Troy Corriveau has been a New Hampshire certified k-12 art educator since 1997. He has earned a BFA in Art and a MAT in Art Education from the University of New Hampshire. He has also earned a CAGS in Educational Leadership from the University of New England.
Presently Troy is working full time at Prospect Mountain High School in Alton, NH as an art educator and as a Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Leader for four different departments. As an adjunct professor of education, Troy has taught Technology, Curriculum and Assessment at the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester, NH since 2013.
Outside of the classroom Troy has stayed active and current in both education and in the visual arts. Since receiving an Art Fellowship in 1995 from the Art Department at the University of New Hampshire, Troy regularly works in a variety of drawing mediums such as pyrography and enjoys frequent artistic excursions with painting, printing, sculptural mediums as well as wheel thrown pottery. He also maintains memberships in the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, New Hampshire Art Educators Association and the National Art Educations Association.