Marquis Studios is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing arts-in‐education services to 170 New York City public schools annually. We strive to develop a strong partnership between artists and teachers by providing arts programs to supplement traditional classroom teaching techniques. Each residency or workshop focuses on a specific visual or performing arts discipline selected by school staff and administration.
Marquis Studios employs 90 professional teaching artists whom specialize in a variety of disciplines. If you are interested in becoming a Teaching Artist visit our careers page.
Danielle Nicolosi is from Staten Island, New York. She graduated Hunter College in 2014 with her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Dance Education. She has had the opportunity to teach master classes, as well as, perform in Catania, Sicily. Danielle currently dances for Rangeela Dance Troupe a Bollywood fusion company that is based in NYC. Danielle regularly teaches Creative Movement, Contemporary, Hip Hop, the basics of Latin styles and Bollywood. She has been a proud teaching artist for Marquis Studios since 2015.
Hiromi is an installation artist who loves working with children. She has taught visual arts to children for 30 years in Tokyo, Japan and New York. Hiromi has taught at wide variety of art institutions including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Museum, and The Children’s Museum of the Arts. Hiromi has taught visual arts at NYC Public schools in both general education and special education classes with visual impairment, Autism Spectrum, multiple disabilities students. She is a TATI graduate, where she learned new ways to reach students in the Autism Spectrum. Hiromi has been selected to participate at EASE, a federally-funded professional development program. As a New York based installation artist, Hiromi has exhibited her work both domestically and internationally at many prominent art institutions such as: The National Museum of Art in Johannesburg, South Africa, Highways Performance and Arts, Los Angels, California, Memorial Art Gallery at The University of Rochester, Rochester NY, The Clocktower Gallery in New York, La Foret Museum in Harajuku, Tokyo. Hiromi studied Painting and Art Education at Musashino Art University in Tokyo and has been a Marquis Studios teaching artist since 1998.