Rogue Gallery Art Center





Are you an artist/educator who is interested in teaching at our facility? Please contact us at for more information or submit a Proposal form.

Current Class Instructors


Jenny Calaba works with sculpture and installation, combining ceramic and glass to create fantastical entities. Her work prompts the questioning of our relationship to biology, geography and environment. She has taught and exhibited in southern California and at the Rogue Gallery and Art Center.
Shari Craddock has introduced children to the joys of making art for many years. She teaches clay-art throughout the Rogue Valley.
Samar Dawisha has been an art teacher in the Rogue valley for over 20 years. She is a painter, printmaker, and sculptor. Her work has been exhibited nationwide.
Cathy Egelston has been teaching art classes in Southern Oregon for over twenty years. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art from California State University Northridge, specializing in painting. She is an exhibiting member of Art & Soul Gallery in Ashland, Oregon.

Craig Honeycutt earned his Master’s degree in Art Education from the University of Oregon in 1988 and has taught art for over 4 decades. He enjoys working with students in a wide range of artistic content, mediums and age groups.


Pravina McClure has taught at Sacred Heart Catholic School, Southern Oregon University’s youth program and the Rogue Gallery & Art Center. She teaches classical art techniques in a fun, creative way.

George Shively has a Masters of Art Education from Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio and has taught art in the public schools for 30 years. He works in a variety of media including watercolor, oil, pencil, pastel, and acrylics.


Marcella Shoemake has been an educator for 23 years and a free-lance photographer for more than 25 years.

Silvia Trujillo has over 20 years of teaching experience in painting and drawing. Her work is featured in galleries throughout the west coast and is collected internationally.




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