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Student Instructors

Aida Hasson (’22) teaches origami and has been folding since she was seven. She is a neuroscience major and a pre-med student from Brooklyn, NY and loves nature, photography, singing, songwriting, crochet, and pretty much all other art and music as well. 



Ana Kilgore (’21) is an OBE major from Albuquerque, New Mexico who enjoys long walks, reading, and anything involving fiber arts. She’s been an avid embroiderer for all her time at CC, and now teaches embroidery as well as crochet for Arts & Crafts.



Ariela Simon (’21) is realizing her dream (since freshman year!) of teaching drawing at the arts center. She is a Poli Sci major from Oakland, CA and enjoys all types of craft. On the weekends she likes to read, cook and paint. 




Bibi Powers (’21) teaches felting and has been taking classes in the Arts & Crafts studio since his first year. He's an OBE major from Portland, Oregon and enjoys climbing, photography, puppies, and ice cream. 




Isabel Lanzetta (’22) teaches enameling and loves making jewelry as much as she does wearing it. Isa is a double major studying Southwest Studies and English, with an emphasis on Creative Writing. She has spent most of her life in Flagstaff, Arizona and enjoys movement, poetry & prose, good food, and plants.



Lucy Meigs (’23) teaching sewing classes at Art and Crafts, along with running a small business of her sewing work (on Instagram @goose_things). She is a Philosophy major and Asian Studies minor from Corvallis, OR. She loves skiing and going on walks, along with baking cookies and seeing dogs.



Miles Marshall (’21) is a senior Feminist & Gender Studies major who teaches Enameling and Block Printing. They are from Pittsfield, Massachusetts and they love to cook and dance and look at tattoos on Instagram. 



Olivia Coutre (’23) teaches crocheting. She majors in Environmental Studies and South West Studies and is from Concord, Massachusetts. She likes to climb, ski, cook meals with her friends, but most of all likes to procraftinate (procrastinating by crafting). Follow her crocheting at @yes.way.crochet on Instagram! 



Sierra Romero (’22) teaches stained glass and has been involved with the Arts & Crafts studio since here first year. She is a Political Science major with a minor in Environmental Studies and Journalism. She's from Denver, Colorado and enjoys painting, reading, skating, and hiking. 




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