Geraldine Jackson McCorr is an artist and educator who holds a Bachelors Degree in Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Certification K-12 in Art, as well as an Associate Degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Ms. McCorr teaches high school art at Big Beaver Falls School District. In the spring of 2006, she embarked on an exciting new endeavor when she founded the Center for Creative Arts Expression, a community art center in Beaver Falls.
For more than two decades, Geraldine Jackson McCorr has used art as a vehicle to not only express her own creativity, but to reach and motivate young people and adults in schools and outreach programs. Using creative expression to motivate at-risk youth is a particular passion of the artist.
Art has been a huge part of her life, a love and a joy. She feels blessed to have a career that affords her the opportunity to share that passion with her students and fellow artists.
Geraldine Jackson McCorr