Jaclyn Bousquet: Member of ChinaVine.org Research Team
This past May, UM Department of Art (BA Art Education, 2011) alumna, Jaclyn Bousquet, traveled to Beijing and the Dali area ofYunnan Province in China with Professor Laurie Hicks and members of the ChinaVine.org research team to document Rao San Ling, a “rite of spring” festival celebrated by the Bai, one of China’s many ethnic groups.
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After an eight year adventure in Portland, Oregon as a Special Education teacher, Meg Gibson finds herself right back where she started; running the art program at Gardiner Area High School, her alma mater. Now six years at GAHS, that tie spent traveling and experiencing alternative education settings offers her kids a fresh look at the concepts of community and global citizenship.
Having just completed his BFA in Sculpture, Matthew is now working as the sculpture technician for the Department of Art. He is also continuing to make and exhibit his sculpture. Matthew approaches each of his pieces as a type of self-portrait and reflection of personal experience.
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