Margaret DeLima

Margaret DeLima

Sculpture

I am a sculptor, trained in clay and working in paper. With nearly weightless paper, I deconstruct heavy matters. I create intimate works that examine my relationships with others. I create small environments or tableaux to explore a memory or an exchange, enshrining nostalgic and often obsolescent forms. I situate the ephemeral, in temporary, miniature three-dimensional reliquaries; I make sacred containers for fleeting moments. I am employed in teaching but working in relationships. I am a lifelong learner, building meaning with every life interaction. I am curious about our common experiences and our unique understandings. I remember and reveal stories to remind you of your own.

Margaret been in a lot. She did a wonderful workshop on how to make giant Papier-mâché heads from a box, masking tape, and newspaper. We made puppets several times with her. She is always full of great ideas.

Adam Israel

Philosophy

Anthony Natoli

Songwriting

B.A. Van Sise

Photography

Brien McVernon

Music and Songwriting

Cathryn Mezzo

Art and Design

Emil Cohen

Photography

Gregg Goldston

Mime and Acting

James III

Acting and Improv

Kerry Prep

Musical Theatre

Lisa Wolpe

Acting and Shakespeare

Margaret DeLima

Sculpture

Mary Edwards

Music

Nick Elias

Painting and Illustration

Robert Zeller

Drawing

Robin Wilson

Music and he's a Rock Star

Stephen Masicotte

Playwriting

Vangeline

Butoh Dance

Xiomaro

Photography