We have entered the cycle of Spring and this may be a wonderful time to ask yourself, What in my life is arising, growing, and moving toward expression? On a program level the energy of new beginnings and expansion is reflected in our welcome of Masters in Transformative Arts spring students Kathy Gaschk and Jena Shellito and faculty Alisa Golden who will be teaching the course Writing and the Creative Process.
Spring Exhibition schedule:
MFA Debby Miller, March 24-April 20 with an artist talk April 15, 4-5pm
MFA T.C .Moore, April 28-May 18 with an artist talk May 12, 4-5pm
2012 Graduate exhibition, May 29-June 16, reception 7-8pm and ceremony 8pm
Program News: We recently received a grant from The Society for the Arts in Healthcare for consulting hours focused on accessing the viability of an Arts in Healthcare certificate in addition to the degree program.
Summer session: There will be a four week break between the end of the Spring quarter and the beginning of the summer quarter. The summer session is nine weeks long and runs from July 16-September 15, 2012.
Summer class preview (partial list):
A&C 5670 Group Studio practice: Art and the Environment, 3 units, Judi Pettite, Mondays 4:30
A&C 5670 Group Studio practice: Process Painting, 2 units, Margaret Lindsey, Tuesdays, 4:30
(studio classes are repeatable for credit)
A&C5200 Transformative Arts Education: Faces of the Soul: Mask Making, 3 units, Kaleo Ching (this will be a prerequisite to the Teaching Mask Making course in fall), July 21/22 & 28/29
A&C5255 Transformative Arts Seminar, 3 units, Date: TBD, faculty: TBD
If you are interested in working within the healthcare field as an artist and educator you may wish to explore this resource: The Arts in Healthcare Summer Intensive at the University of Florid.