Ms. Angelillo teaches visual arts at The Grayson School, where she combines 21st-century techniques with fine arts instruction to cultivate creativity in each student. Her work as a teacher reflects her work as an artist, incorporating laser cutters, 3D printers, Makey-Makey, AutoCAD, metalwork, and LEGO in addition to more traditional media such as sculpture, drawing, painting, and photography. She also has substantial experience in teaching art history and differentiating for students with multiple learning styles, including innovative curriculum development for students with a wide range of skills, from absolute beginners through advanced, specialized studio artists.
Ms. Angelillo believes strongly that art education should be interdisciplinary in its approach, and that the process of creating art should encourage students to integrate their identities and experiences so they may express themselves authentically. She holds a BFA in Art Education from Moore College of Art and Design, where she was the winner of the Deborah Deery Memorial Award given annually to the most outstanding student in Art Education. A fan of all things Disney, Ms. Angelillo spends much of her spare time on a roller derby team, where she races under the name “Cinderolla”.