DCP and Cristo Rey high schools coming to SCU this Summer
By Pancho Jimenez
Funded by a grant through the Hearst Foundation and in collaboration with Downtown College Prep. (DCP) and Cristo Rey high schools, the Department of Art and Art History will be offering courses in ceramics and digital printmaking as well as hosting writing classes for students from Downtown College Prep and Cristo Rey high school. DCP and Cristo Rey traditionally serve low income would-be first generation college students. The program, now in its fourth year, will take place for five weeks over the summer culminating in an art exhibition and college entrance essays.
From left to right are Pancho Jiménez Art and Art History, Maddie Mott student intern, Kelly Neal DCP liaison, Todd Hicks Cristo Rey liaison, Jeff Zorn SCU English professor emeritus, Margarita Levantovskaya SCU English professor, Kathryn Kain and Kelly Detweiler Art and Art History Department.