News and Events
Learn more about upcoming info sessions, open studios, and discussions related to the field of art therapy and the program at Lewis & Clark.
Sneak peek! Take an inside look at the expanding Community Counseling Center.
The three inaugural awards were given in the following categories: Commitment to Equity & Access; Liberatory Community Engagement; and Art Therapy Research.
Graduate School Art Therapy instructor and film director, BA Short, says the documentary challenges the notion of beauty and what it means to be beautiful, and centers on the lived experience of adults who live with disabilities.
Check out the work of ART327: Useful Art in the Watzek Library! Now through mid-December.A new collaborative art installation is on display at the entrance to Rogers Hall on the graduate campus.Art therapists will be present at the event on Sunday, May 1, 2022 to facilitate the process as we set our hearts and wishes in motion by creating art inspired by Ukrainian traditions. All art supplies will be provided and interpreters will be available.
Don’t Blink showcases 13 art projects that are the product of the hard work and commitment of the art department’s 2022 graduating class.Browse the online galleries from art therapy’s graduating class of 2021.Organizations include Randall Children’s Hospital, where art therapy students earn many internship hours.
Art therapists see the difference in people when they express themselves with artSpearheaded and championed by Professor Mary Andrus, new legislation signed into law by Oregon Governor Kate Brown (JD ’85) earlier this year will create new licensure requirements and protections for art therapists practicing in Oregon.Watzek Library is proud to display a temporary exhibit by Art Therapy graduate student Kat Scarim entitled Youth Shackled.Information regarding ordering photos, as well as a link to view the recording of the ceremony, are now available.February 4 – March 14, York Commons