Tracy Wolf-Paquin is currently owner and director of Village Glass Studio in Multnomah VIllage, Portland, OR. Previously, she was a Young Audience resident artist in the Portland and Beaverton school districts. She participated in the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Seminar, speaking to Artist as Educators: Planning Effective Residencies for Students. In this seminar she designed, developed and piloted an arts-integrated experience for young people in fused glass as a means of a scientific journey. Tracy helped students design and create large-scale glass murals that are installed in numerous schools.
During the past 15 years Tracy has provided continuous assistance to teachers who are trained at the Leonard Bernstein Center for Artful learning. She facilitated the creative parts of the Artful Learning model.
Today, Tracy provides private instruction to adults and children in her Portland studio: Village Glass Studio. (villageglassstudio.com) Tracy has a B.A. in Arts and Architecture, University of Oregon, with an emphasis in Cultural Services and Arts Administration.