One of the most puzzling and unwelcome tasks faced by artists is crafting an effective artist's statement. Join co-hosts Carolyn Edlund and Karl Schmitz for a discussion of approaches to creating a statement that does justice to you and your work. Feel free to bring your own ideas and experiences to share with the roundtable attendees. This is intended to be a group discussion. Let's learn from one another.
Featuring Gender in the Balance artist Dylan Staniszewski, and special guest speaker Wahabah Hafsa al Mu'id, PhD, aka Professor Wham -- a local scholar in the areas of popular culture, the history of American religions, and gender studies, as well as an instructor at DCC, Marist and the CIA, leading courses on the history and sociology of religion and women in American religious movements. We hope you will join us on Saturday to gain more insight on Gender in the Balance, meet and mingle with the artists, and enjoy a reception following the Talks.
Dreams, Art & Religion Presented by Jim Bennett
1) Presenting information abut dreamsn & science, art & religion
2) Creating monotype pictures of our dreams - hands on, guided activity
3) Discussing our dreams and our pictures
NOTE: Limited to 12 participants
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
For more information about Jum Bennett & his art: http://bennecelli.com/