Amalia Drewes

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Amalia Drewes

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Amalia Drewes

Amalia Drewes is an artist, a lover of nature, and a spiritual explorer. Amalia graduated from Parsons School of Design, The New School with a BFA in Illustration. Amalia is a presenter and storyteller for Journeys Into American Indian Territory, a moving museum of Native American culture. She has started her own business called Visual Remedies, providing healing art for those who are grieving from loss. Additionally, Amalia operates as a freelance graphic designer, but one of her biggest joys was becoming a teacher of Reggio, a nature-based learning, at Spark Elementary. Amalia started online teaching at Usdan in 2020 as a Mixed Media Instructor and for the 3rd year in a row will attend as a Painting and Drawing teacher. Amalia had the pleasure of attending camp as a young girl, starting when she was in 3rd grade. Her summers at Usdan were some of the best memories of her life. She is very excited to be on the campgrounds again this year to share in the celebration of art, music, and nature coming together.