November 9, 2019
ART EXHIBITION – SEPTEMBER 23-NOVEMBER 15
Dawn Ertl, Gisela Insuaste, and Coe Lapossy
William Blizard Gallery
Through materials, we make ideas tangible. Themes such as memory, inheritance, trauma, myth, romantic love, queer narrative, and cultural history are embodied in the material explorations by the artists in this exhibit.
Gallery closing reception for artists and the public: Thursday, November 7
The Springfield College Department of Visual and Performing Arts and the Digital, Web, and Multimedia Design Program will host a free Game Lab and Career in the Arts Day Workshop on Saturday, Nov. 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., inside Blake Hall. The program is designed for high school students who have an interest in becoming a game designer or working in the arts.
The workshop will introduce individuals to video game design experts, and allow guests the opportunity to experience the field first-hand. Attendees will also have the opportunity to be a part of a panel discussion with industry experts who will discuss career options in game design, digital design, art teacher, art therapist, and community art coordinator.
The event will include a panel of industry experts representing multiple careers in the arts including: Co-Founder of Pioneer Valley Game Developers Pat King, Designer for Interactive Media Creath Carter, City of Easthampton Arts Coordinator Pasqualina Azzarello, Trauma Informed Care Clinic Art Therapist Alicia Shibley, and Multimedia Artist and Art Educator Michelle Shibley.
For more information about the day, check out springfield.edu/artcareers.
If you have a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact Kellie Murphy at (413) 748-3930 to discuss your accessibility needs. Springfield College is a smoke-and-tobacco-free environment.