia Community College. Ms. Ghiglino's work has been purchased by organizations such as the Pan American Health Organization and the Inter-American Development Bank.
Rain Barrel Visual Arts Crew
Carlos Walker painting a scene of Chesapeak Bay
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