Andy Calkiewicz Has a Love For Teaching

Many teachers are in the profession just to punch the clock, working the nine to five grind, earning a paycheck and going home to forget about the stresses of the day. Andy Calkiewicz, however, chose teaching because it allowed him the opportunity to inspire other people, as well as to promote and impart the values of education and learning to eager young minds.

Andy Calkiewicz has had an interest in art from a very early age, gravitating towards the Avant Garde movements of Dadaism and Surrealism at a very early point in his young career. Andy Calkiewicz attended the Rhode Island School of Design so that he could discover how to better use his talent, love and knowledge of the art world to make a difference. With a Bachelor’s degree of Art History and Visual Culture in tow, Andy Calkiewicz continued his academic career at Columbia University, where he studied art history.

Andy Calkiewicz

Andy Calkiewicz

Andy Calkiewicz has an extensive academic background that includes five years or professional teaching at New York University. As a teacher focusing on the Avant Garde art movements of the twentieth century, Andy Calkiewicz hopes to instill the same appreciation for the interesting and often misunderstood movements that continue to inspire him.

Combining teaching and art was a no-brainer for Andy Calkiewicz. His desire to share his passion with young and eager people has served as a powerful inspiration to any who plan on someday entering the teaching profession. Andy Calkiewicz capitalizes on unrelenting zeal, energy and enthusiasm to make the most of every teaching opportunity.


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