Jamie Schorsch holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master of Arts in Art Education with PK-21 licensure in Art Education of the University of Cincinnati’s college of D.A.A.P. Jamie’s teaching experience has been widely varied and includes working with students ranging in ages from 5-18, private and public institutions, and both inner city and suburban schools. Jamie has taught at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Public Schools, and is currently employed as an art teacher at Oak Hills High School where she serves as Art Department Program Coordinator. Currently, Jamie Schorsch teaches Foundation, Art History AP, Studio Art AP Drawing, and Studio Art AP 2D Design.
When not teaching, Jamie Schorsch can be found deconstructing concepts of the American dream through mythology, fairy tales, and literary characters, while picking apart representations and interpretations of popular culture. Psychology, religion, history, literature, and film inspire the conceptual and visual development for her artworks which are created in a wide variety of media. The resulting repertoire of images created illustrates visual, social, and spiritual exploration in relation to modern societal standards.