On average, people visiting the Philadelphia Museum of Art spend 17 seconds looking at a work of art. Not surprisingly, 17 seconds isn’t really enough time to observe and understand what’s going on in what can be a complex piece. So how about spending 45 minutes with one painting? Is that enough time to “get the picture,” as it were?
Having curated five to six art shows per year over the past three years at Salus University, Elynne Rosenfeld decided to put a more personal spin on some of the upcoming shows. The first result is “Compatible Contrasts,” currently displayed in the D’Arrigo Family Gallery outside the Bennett Lounge at the Hafter Student Community Center.
The Post-baccalaureate in Health Sciences is the University’s newest program and is currently in its first semester. The program is designed for students who have already completed an undergraduate degree or are working toward a secondary degree from an accredited institution.
Pennsylvania Sen. Maria Collett, who represents the 12th District across parts of Bucks and Montgomery counties, will deliver the keynote address at Salus University’s 119th Commencement at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct.15, at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
On the first clinic day of a mission trip to Guatemala, students met a child with cerebral palsy who had never been able to sit up. The boy had been going to physical therapy since birth, but he had not acquired the strength enough to hold himself in a seated position.