- The Enterprise
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Sheila Draper has been named the executive director of the Indian Head Center for the Arts.
Draper, who holds a master’s of arts from George Washington University, has had a career in education serving in positions at the local, state and national levels.
Additionally, she directed a federally funded program for the nonprofit National Association of State Directors of Special Education, which was designed to foster collaboration among state departments of education and colleges and universities in the area of special education.
Additionally, Draper, a resident of Charles County since 1965, has had experience in the performing arts acting, directing and producing for theaters in Charles and Prince George’s counties, Baltimore and Wilmington, N.C.
Having performed at IHCA’s Black Box Theatre, Draper looks forward to the opportunity to enhance existing programs and create new ones in the arts for children, youth and adults.
The Indian Head Center for the Arts at the Black Box Theatre has been in its current location on Indian Head Highway for years and is currently undergoing renovations, which will double the existing space for programs.
Go to www.indianheadblackbox.org.