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Erwan Edlund (Literary Arts 2024) Wins First Place Youth Division in Liars ContestEdlund is photographed with Vusumuzi Zulu (right), Festival Director, and other performers from the evening. Photo credit: Edie French of iDream.tv.
September 26, 2022
Erwan Edlund (Literary Arts 2024) won first place in the youth division of the Black Master Storytellers Festival Liars Contest on September…
Perpich Students Exhibiting at Friedli Gallery and Studio
September 26, 2022
Work by Nina Holding Eagle-Bushaw (Visual Arts 2023) and Pasakura Lee (Visual Arts 2023) will be featured at the Friedli Gallery and Studio for their upcoming exhibition, Blood on the Pavement: Notes on Healing. The exhibition uses visual art and sound to explore…
Titles to Celebrate National Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month from Perpich Library
September 21, 2022
This month the Perpich library is putting a spotlight on the books and DVDs in our collection that focus on the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. September…
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“My teachers encourage me to push myself outside of my comfort zone and to always strive to better my art, never settling for good enough.”
"For 17 years I’d carried the bulk of my children’s education myself. Sending the two oldest away to Perpich was a huge step of faith and I have not been disappointed. The teachers, in particular, have been fabulous!"
"[Perpich] was a hugely formative experience for me and I think gave me many of the tools to get to this point of doing meaningful work that I love."
“From the moment I came to Perpich, it was like a college campus, with an emphasis on independence and finding your own self, with training in academics and becoming an artist.”