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      Upcoming Events:


      September 7th, 6-7pm, initial U-EartH meeting in PH 302 A/B… come learn about our campus student service organization and see what rewarding projects will be going on this year.

 

     September 9th, 9:30-11:30, Art Therapy Department Meet and Greet will be held in PH 302 A/B… come enjoy a light breakfast, get your morning creative juices flowing, meet fellow AT majors, and hear the latest department news!  Flyer is attached.  No RSVP needed~ just come!

 

     September 16th, 5-9pm, Teachable Moments, the faculty and staff art exhibit opening reception at the Wasmer Gallery.  Free and open to the public.  No RSVP needed.

 

     September 17th, 7-10pm, Counseling and Art Therapy Department’s 30th Anniversary Celebration and Retirement Party for our foundress, Sr. Kathleen Burke.  Come mingle with local art therapists, current grad students, and enjoy refreshments and a DJ dance party in the PH 3rd floor atrium!  RSVP is REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT.  Contact Pat Janosko, CAT department admin. assistant at pjanosko@ursuline.edu .  The undergrads will be involved in creating some fun decorations for this event…see more info in a forthcoming email from me about upcoming volunteer opportunities!

 

     September 23rd, from 7-10 pm, The Art Therapy Studio ArtLoan Benefit, a fundraiser for one of our community partners held at the Shaker Heights Country Club.  This event is free for student volunteers and a great way to meet local professionals and help a wonderful cause near and dear to our hearts.  More details about volunteering for this event coming soon!  Learn more about the event here:  http://www.arttherapystudio.org/new/

 

     September 30th- October 1st, Buckeye Art Therapy Association Symposium will be held at the Embassy Suites Hotel Columbus.  This is a 2 day annual regional conference and is a great way to network with other AT majors at other colleges as well as learn about the latest trends in the profession through many hands-on workshops.  Student rates are low and volunteer opportunities are