December 1, 2011
FOND DU LAC, Wis. — Marian University Expressive and Therapeutic Art students, in collaboration with the Windhover Center for the Arts, are exhibiting an art gallery entitled “Expressive Arts: Healing the Mind and Soul.”
The gallery features the work of four Expressive and Therapeutic Arts majors, including Lydia Sarge of Green Bay, Kris LaFave of Fond du Lac, Martina Haskins of Fond du Lac and Deanna Wargolet of Mukwonago.
The gallery exhibit was created as part of the Expressive Arts Service Learning course, where students have the opportunity to design and share a variety of service-learning expressive art projects that focus on the needs of the local community. The students planned and prepared the exhibit with the intent of creating a safe environment that supports the emotional, physical, spiritual and cultural development of gallery viewers.
The gallery is located at the Windhover Center and will be available for viewing through December 21.
For more information about the student gallery, contact Leah Klapperich, director of Expressive and Therapeutic Arts at Marian, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 920-923-8928.