May 2–June 7, 2008
Rebecca Bauer, Migdalia Caban, Adam Eldridge, Karen Freed, Heidi Haire, Scott Kakigi, Joshua Kemp, Sooin Kwon, Charlotte Miller, Jennifer O'Connell, Carissa Szarkowski, Alexis Treulieb, Nancy Wells-Georgia, and Tyler Wendt
Events are free, but space is limited—register to secure your spot.
The Visual and Performing Arts department (VaPA) offers a cross-disciplinary degree that encourages innovative collaboration between disciplines. This focus integrates art history, film studies, museum and gallery practice, music, theatre, and visual arts. Students will complete this degree with a primary concentration in one area and develop a comprehensive knowledge in each of the major disciplines. Through studio arts, performance, theory, scholarship, and creative uses of media and technology, students will engage in an investigative approach to the arts, where the local and global converge, where cross-fertilization inspires critical thinking, dialogue, improvisation, and where diversity of thought is intrinsic to artistic process and practice.