Bridget Matros has been an educator for fifteen years, teaching at all levels and settings, from preschool circle-time to computer literacy for the elderly. She designed and ran the Art Studio exhibit and program at Boston Children’s Museum for ten years, developing best practices for informal art education with families. Nationally recognized as an upcoming arts leader, her call to arms for quality creative experiences during early childhood were published in “20Under40: Reinventing the Arts and Arts Education for the 21st Century” (AuthorHouse, 2010). In addition to teaching and creating community programs in Belfast, Maine, Matros provides creative development trainings and school programs as a visiting artist throughout New England. Matros’ academic background includes a BA from Oberlin College in Sociology and Psychology, as well as studio course work in Boston. Her artistry includes visual art in a range of media in addition to acting, producing, singing, and performance.