The Department of Art Education invites you to attend Origins, an exhibition hosted by second-year students from the Art Therapy Masters Program! The event will take place on May 1st from 6:oopm to 8:00pm on the WJB 4th floor.
During this spring semester, second year art therapy graduate students were enrolled in a course named “Studio Art & Self-Care Concepts,” which focused on studio art practice, self-care concepts, and exhibition related to art therapy. Providing the opportunity for students to further develop studio art skills while engaging in the creative work as a means for self-development and care, the class included formulation of individualized studio goals, art making, and self-evaluation processes. Additionally, students learned the value of exhibit participation for themselves and clients by collaboratively planning and implementing a class art exhibit.