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June Residency 2016, a Time of Change

On June 16th I attended my first MFA residency at Lesley University College of Art and Design.

It is a low-residency program that allows students to work, live, and study in their home community and environment with 10 day residencies every 6 months until graduation. 4,787 more words

Art And Education

Welcome to Luce Arts!

This site is about art in my world and art in the world around you.

I live in Berkshire County Massachusetts, a mecca of cultural and Fine Arts venues such as Tanglewood, Barrington Stage  Company, The Clark Art Institute, The Colonial Theatre, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Jacobs Pillow, Mass MOCA, and many more. 173 more words

Art And Education

catching up on this week

Hi everyone,

So a quick post. Not sure if I wrote since the weekend/ Monday. This week has been good.

We got our haircuts on Tuesday I think it was. 454 more words

Mental Illness

why i came home

A little while ago, I posted about my decision to leave my Vermont college and return home. I’m happy to announce that this fall, I will be attending Lesley University right here in the Commonwealth. 465 more words

Writing

In My Zone

Have you ever zoned out on a telephone call? You could figure it out, if  you fell asleep, or you experienced an out-of-body experience and were transported to another galaxy in space or just across the way, where in those few seconds, you lived a mere 50 years as a queen, and had many excellent lovers, and you ate all you wanted without gaining weight, and your double twists, bantu knots, wash-n-go always turned out gorgeous. 673 more words

Carlow University

Danielle Legros Georges - Boston's Poet Laureate - brings her message to the Berkshires

BOSTON POET LAUREATE TO GIVE TWO PRESENTATIONS AT MCLA

North Adams,MA — It’s a rare opportunity to hear from one of the great poets of our time,  Boston’s Poet Laureate, Danielle Legros Georges, a professor at Lesley University, at two readings on Wednesday, Feb. 595 more words

Literature

Suffolk trustees botch the job

Suffolk University board members should be ashamed of  themselves. They are passing up the chance to put the school back on the map as a proud and storied urban university and a meaningful player in greater Boston’s civic life. 642 more words

Politics