Angela Haseltine Pozzi - Creative Consulting

Angela has extensive experience in leading art workshops for large and small groups. In this capacity, she is hireable to design and facilitate workshops and classes for all age groups.

Angela Haseltine Pozzi has been dedicated to quality arts education her entire life. She was raised among artists and is currently an exhibiting artist as well as arts educator.

Her mother, Maury Haseltine, was a professional painter and printmaker and always made space in her studio for Angela to do work. Angela's father, James L. Haseltine, was the Director of the Salt lake Art Center and then Director of the Washington State Arts Commission. Angela and her parents and brother have had several art exhibits together over the years.

This rich arts background served as a springboard to Angela's dedication to the arts. At a young age she realized that few others had the same opportunities in the arts and vowed change that. While taking multiple arts and dance classes, and teaching art in various venues, she focused her energy in getting a bachelors and masters degree in Education.

Today she is an exhibiting artist of Mixed Media Sculptures and Jewelry as well as owner of Creative Art Supplies and offers arts classes and workshops for all ages and abilities.

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Workshops Possibilities
Art or Dance Education presentations and workshops can be geared to each institution's individual needs and age groups.

  • WASL Art Links grades 3 - 12
    • hands on math/art activities directly connected with skills tested on the WASL
    • Connecting the State Reading and Math Essential learnings with the kinesthetic, auditory and visual/tactile learner.
  • Multiple Intelligences and the Arts
    • using the visual and performing arts to reach all your students
  • Discipline Based Arts Education
    • Understanding how to view, critique and make art by understanding design elements and principles and learning from professional artists.
  • Geometry through Paper Arts
  • Egyptian Paper Weaving and Geometric Skills
  • How to approach Cultural and Ethnic Arts with respect
  • Art and Science Connections
  • Basic Design Using Collage Techniques
  • Learning to See - a Polaroid workshop
  • Creative Dance in the P.E. Curriculum
  • Reflections of Ancient Egypt
  • Op and Pop art of the 1960's and 70's
  • A Mixed Media Approach to Modern Art
  • Installation Art
  • Wearable Art
  • Paper Arts
  • Kirigami - the art of Japanese paper cutting
  • Mask-making
  • Clay - successful hand-building techniques for anyone
  • Weaving
  • Printmaking in the classroom
  • Art for the Visually Impaired and Blind
  • Art for the Developmentally Disabled
  • Parent and Child Art workshops
  • Art for Occupational Therapists
  • Art and Dance for the Physical Therapist
  • Visual Arts for Senior Citizens

Consulting Fees

All fees include expendable art materials used in a hands-on workshop for up to 20 people.

Materials for additional participants or clay workshops will have additional charges.

Slide lectures or presentations not using art materials are negotiable.

  • One day, 1-2 hour presentation and group discussion
  • One day, 3 hour workshop presentation
  • Full day, 6 hour workshop
  • One week, in school residency, up 60 students
  • Hosting organization is required to cover travel, room and board.