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WELCOME TO EDUCATION ALCHEMY HOME TO A BLOG ABOUT EDUCATION POLICY AND NOW ALSO HOME TO ALCHEMYART, WHERE YOU CAN VIEW FOR ART FOR SHOW AND SALE.

All art can be purchased by check or PayPal at https://www.paypal.me/artbyalchemy

Contact me by email to arrange a purchase: mmcdermott@towson.edu 

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Morna McDermott McNulty is an artist, writer and educator. She is a professor in the College of Education at Towson University, as well as an author (Blood’s Will — a vampire novel, 2018), and film producer (Voices of Baltimore: Life Under Segregation, 2017). She is also a certified Paint Your Life instructor, hosting workshops in schools and art galleries around the country. Morna has been working in, and with, arts-integration for public education and social justice for over 20 years. Some of her photographs have been published in various academic journals including The Journal of Curriculum Theorizing and The Currere Exchange. She lives in Catonsville with her family.

Follow me at Baltimore County Arts Guild and their Transcending Quarantine show.

 

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