Natalia Pilato  

  • Currently, is a PHD candidate in Art Education at Penn State University.


  • She received her Masters in Education as well as completing the post baccalaureate teaching certification program from P.S.U. in May 2011.


  • She graduated from Penn State with high distinction as a Schreyer Honors student, completing a BFA in sculpture in 2007.


  • She has an Associates Degree in Business Management from Pierce College 1990.


  • As the executive director of the Community Arts Collective she successfully facilitated and completed two major community based murals; “The Colors of Music” and “Dreams Take Flight”, located in State College PA.


  • She was the Director of Arts and Education at the Campbell Street Community Center in Williamsport, PA 2007-2009 where she directed after school programs as well as designing and implementing additional projects including the Children’s Community Garden and the “Seed to Mouth” program, “CLICK” photo project and the “Children are the Seeds of the Future” mural in 2009.


  • She was the Director of the Window Shop Hop Art Exhibition from 2003-2007 and has been an intern with the City Repair Project in Oregon in 2006 as well a working artist and art promoter in Belize 1991- 1997.

(Leading Artist)