Research Study Artmaking Group Workshop

January 31, 2020 1 – 2:30 p.m.

  • Smyth Room 200
  • Open to Current Nazareth's students, faculty, and staff
  • Attendance is Free

A graduate student researcher from the Nazareth College Creative Arts Therapy Master’s Program is gathering participants for a study investigating identity formation using symbolism.

The purpose of this research is to explore symbolism and identity through art making. Further, the aim of this research is to help art therapists better understand commonalities and themes regarding the way people depict their identity and development through symbols.

This study is open for current students, faculty, and staff from Nazareth College who have an interest in the visual arts, have the ability to identify with visual symbols, can communicate in English, can provide verbal and written responses, make art responses, can participant in a 90 minute study, and are from the ages of 18-65. Those who do not meet these criteria will not be able to participate in this study.

Please come to the workshop if you are interested in becoming a participant in this study or if you would like more information, please contact Lisa Sipes at

       Thank you!


Lisa Sipes at

Research Study Artmaking Group Workshop