Ponder Installation Art as an Antidote to Our Pandemic Reactions

Ponder Installation Art as an Antidote to Our Pandemic Reactions

Karen Gross 02/09/2020 3
Ponder Installation Art as an Antidote to Our Pandemic Reactions

Whether the setting is schools or colleges or workplaces, we can use installation art initiatives as a way to enabling people to process what is occurring in our complex COVID world, now made more complex with racial tensions, economic uncertainty, elections and absence of stability across the globe.

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  • Leah Nicole

    Chill out everybody

  • Phil Cruz

    Maybe this new life will last

  • Tom Druggan

    I needed this information!!! Thank you so much

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Karen Gross

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Karen is an educator and an author. Prior to becoming a college president, she was a tenured law professor for two plus decades. Her academic areas of expertise include trauma, toxic stress, consumer finance, overindebtedness and asset building in low income communities. She currently serves as Senior Counsel at Finn Partners Company. From 2011 to 2013, She served (part and full time) as Senior Policy Advisor to the US Department of Education in Washington, DC. She was the Department's representative on the interagency task force charged with redesigning the transition assistance program for returning service members and their families. From 2006 to 2014, she was President of Southern Vermont College, a small, private, affordable, four-year college located in Bennington, VT. In Spring 2016, she was a visiting faculty member at Bennington College in VT. She also teaches part-time st Molly Stark Elementary School, also in Vt. She is also an Affiliate of the Penn Center for MSIs. She is the author of adult and children’s books, the most recent of which are titled Breakaway Learners (adult) and  Lucy’s Dragon Quest. Karen holds a bachelor degree in English and Spanish from Smith College and Juris Doctor degree (JD) in Law from Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law.

   

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