Faculty Profile:

Greg ScottGallery & Exhibit Coordinator, Creative & Therapeutic Arts ProgramChildren's National Medical Center.
Greg Scott is the Gallery and Exhibit Coordinator for Children’s National Health System Creative and Therapeutic Arts Services. Greg started as the Artist-in Residence/Contractor and was offer a part-time salary position in 1994. After working for several years on the units as the only Artist-in Residence for the hospital, Greg was offer another position as the Gallery and Exhibit Coordinator. His responsibilities now include managing two galleries, artwork in the corridors, collecting artwork for the off-site health centers and coordinating outside community art programs, art exhibitions and activities. In addition, Greg advocates and works with outside community art programs that deal with at-risk children, as well as children with disabilities. For five years Greg was instrumental in creating and implementing a bereavement program for families and siblings call the Legacy of Love. Greg Scott is a celebrated artist who is also a Painter, Curator and Designer. A native Washingtonian, Greg Scott began his journey as a professional artist at the Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, Ohio and received his Bachelor Degree (BFA) from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y. His clients have included many personalities in the field of Entertainment, Politics and Corporate America. He has worked extensively as a professional artist and designer in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Washington, DC.