Sarah Langsam is a teaching artist who works one-on-one with a broad range of students. She is also an approved vendor through The New Jersey Department of Disabilities (DDD).
Langsam has a hands-on style of instructing, working collaboratively with her students to help them create a variety of artwork. Students create two and
three-dimensional work in materials including but not limited to clay, paint, pencil, pen and ink, paper, recycled materials, and natural materials, such as leafs and shells. Make sure to check out the student artwork gallery to see project examples.
Langsam graduated from The University of Delaware with a BFA fine art and has cultivated her teaching skills through many years of experience. She taught in school and afterschool settings from 2015-2020. These experiences include teaching at Fusion Academy, a private school for 6th – 12th graders where students receive one-on-one instruction, and leading classes at Jespy House Day Habilitation Program, which provides a structured daily schedule of activities for adults with intellectual and developmental disorders. In 2018, Langsam began working for Arts Unbound, an organization that offered one-on-one art instruction to disabled individuals. When Arts Unbound disbanded in September 2019, Sarah was approved by The New Jersey Department of Disabilities (DDD) to be an individual vendor offering those same services.