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Staff Spotlight - Adrienne Turk

We love our Meyer Prep Faculty and Staff! We look forward to introducing you to a new staff member each week so that you can see the dedicated, smiling faces of Meyer Prep.

This week, meet Mrs. Adrienne Turk. Mrs. Turk teaches Kindergarten-8th Grade Art and our Visual Arts Elective.

Here are some fun facts about Mrs. Turk:

Where are you from?

I live in Florida now, but I will always be a New Yorker.

What is something you love to do outside of school?

I love to read about art, go see art and I love to make art. I am also an Adjunct Professor at Palm Beach State College and I currently have 2 new lockdown inspired works on display in a Faculty Exhibition at the Lake Worth campus.

What is one of your personal goals?

I would love to eat my way through Paris and to see the Mona Lisa when the world opens up again. And a Ph.D. in art history would be nice too.

Where's your 'happy place'?

My happy place is my state of mind when I am participating in the artistic process. Anytime I can be in the artmaking moment is when I am most at peace. This is why I love to teach art as much as making art.

What is something your students might not know about you?

My spirit animal is a monkey. Monkeys represent curiosity, energy, playfulness, compassion, and creativity. Also, when my daughter (a Meyer graduate) was little, I called her my “Maya Monkey." 

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