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The 10th annual Power of Words conference — celebrating social and personal transformation through our spoken, written and sung words — brought together a large group of Goddard graduates as well as other writers, storytellers, musicians, artists, activists, educators and … Continue reading
Ellie Epp has retired from Goddard College after 12 years of service. We will miss her! Here is a tribute to Ellie by faculty member, James Sparrell — With Ellie as a member of the faculty I always had the … Continue reading
Health Arts & Sciences Grad Presentations: A Peace of Maine–Multi-generational Community Retreat Center, with HAS graduating student Jill Smith. The goal of this presentation is to share how I am developing a multi-generational community retreat center. The center will integrate … Continue reading
When I think of place, several thoughts and concepts come to mind. One is, place is a designated amount of space, earth, or a dwelling (noun). Another thought that comes to mind is to put some thing down or away … Continue reading
“This is a Desire Text” by Kyle Bella (Individualized MA) has just been published in the December 2012 issue of Bluestem Magazine. Check it out!
Grace Stanley (HAS-MA) outside Princeton Public Library. It is around 9:20 pm, 30 degrees And my fingers are cold. I am still uploading my ppt to google drive and prepare the full draft of my thesis that I have to … Continue reading
Thousands of people are still feeling the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The work toward recovery is just beginning. My thoughts and prayers go out to all those experiencing loss and displacement. Ruth Farmer
Check out the video of Ezra Berkley Nepon, MA student in Transformative Language Arts, featured in a previous post. She read with Dan Fishback Sept. 11 at the Arts Cafe in Philadelphia. Cosponsored by Creative Ventures and the Wexler Fund … Continue reading
IMA faculty member Ellie Epp has a new monograph about her work, including reviews, photographs, writing, film information, interviews, media, links and further resources. Please visit the monograph here.