Educational Biography

Joshua Capps

The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA
    June 2006, Master in Teaching, Washington State Residency Teaching Certificate    
            Master’s paper:  “Painting and Piaget: Art and Cognition” 

Cornish College of Fine Arts, Seattle, WA
    May 2000, Bachelor of  Fine Arts, Magna cum laude
            Focus in print and photography

Olympic College, Bremerton, WA
    May 1995, Associates of Arts and Sciences, Magna cum laude
            Focus in History and photography

        •   All-level Art (highly qualified)
        •   Secondary History (highly qualified)
        •   Secondary Social Studies (highly qualified)
Teaching Experience
Sequim Middle School, Sequim WA
    Fall 2006-Current, multi-level Art and extracurricular Art Club

Chinook Middle School, Lacey WA
    Spring 2006, ten-week student-teaching placement, multi-level Art

Shelton High School, Shelton WA
    Fall 2005, ten-week student-teaching placement, multi-level U. S. History, Psychology, Sociology

Shelton High School, Shelton WA
    January through June 2005, student practicum, sculpture classes 

Spectrum Community School, Kingston, WA
    September 2002 through June 2004, volunteer teacher
        • Volunteer taught 10th-12th mixed grades in Book Arts

Spectrum Community School, Kingston, WA
    Sept. 1991 through June 1995, substitute teachers aide
        •   10th-12th mixed grades in visual art, photography and media classes
Relevant Experience
    •   Feb 2-10, 2002 Cornish Behnke Gallery- Several pieces of print art in group
         show, Super Figurative Approximations, and March 1-29, 2002 at Old 
         Dominion University, Norfolk, VA.

    •   February, 2001 Artist of the month with solo art show at Daniel Smith
        Artists Materials, Silverdale, WA.

    •   Exhibited art work at student shows with others, both at Cornish and Olympic
        College.  BFA show included 39 monoprints and a handmade book of intaglio 
Community Involvement
Volunteer art consultant    
     •   Oct. 02, Nov. 03, April 05, for Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe
         Native American Art Auction at the Burke Museum, Seattle, WA (02, 
         03,) and at the S’Klallam House of Knowledge, Kingston, WA (05, 06, 07).

Star Fish award recipient (for volunteerism) 2003, 2004
Spectrum Community School, Kingston, WA.