Mart 494, 594
New Mexico Highlands University
SummerÂ Semester 2017
Class will be on Tuesdays 1:00 â€“ 2:50
*** Classes will meet in a different location every week. It is up to you to keep up with the schedule and plan accordingly.
June 6th â€“ Class in Santa Fe at the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, Galisteo St., workshop on web accessibility by Matthew Gallegos. Workshop location:Â New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs
407 Galisteo, Santa Fe, NM 87501.
June 13th â€“ Field Trip to Museum of Spanish Colonial Art in Santa Fe (MoSCA) â€“ Frida Kahlo Exhibit. For those who are interested, we’ll caravan to theÂ Currents New Media Festival.
June 20th-Â Counter Culture Exhibit — tour by exhibit designers, New Mexico History Museum
June 27th-Â Class in Albuquerque @ museum classroom, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Lucia Duncan guest speaker on documentary filmmaking
July 4th â€“ No class —Independence Day!
July 11th â€“ Final presentations at NMHU, Lab 1 â€“ extended class
Reflection papers due to me via email byÂ 5:00 pm Friday,Â July 21st
Reflect on the following 4 topics:
1).Â Describe the activities youâ€™ve been doing as an AmeriCorps member.
2). Discuss some of the obstacles or difficulties youâ€™re facing (if any) in completing your ongoing projects.
3). Describe the successes and milestones youâ€™ve reached as an AmeriCorps intern.
4). Discuss your expectations of the experience and compare them to what is actually happening. Is your AmeriCorps internship exceeding your expectations or is it falling short?