Allison Sabrie Dozet | Custom Portfolio

Non-profit, educational, and creative work

Volunteer Teaching Artist - Graphic Design | Inner-City Arts

Inner-City Arts, one of the nation's most effective arts education providers, is an oasis of learning, achievement and creativity in the heart of Skid Row. As a volunteer teaching artist with the Art Institute Graphic Design Courses, I've had the privilege of collaboratively teaching a variety of empowering creative projects. Students are encouraged to be free and experimental while learning Adobe software basics and strong foundational principles to guide their digital work. Students bring their ideas to life using their hands and digital tools to create bold, playful, and fun designs that share their voices and stories! 


Art Instructor | Balance Studios 

Balance was founded with the mission of increasing awareness and confidence in children through art, yoga, and play. As an instructor at Balance I maintained agility in curriculum development and implementation - teaching the following courses: 

  • Drawing I
  • Drawing II
  • Textile & Fabric Design
  • Print Making - Fundamentals
  • Holiday Clay Workshop
  • Design & Branding - GirlScouts Badge
  • Birthday Workshops - Painting, Print Making, Roadster Robotics

Film Program Coordinator | Mark Making

Mark Making uses art to transform communities and empower individuals; spearheading a summer grant project, I coordinated and produced a 6-week program for Mark Making called Magic Markers. Program participants were granted soft-skill work preparedness coaching and hard-skill creative film-making guidance. Each video was written, directed, produced, and edited by Chattanooga teens, ages 14-18. Through the guidance of professional filmmakers, teens were able to complete the short films within a ten-day time period.

Chattanooga Times Free Press Article

"Stop The Violence Chattanooga" is an original music video written and created by teens from Chattanooga, TN in resonance with the "Stop The Violence" movement. Special thanks to Yusuf Hakeem, Chattanooga District 9 City Councilman for speaking out about stopping the violence and supporting the youth in our city.

“Without A Home” is a poetic visual essay reflecting on the condition of homelessness through the eyes of a veteran. Written and directed by 14-year-old Kae’ Lani Cooley, “Without A Home” conveys empathy for every person's story and encourages viewers to withhold from making preemptive judgments about the state of an individual living with homelessness.

“The Voice That Saved My Life” is a narrative short film portraying a story of a young teen in an abusive situation. Written and directed by 14-year-old Detrell Clemons, “The Voice That Saved My Life” is based on a true story and encourages viewers to be a positive voice in the lives of young people around them.


Personal Work Projects | AllisonSabrie

Curated Content

"You're My Friend" is a curated collection of blind drawings executed by distinct partnered-individuals between 2013-2018. Artists are encouraged to experience freedom of expression through blind execution. Work cont. in progress. 


Mixed Media - Fine Art & Digital Composition | See Additional Work

Portrait & Documentary Photography | See Additional Work