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Victoria Mullins

 Studio instructor

 “I believe the arts have a unique ability to heal individuals, communities and cities. I hope to spend my time at CATS inspiring young artists to use their artistic gifts to create a more sustainable global community.”

Background

Victoria Mullins hasn’t just dabbled in service to community and under-served youth–she’s made it her calling. She has taken her passion for, and impressive credentials in art–particularly the electronic media–and focused them laser-like on helping young people achieve their potential. So it’s no surprise that Victoria is already a familiar face at CATS, having served as a substitute teacher in digital multi-media, 2D, 3D and ceramics studios. Now, it’s official.

Professional summary

  • Public Allies fellow apprentice and apprentice. Provided guidance and helped connect 56 Avondale youth, ages 16-25, to education and employment resources. Developed partnerships with community organizations including churches and community councils. September 2014 — July 2016
  • Artworks. Project manager for video documentary team, and teaching assistant. Taught young apprentices video production including camera operation, video and audio editing. Coordinated across community and Artworks staffs. Responsible for budget and direction of Artworks evaluators. September 2016 — August 2017
  • Cincinnati Art Museum. Copyright, licensing research for museum collections. 2016
  • Various. Helped underserved youth via teaching and mentoring positions, as well as research, development and fundraising roles at Youthbuild ESTS, Artworks, and GLSEN Cincinnati. September 2014 — July 2016

    Education

  • Northern Kentucky University, Bachelor of Arts, electronic media and broadcasting. Minor in sociology. December 2016.
  • New Faces of Fundraising. Learned about successful development by participating in training seminar, panels and mentoring. April 2015 — August 2016