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Noemi Hernandez

Utah Division of Arts & Museums (UDAM) teaching artist.
Noemi Hernandez

Noemi has been a presenter at the Utah Art Educators Confer- ence, a regular guest in “El Grito de la Prosperidad” Educational Radio show, and an award-winning educator and communicator in English and Spanish. Aside from the recognition she earned as an educator and community advocate, as an educator, she built a demand for her classes. In addition to her visual arts expertise she had first hand experiences with dance that began when she became a student of the Dance Department of Mexico City’s IN- BA (National School of Dance). Her experiences as a parent of “Art Lovers” helps her empathize with the educational art needs of students and families as well as understanding the challenge of keeping art programs in our schools.
Today, as a District Arts Coordinator for Granite School District, she works to expand K-12 arts education. Noemi has experience in working with one of the most diverse populations in the state. She is able to inspire teachers and students no matter their level of talent or background. She worked to develop a reputation of an educator with the highest standards of classroom manage-
ment, educational quality, and integrity in the community. Her outstanding performance in education helped her earn the 2015 Granite Education Foundation Excel Award.  For her work with students of diverse racial, social, economic, and religious back-
grounds she was given the 2000 SUU Commitment to Excellence Advisor of the Year Award, and she also received the 1999

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