Final Project Friday - Making Other People Matter in Art with Erin Duffy
We invite CAPPsters to present their projects with the community. Erin Duffy will be joining us July 23 for Final Project Friday. Erin is passionate about community, individual, and environmental health
We invite CAPPsters to present their projects with the community.
Erin Duffy will be joining us July 23 for Final Project Friday. Erin is passionate about community, individual, and environmental health and well-being. For her project she created an artistic mural inspired by the idea that “other people matter”. Her process and product are absolutely beautiful, and I can’t wait for her to share them with you.
Erin’s Super Power
- I am sometimes psychic.
3 things still on Erin’s bucket list
- Have a baby.
- Volunteer in another country.
- Sell art or clothing I’ve made.
What inspired Erin’s Final Project
I often feel called to paint walls, not just in the home but out in public. For this project created a mural to honor the late father of a good friend. I was inspired by the idea that “other people matter”, and I wanted to do something to make that idea come into tangible form to support someone I care about.
Erin Duffy works as a communications specialist at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) through the University of Maryland. In this role, she has created and edited lessons to teach the public about socio-environmental topics. She also developed a podcast called, Succinct Science, that discusses some of the interesting findings of the center.
Passionate about community, individual, and environmental health and well-being, Erin has worked in a variety of roles, including: environmental educator; marketing associate for a social service organization and community garden coordinator for a food bank, both through Americorps; as well as caregiver for adults with differing physical and intellectual abilities.
Erin earned a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Policy and Science, recently become a certified yoga instructor and positive psychology practitioner and will soon complete a certificate program in nutrition from Harvard Extension School.
Access to this webinar is available only for CAPP students and alumni.
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