Arts Positive: Local Action/Global Impact

Feb 21 event flyer 
Participants also can enjoy these activities: 
Arts Vendors and Art Making – Conference Center
  • Empty Bowls Project: Create a design on a clay plate and purchase a finished plate. Donation goes to the Puerto Rico Fund. Lynda Sommers, Assistant Professor of Visual Arts, Alverno College, and Art & Cultures Gallery Staff
  • Justice Journals: Create small paper books; finished books are available for purchase. Donation goes to the Puerto Rico Fund.  Dara Larson, Professor of Visual Arts, Alverno College, and Aesthetic Engagement Committee, Dominican High School and Catholic Memorial High School
  • ZINE making- Maker Space: Create a zine (as in small magazine). Facilitated by alumnae Celeste Contreras, ’18 from the Milwaukee Public Library

88.9 Radio Milwaukee: The Listening Project is a one-minute audio experience that introduces attendees to one minute of music or one minute of an audio story that will brighten their day and introduce them to something new. 

Interactive Arts Events
  • Life Skills through Stage Skills, Thomas Reed, Conference Center
  • Building Community through Voice Chanting, Leslie Henry, Assistant Professor of Music, Alverno College, and Becky Engen, Graduate Director of Music Therapy, Alverno College, RC112
 Interactive Opportunities and Arts Information
  • Participating Organizations and Student Groups – Rotunda
  • Alverno Art Therapy Field Placement Students, Kelly Henckel, Visiting Assistant Professor of Visual Arts with students: Ashely Carlos, Jessica Schiller and Mary Schmidt
  • Alverno Music Therapy Student Organization
  • Expressive Arts Seminar Research and Resources, Linda Johnson-Dynek, Assistant Professor of Visual Arts, Alverno College, and students: True Anderson, Michelle Brunn, Ashely Carlos, Erica Ivins, Gloria Martinez, Bianca Miranda, Jessica Schiller, Mary Schmidt and Jazlyn Teat
  • RedLine Milwaukee, Artists-in-Residence Tara Monnink, ‘13, Blanche Brown and William Hurst
  • Vineyard Art, art for vulnerable populations, Roxane Mayeur, ‘95