Christina Klauenburch is a visual art teaching artist offering a variety of relevant arts programming for students.
Christina has been sharing her love for art with children for the past fifteen years. She has taught students in school arts residencies through the Luther Burbank Center for the Performing Arts during the school year. Christina has also worked as an art teacher at the Luther Burbank Center for the Performing Arts’ Summer Visual Arts Camp, helping students discover their love for arts. She has also volunteered as an art teacher at Cali Calmecac Language Academy.
Christina worked and taught in the Arts and Trauma Teaching Artist Residency Program offered through Creative Sonoma. Her trauma-informed training has led to a deeper and richer understanding of how she can used arts education to help students identify, heal, and feel empowered.
She is currently pursuing a teaching credential at Sonoma State University and in her free time, she enjoys photography, gardening, and spending time with her family.
Contact Christina to learn more about arts and integrated arts lessons she has to offer students of all ages!