Please note this event is online only.
Join artist and educator Meridith Gray Green for a virtual tour of CAM’s exhibitions in American Sign Language (ASL). This free program is offered as part of the Deaf Visual Arts Festival, an annual festival organized by DEAF Inc. to celebrate the richness and uniqueness of Deaf Culture and to increase communication accessibility to arts in the region.
This program will be held as a Zoom meeting, with ASL and closed captioning available.
Meridith Gray Green is a Deaf and hard-of-hearing artist, interpreter, and educator. She grew up in mid-Missouri in a large college town. After graduating from Columbia College with a degree in drawing and painting, she continued to earn interpreter certification and a master of arts in teaching. Her graduate thesis centered on language assessment in early childhood Deaf education. Green has always had a passion for working within the community, especially with children. She has worked in educational institutions from preschool to graduate school, and frequently volunteers her time and talents within the Deaf community. You can find her interpreting bawdy pirate songs at the renaissance faire, teaching art to Deaf youth at a summer camp, or collaborating with other artists at a music festival.