Summer Artist / Educator Residency
Take your studio practice to the next level while accruing up to 40 PA Act 48-eligible professional development hours and 3 graduate-level credits!
2022 PROGRAM DETAILS
- Sunday, June 19, 2022 – Saturday, June 25, 2022
- Regular Tuition: $865 (Deadline: May 20, 2022)
- Earlybird Tuition: $765 (Deadline: December 15, 2021)
REFRESH. REFOCUS. RECONNECT.
KEY PROGRAM FEATURES:
- 40 PA Act 48 hours PLUS one year pass to Art Education conferences at Moore (10 additional Act 48 hours!)
- 3 Graduate-level college credits
- 24-hour access to dedicated studio space with natural lighting in Moore’s fine arts studios
- Invigorating speaker series and studio critiques with facilitators
- Learn more about our graduate programs and student scholarships
- Materials & Techniques demonstrations
- Get to know Philadelphia with field trips to our favorite arts and culture destinations
- Catered lunches & so much more!
- Discounted lodging and commuter options are available
Meet Our Keynote Speakers
Dr. Meagan Corrado
Meagan Corrado is a Doctor of Social Work and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. As the owner and founder of Storiez Trauma Narratives, she has authored 10 books and trained over 7,000 clinicians, community leaders, and trauma survivors across 22 innovative training programs. Dr. Meagan earned her Doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and her Masters of Social Services from Bryn Mawr College in 2009. She is an Assistant Professor at West Chester University's Master of Social Work program. She has instructed graduate-level social work students at Bryn Mawr College and the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Meagan completed training in modalities including Childhood Sexual Abuse Treatment, Trauma-Focused CBT, CBT, Prolonged Exposure Therapy, and Narrative Exposure Therapy. She specializes in work with trauma-exposed urban youth and takes a creative approach to her work. Her experience includes clinical work in a variety of settings including community mental health agencies, residential treatment facilities, hospitals, schools, and homes. She has supported systems in implementing trauma-informed practices, working with the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Homeless Services, the Philadelphia Police Department, Philadelphia's Department of Human Services, and the American Institutes for Research.
Candy Alexandra González (they/them) is a Little Havana-born and raised, NYC and Philadelphia-based, multidisciplinary visual artist, poet, activist and trauma-informed art educator. Candy received their MFA in Book Arts + Printmaking from the University of the Arts in 2017. Since graduating, they have been a 40th Street Artist-in-Residence in West Philadelphia, a West Bay View Fellow at Dieu Donné in Brooklyn, NY, Leeway Art and Change Grant Recipient and the 2021 Linda Lee Alter Fellow for the DaVinci Art Alliance. Candy is currently an Art + Art Education doctoral student at Teachers College, Columbia University. They are a graduate of the Bartol Foundation’s training in Trauma-Informed Practice for Teaching Artists and Trauma-Informed Teaching Artist Practices and Identity. They are also certified as a Trauma-Competent Professional through the Lakeside Global Institute.
Mary Lynn Patterson, MA, BC-DMT
Hailing from Wisconsin, Mary Lynn Patterson, MA, BC-DMT holds an MA in Dance/Movement Therapy & Counseling from Drexel University and a B.F.A. in Dance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a board-certified dance/movement therapist currently serving the inpatient psychiatric population in Philadelphia. Mary is adjunct faculty at Drexel University in the Creative Arts Therapy Department and a former member of Philadanco!-The Philadelphia Dance Company. Mary holds many identities including therapist, educator, artist, dancer, and mentor. She currently calls New Jersey home while holding the Midwest near and dear to her heart.
- Requirement of COVID-19 vaccination
- Masks required
- Distanced classroom and studio setups
- Ample sanitizing spaces across campus
Moore reserves the right to withdraw courses, alter its curriculum, change instructors or modify tuition. Portions of this publication are subject to change without notice. Courses not meeting minimum enrollment are canceled. All attempts are made to notify registered students before the start of the course and all course fees are refunded within 2-4 weeks.
Moore is a Pennsylvania Act 48 Approved Provider and all credit courses offered by the College satisfy Act 48 regulations. To request a course be reported to the PA Dept. of Education, check the Act 48 box on the registration form.
Written notification of withdrawal must be submitted to the Continuing Education Department by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. No refunds are to be given to participants asked to leave SAER for violations of policies or regulations. Program costs are refunded according to the following schedule:
Withdrawal prior to May 20: 100% minus nonrefundable $55 enrollment fee
Withdrawal prior to June 3: 70% minus nonrefundable $55 enrollment fee
Withdrawal after June 3: no refund
Please allow 4-6 weeks for the processing of refunds