You’re likely sick of platforms like Zoom by now, if you’ve had to use it a lot during the COVID crisis. Yet online learning does not have to be boring.

While I do use Zoom for online courses and workshops, I do not treat you as a passive learner nor do I pack too many people into a single teaching session. I am also exploring ways to conduct workshops that do not rely (entirely) on Zoom.

For my classes, I assign activities that engage all of your senses, whether you have to stay at home or not (during COVID). I still believe strongly in getting you OFF your computer and into a greater awareness of the material world of your body and your senses.

And even during the COVID-19 outbreak, I am able to continue using my EPICA teaching approach. I am currently creating online/offline, interactive, media-rich projects (interventions) to enhance your learning.

Upcoming Workshops

  • Saturday, July 24, 2020 (10:45 am – Noon (EST): The Arts & Civic Engagement
    A free, live-streamed workshop! . Registration required. Sponsored by the Broward County Arts Division in partnership with ArtHive Magazine. Part of a “Business Skills for the Modern Creator” series.

“We live with one another on a rare life-sustaining planet as it makes a few dozen turns around its modest and finite star. The real news on this planet is love — why it exists, where it came from, and where it’s going. How love fares against hate and indifference is the only reliable measure of historical progress that we have.”

Gil Bailie
Planet Earth
Retrieved from NASA’s NSSDC Photo Gallery: