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Undergraduate News & Achievements - Fall 2014

Welcome to the Fall 2014 installment of our Undergraduate Program (UGP) Community News & Achievements, highlighting updates about UGP students, alumni, and faculty in our BA in Sustainability (BAS), BA in Health Arts & Sciences (BA HAS), and Individualized Bachelor of Arts (IBA) degree tracks. 

I’m always inspired by what our community is up to and trust you will be, too. Please share widely!

Warmly,

Magical Evening at Cabaret

Mon, 2013-02-04 02:39 -- Anonymous (not verified)

 

Born from the inspiration of the INTERsections exhibit, Cabaret for the fall semester of 2012 was the manifestation of collaborative efforts between students and faculty, to showcase the immense talent and passion of Goddard students, in a harmoniously concise format. 

Mahogany Browne introduced the concept of the juke joint format, with several stages, throughout the theatre. 

Alumna Lynne Vanderpot on Jung and Expressive Arts in Psychology and Counseling

Fri, 2013-01-18 13:22 -- Anonymous (not verified)

I assume that many new MA in Psychology & Counseling students at Goddard can relate to the discomfort I experienced at first residency at being initiated into the process of, well, learning how to trust the process. To be perfectly authentic, I showed up on day one looking for much more explicit direction, and much less freedom to choose. Hey, what can I say, I was a friggin’ G1 newbie! Don’t judge.

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September and October 2014 Achievements

Faculty

Deborah Brevoort will be a visiting guest artist at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY and Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan in conjunction with their productions of her play The Women of Lockerbie. In other news, Deborah was elected to the Board of the National Theatre Conference at their annual meeting in NYC.

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Multimodal Expressive Arts Seminars

 

At the fall 2014 residency, we explored Deborah Koff-Chapin’s practice, Touch Drawing.  We improvised and repurposed available surfaces (cafeteria trays, and cardboard covered with sheets of adhesive vinyl) as well as sheets of plexiglass. The surfaces were coated with oil paint, covered with newsprint and then we drew – from the unconscious using our hands and fingers.

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The Mediocre Meditator: A Tale of Two Experiences

A friend and I went to a Meditation Workshop for Beginners. This was some time ago.  The workshop started at ten in the morning and ended at four. It consisted of  alternating periods of sitting or walking meditation, and then talks by the guiding teacher, followed by questions and answers.  

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