I have taught in the Liberal Studies Department at Malaspina University-College in Nanaimo, BC since 1994. Prior to Malaspina, I taught for several years at Emily Carr Institute of Art and for one year in the Fine Arts Department at the University of British Columbia, both in Vancouver, BC.

Below are some pictures of various Liberal Studies projects over the years.

Drawing Workshop Earthmakers Exhibition Drawing Workshop II Earthmakers Exhibition Drawings, Earthmakers Exhibition

Earthmakers installation, Nanaimo Art Gallery

To read more about the Earthmakers exhibition, click here.

Love Poetry presentation

Love Poetry presentation Liberal Studies Book project Medieval dance workshop

Dinner Party Project Altarpieces on wall II.jpg Altarpieces on wall.jpg

To learn more about the Liberal Studies Program, click here.

Every couple of years I teach in the Liberal Studies Abroad Program in Florence, Italy. This program has been in operation since 1997 and provides an interdisciplinary examination of one of the most dynamic and significant periods in the history of European culture. The course of study covers the art, architecture, literature, science, music and political philosophy of the Italian Renaissance.

Florence Program Collage

Liberal Studies Abroad Program

To see pictures from the 2006 Florence Program, click here.

To see pictures from the 2003 Florence Program, click here.

Malaspina Great Books Home Page

Johnstonia Home Page

Oxford English Cat and Girl by Dorothy Gambrell

To see more Cat and Girl by Dorothy Gambrell, click here.