Charmaine Lurch is a lead ICA artist who enjoys interdisciplinary collaborations that make connections among art, culture, story and science. Charmaine has a passion for incorporating world histories, global education, diversity, equity, and environmental themes into her work with children. Charmaine holds a graduate degree in Black Cultural Art Education and Environmental studies at York University. She is one of Toronto’s most sought after arts educators and loves to inspire students in learning about themselves and the world through a variety of media, including painting, printmaking, wire sculpture and archival photo transfers.
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