The Creative Arts Therapy Department of Nazareth College inRochester, NY invites applications for a Visiting AssistantProfessor in Art Therapy to begin August 2021. The department seekscandidates committed to teaching excellence at a comprehensiveinstitution that supports both liberal arts curricula andprofessional programs. Applicants who will contribute to thecollege’s commitment to a diverse and inclusive environment areencouraged to apply.The position involves teaching and service. The teaching is inthe graduate art therapy program, which is a 60-credit hour programculminating in a master’s degree in creative arts therapy thatmeets education requirements for the New York Licensed CreativeArts Therapist (LCAT) and the ATR/ATR-BC.Required Education: A Doctorate in Art Therapy or related field(will consider ABD).Required knowledge, skills, abilities: ATR-BC, at least 3 yearsof full-time art therapy experience.Preferred qualifications: LCAT or LCAT eligible and ability todemonstrate strong college teaching experience including but notlimited to Art Therapy Theories and Practice, Methods andMaterials, Group Art Therapy, Art Therapy Assessment, Art TherapyInternship, Psychopathology, Legal and Ethical Issues, and HumanDevelopment.Theoretical knowledge such as but not limited to trauma informedcare, the Expressive Therapies Continuum, media dimensionvariables, and diversity, inclusion, and social justice in arttherapy.A commitment to interprofessional research, teaching, andcollaboration is strongly encouraged.Nazareth College, an independent, comprehensive institution with2300 undergraduate and 700 graduate students, prepares itsgraduates to serve local and global communities through a widerange of liberal arts and professional programs. Nazareth seeks tohire teacher-scholars with a demonstrated commitment to teachingexcellence, student success, and civic engagement, and anunderstanding of the educational benefits and importance ofdiversity, equity and inclusion as articulated in our DiversityStatement. The college is located minutes from downtown Rochester,New York, a city noted for its rich arts and cultural community andits international businesses and industry. Applications fromcandidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged. EOE
View Comments Greta Gerwig & Oscar Isaac(Photo: Emilio Madrid for Broadway.com & Getty Images) New York Theatre Workshop has announced that as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, the off-Broadway theater company will not return to public programming in the 2019-2020 season. This includes Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok’s previously announced Sanctuary City, which began previews on March 4 and suspended performances prior to opening. In addition, the eagerly anticipated revival of Three Sisters, starring Greta Gerwig and Oscar Isaac and directed by Sam Gold, will no longer run as previously scheduled from May 13 to July 12. Future production details will be announced at a later date.The season was also slated to include Liza Birkenmeier’s Islander, directed by Katie Brook, from March 27 through April 11, Raquel Almazán’s La Paloma Prisoner, directed by Estefanía Fadul, from April 19 through May 9, and Raisins Not Virgins by Sharbari Zohra Ahmed and directed by Arpita Mukherjee from June 4 through June 18.“We are heartbroken to have to end our season prematurely. These productions and residencies along with readings and workshops we were meant to be producing represent important collaborations with theater-makers we deeply value,” said Artistic Director James C. Nicola and Managing Director Jeremy Blocker in a statement. “We look forward to being back in a room with them, and with our audiences, when it is safe for us to do so.”In addition, NYTW will not travel out of town with artists for the two summer residencies at Adelphi University and Dartmouth College.
Related Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico © 2017 WARNER BROS. ENT. INC., VILLAGE ROADSHOW FILMS NORTH AMERICA INC. AND RATPAC-DUNE ENT. LLC(LOS ANGELES) — Here’s a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:* King Arthur: Legend of the Sword — Guy Ritchie directed this action adventure starring Charlie Hunnam as Arthur, heir to his late father’s throne, before having it wrestled away by his power-hungry uncle. After pulling the sword from the stone, he is forced to fulfill his true legacy — like it or not. Jude Law also stars. Rated PG-13.* Snatched — Trainwreck‘s Amy Schumer stars as a young woman who, after getting dumped by her boyfriend on the eve of their exotic vacation, convinces her overly cautious mother — played by Goldie Hawn — to accompany her on an exotic getaway that goes horribly wrong. Rated R.Opening Friday limited release:* Lowriders — East Los High‘s Gabriel Chavarria plays an East L.A. graffiti artist caught between his father’s obsession with lowrider car culture, his ex-felon brother and his need for self-expression. Eva Longoria and Melissa Benoist also star. Rated PG-13.* Paris Can Wait — Diane Lane plays the wife of a successful, but inattentive movie producer — played by Alec Baldwin — who finds herself on a car ride to Paris with her husband’s business associate — portrayed by Arnaud Viard. What should be a seven-hour drive turns into a two-day adventure, full of food romance and sightseeing, during which she develops a new lust for life. Rated PG.* The Wall — John Cena and Avengers: Age of Ultron‘s Aaron Taylor-Johnson play a pair of American soldiers trapped by a sniper, with only a crumbling wall between them. Rated R.