Dominique Hollis

Seattle, Washington, United States

Dominique Hollis

Seattle, Washington, United States

My intent has always been to learn and to educate; obtaining growth and prosperity through evolving not only as a student but a teacher. Knowing that these two roles coincide and flourish coequally .
My purpose and intent as an individual is to remain sustained within my role as both a student and educator. Promoting an overt social conscious through daily discourse and practiced/performed paradigms. Especially directed by Erikson's theory of psychosocial development, I believe art is a tool through which standards of appropriated social development can be assessed.
•It does not negate the reality of diverse development, and allows students to make individual progressions.
•Visual aspects of the practice are poignant in identifying cognitive processions.
•It is not driven nor insinuated by a universal standard.
•It is therapeutic in nature.

As I progress throughout this field experience, I will document and make note of the many factors that relate back to these sentiments will also including sentiments I have not yet guised. Progressing as both a student and teaching; learning how to teach others and teaching to learn.

  • Work
    • Townsend Center for the Performing arts
  • Education
    • University of West Georgia