In the coming weeks, we’ll be introducing our newest class of Open Enrollment bloggers, saying farewell to our recent graduates, and welcoming back those whose studies continue. Stay tuned for a full update on Open Enrollment comings and goings, but right now I’m pleased to introduce a new Open Enrollment blogger who is joining us late in the term, as it were. Lindsay Preston Zappas received her BA in Art and Design from Point Loma Nazarene University in her hometown of San Diego. As a sculptor and installation artist, much of her work is informed by her experience growing up in Southern California’s suburban culture, and delves into themes of the individual, material culture, home, and memory. In 2008 she co-founded Yeller, a group of like-minded individuals dedicated to the creation of accessible art and the promotion of local San Diego artists. Lindsay is currently in her first year of candidacy for an MFA in sculpture from Cranbrook Academy of Art. You can find her personal blog here.
A warm welcome to Lindsay, whose first Open Enrollment post will appear early this afternoon; we look forward to welcoming the full roster of Open Enrollment writers soon!