Paul Sutinen, director of art programs, will join local artists, critics and scholars for a discussion on Clement Greenberg's Avant-Garde and Kitsch at the Blackfish Gallery on April 19, 2014.
The current issue includes contributions from Marylhurst faculty
Dr. Justin Smith, student K. Danielle Oar and alumni Alexis Bron, Angela Hughey and Kazumi Yamaura. Marylhurst contributors received support from faculty member Maya Story.
This annual publication serves as a resource for music therapists working with children aged 0 to 5, as well as parents and associated professionals. With an emphasis on evidence-based practice, imagine showcases innovations in clinical practice, explores current research, suggests intervention ideas and provides a plethora of resources, all presented in an engaging multimedia format.
Dr. Petra Kern is a faculty member in the music therapy program at Marylhurst University. Her clinical and research focus is on young children with autism spectrum disordes, inclusion, and teacher and parent training.
Maya Story is the clinical coordinator for the music therapy program. Her area of expertise is in guided imagery and music.