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Program Director

Robin Meyer is a working artist and a full time Professor of Art at Montgomery College. She has also taught Drawing and Painting at Syracuse University, SUNY Oswego, and Pratt MWP. In addition to her years teaching at the college level she has over a dozen years working with artists with disabilities. Her ongoing desire to unite need with talent has led her to creating this

unique program.


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To view Robin's CV: Click Here



Art Facilitators

Our facilitators undergo specialized training in how to individually assist each artist. These

training sessions focus on acheiving autonomy for the participant. Facilitators are also artists themselves and most have experience in art education. All have a special passion for working with people with disabilities.


Vivian Nicole Garcia was born in Mexico City, and moved with her family to the United States at a young in pursuit of a greater economic opportunities. She has an Associates of Fine Arts Degree from Montgomery College and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art), with a concentration in printmaking. Additionally Vivian has studied art history and conservation at SACI (Studio Art Center International) in Florence, Italy. In addition to her focus on drawing and printmaking Vivian is extremely passionate about travel, believing that delving into diverse cultures not only expands her global awareness but heightens her empathy for others through direct experience with alternative customs.



Who Gets to Be An Artist?

Studio classroom is at Montgomery

College is located in Room 401 (4th floor) Paul Peck Art Bldg.

51 Manakee St. Rockville, 20850


Mail to be sent to:  

c/o Robin Meyer

Who Gets to Be An Artist?


51 Mannakee Street

Rockville, MD 20850


Robin Meyer

Vivian Garcia

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