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04/15/14, 6:00 PM (Shields Center for Visual Arts, VAC 135)Ron J Cala II, Creative Director at CMYK Magazine, is a Designer/Illustrator who has had his work featured in numerous publications and received many awards. Join Ron as he speaks about his work and career as part of this semester's "CONNECT: The Business of Design and Illustration Speaker Series." For more information about the CONNECT series, visit http://www.marywood.edu/art/news-events/connect.html
04/11/14, 8:30 AM (LaTour Conference Room, Nazareth Student Center, Marywood University)Art Therapy with Students at Risk: Fostering Resilience and Growth Through Creative Self-Expression. Friday, April 11, 2014 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Presenter: Stella A. Stepney, M.S., ATR-BC, LCAT. This symposium will focus on fostering resilience and growth through self-expression with diverse at-risk student populations. Through a combination of lecture, art making, and discussion, participants will gain an understanding of the “four worlds of childhood,” associated risk/protective factors, and the rationale for using art expression to foster resilience in this population. For more information, contact Dr. Barbara Parker-Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org
04/3/14, 8:30 AM$25. Sign up with Sherry Rojek, art office. Sign up now, space fills quickly.
03/28/14, 9:00 AM (Latour Conference Room)What is STRETCH? A chance to take a break, stretch your mind, be entertained and inspired by award-winning designers and illustrators. Continuing Education Credits Art Educators – This program is approved for five (5) ACT 48 professional development hours for educators. Visit mu-art.org/stretch for more details and how to register.
03/25/14, 3:30 PM (Media 160)CORA COHEN is a visual artist known for works that draw on contemporary urban and philosophical sources. Her current paintings are based on seemingly contradictory ways of seeing and painting. Mark making as figuration is followed by acts of erasure. Discernible imagery gives way to uncertainty, waywardness, and displacement. Join her for a talk about her work at Marywood University in the Media Center 160, Learning Resource Center, free admission. For further information, please visit our Gallery page.
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