CIVA’s leadership development gathering for young women in the arts.
Doing Good Well is a unique experience for young women who feel called to work, study, or serve in the visual arts. The gathering challenges and equips participants to flourish as leaders in their creative talent and Christian faith. Come enjoy rich hospitality, engaging dialogue, and spiritual encouragement and begin to live more fully into your calling as a Woman, Christian, Artist, Friend, Wife, Mother, Mentor…
Date: August 11-14, 2016
Location: Ottauquechee Farm, Bridgewater, Vermont – www.oqfarm.org/
Participants: Selected through an application process (see below)
Cost: Travel expenses only. Room, board, and registration fees are covered by the sponsors
Sponsors: The Sister Fund, CIVA, and individual donors
Who Should Attend?
The ideal participant for Doing Good Well will be a Christian woman, aged 20-40, who is passionate about the arts, with this inclination reflected in her vocation, studies or calling whether she be a fine artist, designer, art historian, art critic, arts administrator, student, educator, or theologian. She is creative and exhibits gifts in innovation, compassion, and leadership. She has a desire to see her Christian faith and creativity come together to influence positive social or cultural change.
Applications for Doing Good Well 2016 are now closed. Thank you for your interest, we hope to see you at a future gathering.
Doing Good Well is being lead by Kim Garza, Director; Kari Dunham, Co-Director; Kim Miller; Alison Cook Krivickas; and Laura Cootsona. The rest of the team will be announced in the coming weeks. In early 2016, CIVA will add one or two returning DGW alumnae as Apprentices to strengthen our leadership team.
Download the Doing Good Well 2016 Brochure (PDF) for more details about the gathering.