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Expressive Path’s primary goal is helping adolescents, who may otherwise not have the opportunity, to participate in the arts. We promote diversity, cultural interests, education, and community enrichment.
Expressive Path instructors provide lessons, workshops, art lectures, and career guidance at local recreation centers, schools, alternative programs, youth shelters, and churches. We are currently providing creative art workshops at the Montgomery County Youth Center, Anderson School, and Roosevelt High School. Expressive Path has given lessons and helped with projects at the Norristown Area High School, Eisenhower Middle School, and East Norriton Middle School.
We boost positive self-esteem by creating opportunities for teens to showcase their art in the community and by providing the tools necessary to do so through your donations. Expressive Path is proud to assist teens with funding to further their education in the arts. Expressive Path is funded through private donations, grants and fundraisers.
Board of Directors
Lisa Kane Brown, Esq. President
Pamela Martin, LPC Executive Director
Peter Mahoney, Treasurer
Honorable Kelly C. Wall, Advisor
Victoria Browning Wyeth, Art Lecturer
Pamela Martin, LPC
Josie Reigner, LPC
Andrew Spiegel, Esq.
"A very special thank you to all the kind hearts who have donated their time and support to make Expressive Path more than a dream." ~ Pamela
Founded: January 2014
Founder: Pamela Martin
BFA Tyler School of Art
MAC Arcadia University
Areas of expertise: Counseling, Social Work, Fine Art & Commercial Photography, Painting, Event Planning