Annie Latzke (Goodsill) is an artist and teacher living in the Bay Area. Originally from El Cerrito, Annie headed north for college to attend Lewis & Clark, a small liberal arts college where she graduated with a degree in Fine Art in 2006. After graduating, she returned to her Bay Area roots to pursue a career in art education, going on to obtain a single subject teaching credential in art from the Bay Area Teachers Center via San Francisco State University.
For the past nine years, Annie has been involved in teaching art at a wide swath of schools throughout the East Bay, heading back and forth between El Cerrito and Oakland for the bulk of her lessons. Annie’s classes have been taught through the City of El Cerrito at Madera and Harding Elementary Schools, through the City of Oakland at Studio One Art Center, Prospect Sierra school, Crestmont Co-op, and Emerson Elementary School In Oakland.
Along with her after school offerings Annie spends her days as the visual art teacher at Madera Elementary School where she has created an art program, this year serving all 500+ students!