boysclub_teachingTEACHING EXPERIENCE
“Actively involved in all areas of education including curriculum development, teacher mentoring, student career preparation, on-line teaching and community work. Combine the ability to communicate in four different languages with a strong passion for Art and active international exhibition and curatorial expertise to motivate and inspire students, creating a fun and challenging learning environment. Able to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Digital Art, Art Appreciation and History, as well as Foundation Art, Alternative Media and Photography courses”
Georges Le Chevallier

“Le Chevallier has a wealth of knowledge and experience in his particular subject area which he brings to his classes. He is also able to develop excellent rapport with his students. He is one of our most popular instructors”

Debra Ann Hooper

Director, Living Arts College, Raleigh, NC

Living Arts College, Raleigh, NC
Associate Professor, 2005 to present
Presented with The Winter 2007 Outstanding Faculty Member Award
Courses taught: Drawing, Visual Construction, Color Construction, Creative Thinking,
Conceptual Design, Graphic Design, Typography, Advertising Design, Digital Design and Production,
Digital Photography, Personal Branding, Corporate Branding, Visual Portfolio,
Survey of Western Art, and Art Appreciation.

The Art Institute of Raleigh – Durham, NC
Adjunct Instructor, 2012
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online Division
Online Instructor, 2010

Courses taught: Drawing and Perspective, and Color Theory


Cross Cultural Solutions, Tanzania Program
International Volunteer
Presbyterian Church Nursery School, Moshi, 2011,
AMAP (African Modern Art Project), Bagamoyo, 2012
Courses taught: Art, Math and English, Photography and Mural Art Project

ArtSpace Outreach Program, Raleigh, NC
Outreach Artist Educator, 2010-2011
Courses taught: After-school Mural Painting at The Brentwood Boys & Girls Club of Raleigh

“Le Chevallier is enthusiastic and interactive with both students and faculty. He is an active artist and shares artistic opportunities with his colleagues. We have enjoyed having Georges Le Chevallier working here as he is responsible, friendly and helpful”
Janette K. Hopper
Chair, Art Department, University of North Carolina Pembroke
University of North Carolina at Pembroke, NC
Adjunct Instructor, 2006
Courses taught: Elements of Design, Art Appreciation

“He was quite popular with both the students in his class and the staff at the campus, and he did a fine job teaching the class. He was an enthusiastic teacher with a good grasp of his subject matter, and he put forth extra effort in preparing for his class”

John J. Beck

Chair, General College and College Transfer Program Vance-Granville Community College, Henderson, NC


Vance Granville Community College, Louisburg, NC
Adjunct Instructor 2000–2001, 2003, 2005
Courses taught: Art Appreciation


“His work here has been respected by faculty and enjoyed by students. Student evaluations of course and teaching effectiveness, completed at Lehman each semester, were high for the Fall 1998 semester indicating that Mr. Le Chevallier “shows thorough knowledge of the subject matter” and that “overall rating of this instructor” was positive”
Dr. Abigail S. McNammee
Chair, Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Lehman College of the City University of New York
Lehman College of the City University of New York, Bronx, NY
Adjunct Instructor, 1998 – 2000
Courses taught: (Art Education) Methods in the Elementary School

“El Museo del Barrio has been very pleased by Georges Le Chevallier’s work and look forward to any opportunity to continue working with him…His exemplary work with children is matched only by his excellence as an artist in his own right”.
Alysha Galvez
Educator Coordinator, El Museo del Barrio, New York City, NY
“Originally recommended to us by El Museo del Barrio, Mr. Le Chevallier’s presentation far surpassed our hopes and expectations. We explained our desire for him to culturally connect with our primary Latino student population, and he did so in a manner that brought accolades from a fellow art teacher with over thirty years of teaching experience”

Joe Tucker

Art Teacher, Emerson High School, Union City, NJ


El Museo del Barrio, New York City, NY

Artist Educator 1997 – 1999

Courses taught: Bilingual Art Workshops at the Museum and at several public schools throughout New York City

“It was through his instruction that students were able to gain an understanding of how an artist makes decisions and solves problems using his particular tools. Georges was enthusiastic about his work with the students and related well with both staff and students. We look forward to working with Mr. Le Chevallier again”.

Jeani Miller

Magnet Facilitator, Daniel Webster Magnet Elementary School, New Rochelle, NY

Daniel Webster Magnet Elementary School, New Rochelle, NY
Painting Instructor, 1995 – 1997
Courses taught: (Visiting Artist Studio Arts Program) 1st through 5th grade painting classes.

“Speaking four languages as he does, Mr. Le Chevallier seems to me well equipped for teaching in the present times…his background and training is not only reflected in the high level of his work, but of great value is his ability to speak cogently and with insight quite beyond his years about art”.

George Hofmann
Professional Artist, and Associate Professor, Hunter College of the City University of New York
“I took the liberty of having Le Chevallier take over an undergraduate introductory art class in my absence on a couple of occasions and my student’s response towards him has been very positive. They liked him very much in addition to their testimony that he was sensitive, patient, and very willing to share his knowledge and insights. I therefore decided to have him take over my classes whenever it was necessary. Georges Le Chevallier certainly earned my trust in him with regards to students and a classroom environment”.

Juan Sanchez

Professional Artist, and Associate Professor, Hunter College of the City University of New York

Hunter College of the City University of New York, NY
Teacher’s Assistant 1994 – 1995
Courses taught: Assisted in Graduate and Undergraduate Painting Classes


“With Georges Le Chevallier’s aid, students designed the mural, under his supervision they painted it. He is a talented man who works very well with young people”.
Lawrence Burnight
Principal, Woodrow Wilson High School, Long Beach, CA
Woodrow Wilson High School, Long Beach, CA
Mural Painting Instructor, 1992
Courses taught: After-school Mural Painting Class

“Georges Le Chevallier was an outstanding and dedicated employee. He continues to volunteer mentoring youth artists for the City”.

Heather Green
Mural Arts Coordinator, City of Long Beach, CA

City of Long Beach: Department of Parks, Recreation, and Marine, Long Beach, CA
Mural Painting Instructor, 1991, 1992
Courses taught: Summer Break Mural Painting Class

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