Camilo Godoy
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Students during one of my lessons for the Brooklyn Museum in 2019 at Green Pastures: The Walls of Jericho, 1938 by Richmond Barthé.

In my teaching practice I use inquiry-based, multimodal learning strategies and movement-based techniques to support intellectual and creative curiosity. I currently teach at Parsons School of Design, Whitney Museum, and Recess. I have taught at several museums and organizations in New York including Brooklyn Museum, Dedalus Foundation, New-York Historical Society, among others. I have also presented, facilitated workshops, taught, and conducted studio visits for various undergraduate and graduate programs including Bard College, Rutgers University, New York University, and Pratt Institute. My teaching philosophy is influenced by the writings of educational theorists, such as John Dewey, Paulo Freire, bell hooks and Corita Kent, who center democracy, love, and joy as essential elements for teaching and learning.

92Y, Dance Education Laboratory (DEL), New York, NY
Foundations In Dance Education, Full-Year Course, 2017-2018

Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
Museum Education Fellowship Program, 2016-2017

The New School, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, New York, NY
Bachelor of Arts, Education Studies, 2013

The New School, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Photography, 2012

Institutional Affiliations
Parsons School of Design, Part-Time Faculty, 2021
Bard College, Visiting Faculty, 2021
Recess, Educator, 2019 - Present   
Whitney Museum, Educator, 2018 - Present   
Leslie-Lohman Museum, Educator, 2018 - Present  
Dedalus Foundation, Educator, 2018 - 2019
New-York Historical Society, Educator, 2017 - 2019
Brooklyn College Community Partnership, Educator, 2017 - 2018
Brooklyn Museum, Educator, 2016 - 2020
Immigrant Movement International, Educator, 2012 - 2013