Lindsey Mack is a Maryland-based artist, muralist and educator who has taught at High Point High School in Prince George's County for four years. She received her Bachelor of Fine Art in Painting and Master of Art in Teaching from Maryland Institute College of Art. She has written curriculum for the Maryland State Department of Education and has been recognized as Prince George's County Secondary Art Educator of the Year. She delivered numerous pedagogical presentations at the Maryland Art Education Association conference and has co-planned statewide visual art workshops for high school students.
To follow Lindsey's studio practice and see her work in the classroom, follow her on Instagram: @LindseyMackArt and @Art.With.Ms.Mack.
Gallery of Arts-Integrated Work
SCHOOL: High Point High School
TEACHER: Lindsey Mack
CLASS: Drawing and Painting 1
PRISM.K12 STRATEGIES: Connect and Empathize
PHILLIPS ARTWORK INSPIRATION: Jacob Lawrence’s The Migration Series
Students observed and discussed Jacob Lawrence’s paintings in The Migration Series, while learning about the causes and effects of the Great Migration in the United States. Inspired by Lawrence’s style and subject matter, students reflected and researched for their own painting that depicts a symbolic migration scene personal to their identity. This project enabled students to empathize with the obstacles black Americans faced in the Great Migration, and connect to contemporary migration issues that may affect themselves or their peers.