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Ms. Sandi Saville
|Teaching Interests:||Legal Issues in the Arts|
Ms. Saville grew up in Cumberland where she graduated from Fort Hill High School, West Virginia University and obtained a law degree from Georgetown University. She and her husband moved to Alaska where they raised two children. Sandi moved back to our community after being a trial lawyer in private practice in Alaska for 28 years. While in Alaska, Sandi was active in the arts, serving as Chair of the Alaska State Council on the Arts, President of the Alaska Festival of Music, and board member of the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts. More recently, she spent two years living in Manhattan where she studied photography at the International Center for Photography.
Since returning to Cumberland in 2003 she has been an active volunteer and serves on the Foundation Boards of the Western Maryland Health System and Frostburg State University where she is assistant treasurer. She is currently President of the Allegany Arts Council and a member of Cumberland’s Downtown Development Commission serving as Chair of the newly formed City Market Study Group. She also serves as a member of the Visual Arts grants panel for the Maryland State Arts Council and is past Treasurer of Evergreen Heritage Foundation.
Sandi is an active member of the Maryland State Bar Association and donates hours of legal services to non-profits in the Allegany County vicinity. She has been teaching an IDIS 350 course entitled Legal Issues in the Arts as an adjunct professor at Frostburg State University since Spring semester of 2009.