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Ramsay Antonio-Barnes

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Department(s) Art
Title(s) Art Teacher, Director of Project-Based Learning
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Having moved from Mid Atlantic, Baltimore City, MD (11 years), Ramsay Antonio-Barnes was teaching at the Friends School of Baltimore as the K-12 Makerspace Program Coordinator and Visual Art Faculty member for 6 years. Having originally moved from Connecticut to Maryland to attend the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2005, he completed his Masters of Fine Arts while attending the Hoffberger School of Painting under the mentorship of the late Grace Hartigan. In Baltimore, Ramsay taught at such schools as MICA, Towson University, Goucher College and Anne Arundel Community College, but found his true calling in the independent school setting and working with young adults making the transition into college. Ramsay worked for the University of Hartford as an Admission Coordinator for 3 years upon returning from his Post-Baccalaureate Program studies at SACI in Florence, Italy.

Ramsay enjoys fixing vintage engines as a hobby, driving or riding things older than he is, but also has a firm foot in 21st manufacturing techniques and fabrication like 3-D printing, electronics, microprocessors and many technologies for creating. Ramsay is excited to join the Trinity-Pawling community and contribute to the rich project based learning atmosphere and individualized instruction in the Fine Arts.

Ramsay and his wife Momi reside in Cluett III North with their Boston Terrier Dozer.

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Trinity-Pawling has a rich tradition of alumni connectivity. We want you to participate in the life and vitality of the School. Through this engagement, alumni will help Trinity-Pawling propel forward.

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