Artist in Residence   
           Nick Kachulis        
      Story teller, Scholar, Educator,  Musician.
Creative Teaching Partner:

Massachusetts Cultural Council (See sidebar)

Designs and Implements programs for grades K-12

Over twelve year in Massachusetts Schools
Experienced, Inspired, Professional,
Artist in Residence- Celebration of Ancient Greece 
Broad, deep knowledge of the History and Culture of Ancient Greece
First hand experience of many important, historical and

archeological sites.

Extensive personal collection of material about and from Greece.

Plays Bouzouki and Dumbec, traditional Greek instruments.

For a list of other programs offered by this artist click here .    

      Graduate Level Visiting Lecturer:
The Art of Storytelling,
Integrating Arts and Humanities into Curriculum
Oral Language and Literacy,
Art and Literacy.
Certified Faculty Instructor: Intel Teach to the Future Program. 
Presenter: Professional Development and Curriculum design
Published A.S.C.A.P. composer
Compositions on Broadcast television five continents. 
Compositions on ABC, PBS, HBO and ESPN in US
Musical Director  television show  local NBC affiliate,
Producer:  CD of classical music. 
Plays Piano,and Guitar


Massachusetts Cultural Council
Creative Teaching Partner
  •          Creative Teaching Partners is a small group of teaching artists designated by Massachusetts Cultural Council to offer curriculum based arts programs. Creative Teaching Partners submit their creative and educational work to a lengthy and rigorous review process. Their work is evaluated by panel educators, consultants, and artists from their own and other disciplines. The program is designed to encourage and ensure high quality, in depth, curriculum based, integrated arts programs in Massachusetts schools.
  •                 The Creative Teaching Partners List connects schools, cultural groups and social service organizations with outstanding individual artists, arts groups and folklorists from across the state. Partners are qualified to conduct in-depth residencies, teacher professional development workshops, school and district planning projects, and youth development programs.
  •                 All Partners are conversant in child development, state curriculum frameworks and assessment, and have extensive experience in schools and/or in after-school settings. They maintain active professional careers both in their disciplines and in their educational work, and possess a significant work history. They also have a commitment to participation in ongoing professional development to enhance artistic and pedagogical skills.