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Sarah Tanzer taught drawing, painting and printmaking in Summer 2013, 2014 and 2015. She teaches Afterschool Classes at PS 107 and has taught for years with LeAp-Learning through an Expanded Arts Program at various public schools in NYC;  Brooklyn Friends Summer Intensive Art Program, the 92nd Street Y and Pratt’s Saturday Art School. Sarah studied at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture and has a M.S in Art & Design Education from Pratt Institute. Sarah is particularly interested in having students blend working from observation and their imagination and likes working with young artists using pencil, charcoal, oil pastels, watercolors,  acrylic paint, printmaking, and collage and taking trips with students to draw in Prospect Park and at museums.

Liliana Arzate taught graphic design projects in Summer 2013. She teaches preschool and is a graphic and website designer and fluent in Illustrator and Photoshop and graphic design layout. She has​ more than ​10 years of experience working for advertising and ​design agencies. She has also designed auction flyers for PS 107. You can  visit her website at: 

Janine Greenberg taught a textile project in Session 2,2014. She teaches Crafts at PS 107 and has taught sewing at both The Brooklyn Mercantile and Fiber Notion in Park Slope to children and adults.  She is a tailor in Park Slope who has worked for many locals on all types of garments including dresses that have been worn to Red Carpet events. She has experience with textile arts and specializes in reverse applique.


Natalia Zukerman led a mural project in Summer 2015. She is an artist and musician and has been making public and private murals since 1998, when she started her own company, Off the Wall ( She has taught art and songwriting at festivals and schools across the county and in Canada and is thrilled to be leading a mural her first time working at Summer Arts.

Sharon Padua Bogolubov led a watercolor project in Summer 2015. She is an artist and New York certified art educator with a Masters in Art and Design Education from Pratt Institute.  She offers experience in a broad array of media including drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, digital media arts, and mixed media.  Her teaching practice is supported by a 20-year international career in marketing communications, which included illustration, graphic design, video production, advertising, public relations and special events.  She has taught at Jericho and North Shore public schools, and St. Dominic’s on Long Island and at Pratt Institute’s Saturday Art School.  You can learn more about her at:  Sharon Padua


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