Director | March 4, 2019
Denise Incao holds a BFA in Sculptural Ceramics from Auburn University as well as an MA in Expressive Ecopsychology from Prescott College. Denise has taught art and ceramics in public schools, community centers, private studio, and workshops for 25 years. She currently teaches Expressive Ecopsychology at Watson Woods Riparian Preserve as adjunct faculty for Prescott College, as well as offering her expertise and experience in the form of mentorship to students there. She also continues to teach ceramics classes and workshops through the Community Education Division at Yavapai College. Denise has a passion for helping others to connect to their essential human bond to the natural world by encouraging personal creative expression and experiential exploration while immersed in wildness.