Alice Incorvia graduated from The University of Akron with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design. Upon graduation, she worked as a merchandise display photographer, keyline artist, graphic designer and a print production manager in the advertising industry.
She is the recipient of many awards for her packaging and print designs including a Citation of Excellence and “Addy’s” from the American Advertising Federation and a Gold Medal award from Neenah Paper Company. After spending over 15 years (4 of which were running her own graphic design and calligraphy business) in the fields of advertising, design and calligraphy, Alice began teaching art for the City of Akron Recreation Bureau at Forest Lodge Community Center. There she taught art and crafts after school to St. Sebastian children until classes were moved to the newly-built Northwest Family Recreation Center in 2002.
She is currently the arts and craft specialist at Northwest Family Recreation Center where she has shared her love of art, art history and craft with children, adults and older adults from all over the city. For the past 10 years, Alice has also prepared students in the drawing and art audition process for acceptance into Miller South School for the visual and performing arts. She has taught art camp at St. Sebastian’s for the past 3 summers. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, biking, scrapbooking, photography and travel.
Alice has been a St. Sebastian parishioner since 1985 and has sent her three daughters to St. Sebastian Parish School