Ted Meyer and Dr. Shelley Cohen Konrad: Art, Medicine, and Social Change

“I have not the slightest idea from where they come from,” reflects Ted Meyer about his most recent collection of paintings, created amidst the COVID10 pandemic.  The paintings are vibrant and whimsical. They include expansive pink desert landscapes and bright blue swirling skies through which fantastical horned creatures and lovers seem to buoy across.    … Continue reading Ted Meyer and Dr. Shelley Cohen Konrad: Art, Medicine, and Social Change

Art and Social Work: MSW alumna collaborates on comic to chronicle real lives of Mainers on the street

If you follow our blog, you're likely already familiar with MSW alumni Katy Finch '18. Katy was featured on our Blog back in May 2019 in our post, How to Use Art in Social Work Practice. She not only came through our program as an Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate student, but she then … Continue reading Art and Social Work: MSW alumna collaborates on comic to chronicle real lives of Mainers on the street