Expressive Path provides tours, lectures, and hands-on learning experiences. Expressive Path supports further education through shadowing and scholarships.
Our Mentors conduct art and music workshops in schools, centers, nonprofits, and at the Montgomery County Youth Center. Through our Tools for Success component, students can earn instruments or art supplies by meeting basic goals while practicing their craft
Our students showcase their talents in the community through performance and exhibition. Our yearly theme results in an art exhibition featuring more than 100 pieces of artwork.
Expressive Path uses a virtual education platform to ensure we reach as many students as possible. This is a component that we plan to keep even after schools and businesses return to standard operations.
Current Workshops: Anime Drawing, Bass Guitar, Drama, Drawing, Drums, Guitar, HipHop, Modern Dance, Latin Dance, Music Appreciation, Music Production, Painting, Piano, Photography, Poetry, Playwriting, and Voice
In 2021, Expressive Path launched a 2-week summer arts program in Norristown, PA. We provide Drama, Visual Arts, Dance, and Music workshops, breakfast and lunch, and a safe place to meet like-minded peers.
Expressive Path partners with Montgomery County's Juvenile Probation Office to provide a place for teens to earn community service hours.
We also offer community service hours for scholars looking to advance their academic achievement.
Expressive Path teaches skills that can be used in the workplace. Expressive Path inspires these students to make posiitve change and help others.
Pamela Martin was born in Blue Bell, PA. At an early age, Pamela learned that her niche was art as she was the happiest when she was problem solving and creating something new.
Pamela’s interest in art resulted in a bachelor’s degree from Tyler School of Art. Shortly after she graduated from Tyler, she moved to the Norristown area when her son was born. While Pamela’s son was young, she received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Arcadia University. She began a career as a social worker and was employed for 20 years by Montgomery County where she helped many teens who were abused and neglected, had no positive outlet, and nowhere to go for help.
With the support of her family and friends, Pamela combined her love of arts, and interest in helping teens together to form Expressive Path to make a difference in her community.