Transforming Space

Transforming Space, an elective class taught by MPS Art Therapy Department Chair Deborah Farber, is a mini-course designed to offer a deeper understanding of material and method used in art therapy by focusing on long-term projects and non-traditional materials. Unique media interventions including experimentation with dyeing, scale, embellishing, and use of regressive and natural materials are utilized to foster active engagement through exploration of innovative visual narratives.

This class was taught this semester for the first time to MPS Art Therapy students.

Projects were offered that combined diverse modalities such as poetry and building, theater and art, life narratives expressed through creation of objects, and investigating processes of dyeing and painting with found objects.

This non-credit elective class is offered to both first-year and second-year students.

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