Taking Arts Outside The Classroom

Taking Arts Outside The Classroom


Desi Gonzalez 10C, an art history and linguistics co-major, talks about her involvement in Emorys Stipe Society for Creative Scholars, an organization for student artists across all fields. The John H. Gordon STIPE Society for Creative Scholars was founded to foster creativity and original scholarship among Emory College students and to encourage greater communication between undergraduates and their faculty. It is comprised of students who excel in arts of all disciplines and organizes Arts Week in the spring. STIPE also produces Apogee, an interdisciplinary journal, organizes the semi-annual Arts Soiree (featuring faculty, administration and arts staff, and student artists), and sponsors many other events that change each year. Selection to the society is based upon a minimum GPA of 2.7, good standing within the College, and clear evidence of interest and ability in the field of original scholarship and creative intellectual activities. Admission to the society is accompanied by a $1,000 scholarship. A student can be admitted any year. For more information on Emorys creative campus, see https://blogs.emory.edu/creativity/

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