Marquis Studios is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing arts-in‐education services to 150 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 83 professional teaching artists whom specialize in a variety of disciplines. If you are interested in becoming a Teaching Artist visit our careers page.
Charlotte Gapp is a visual artist who works primarily with Pre-K to 8th graders in a variety mediums and projects, including African Marketplace Project and arts for students with Special Needs and Autism. She received her BFA in Painting and Art History from The Rhode Island School of Design/ European Honors Rome. Charlotte has worked as a Marquis Studios teaching artist since 2007.
Caleb van Gelder is a drummer and percussionist focusing on jazz, world, experimental, and electronic music as a composer, collaborator, and educator. He has developed a prolific career as a performer and educator, having performed with the likes of Carole King, Camila Meza, Ryan Keberle, and Azar Lawrence, while maintaining a fervent and diverse teaching schedule the past 9 years. His music education experience includes directing general music and concert band programs at Sussex School and Seeley Lake Elementary in Montana, working with special needs children with Center for Music by People with Disabilities program, in Missoula, MT, as well as private piano and percussion lessons with youth and adults alike. Caleb’s education work focuses on a vast range of topics, including general and world music studies, concert band, choir, West African drumming, Latin percussion, and electronic music production. Caleb has been a Marquis Studios teaching artist since 2016.
Gabriel Globus-Hoenich’s career reflects forays into the worlds of jazz, classical music, and world music as a drummer, percussionist, composer, and teaching artist. Currently based in New York City, Gabriel performs frequently with some of the top players in Latin music, including John Benitez, Axel Laugart, and Luisito Quintero. An active composer and arranger, Gabriel has written for Achilles Liarmakopolous of the Canadian Brass, grammy nominated Tiempo Libre, and the Louisville Orchestra. Gabriel continues to work as a teaching artist for the Afro Latin Jazz Alliance and the Philadelphia Orchestra’s School Partnership Program and has been a teaching artist for Play On Philly! as well as musician-in-residence at The Please Touch Museum. He is a co-founder of Drumming for Social Change, an organization dedicated to developing percussion-based educational programming. Gabriel graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music in 2008 where he studied with Don Liuzzi and Robert van Sice. He has been a Marquis Studios teaching artist since 2015.