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"Temporary Home:" A Residency Performance by MFAIA student, Misha Penton

Using one of the abandoned military bunkers on the bluffs of Fort Worden State Park, Misha Penton (MFAIA '13) created a site-specific performance during the fall 2012 residency for the MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts program at our Port Townsend, Washington site.  Watch the beautiful video below.

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Meets the Buddha

            At the end of my self-compassion workshop this semester in the Psychology & Counseling Program I overheard a student saying, "I'm so glad to hear I could just meditate for ten minutes. I always thought it had to be a whole long thing."  This blog is for those who thought they could never meditate, like this student, like me, and for those who already have a meditation or yoga-meditation practice.

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Fall 2012 Achievements

The faculty, alumni and students of the Goddard College MFAW program are enjoying great success in the publishing, literary and theatrical worlds. Here are their recent accomplishments.

 

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Audio versions of two of Rachel Pollack’s novels “Temporary Agency” and “Godmother Night” will be produced by Audible Books.  Rachel also gave a reading at the Namaste Bookshop in New York City of her new book, The New Tarot Handbook.

 

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Program Director Paul Selig's October 2012 Events and Appearances

New interview on the cable show Waking Universe:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I will be on a new episode of the BIO channel's "The uneXplained" this Saturday, Oct. 6th at 10:00 PM ET/9:00c.  The episode will be available after it premieres at: http://www.biography.com/tv/the-unexplained

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MFAIA Alumnus Creates Financial Resource Guide for Artists

Congratualtions to E. Larson Gunness (MFAIA '10) on his recently published, highly-accessible financial planning resource for artists and creative practitioners, Peace, Love, and Financial Planning: Financial Literacy for Right Brained People. The book grew out of Larson’s MFAIA practicum work, and his personal journey of connecting his life as a creative practitioner with his professional work as a financial planner.  

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