December 13, 2018 | AGCC in the Media

By Stephanie Cartozian | Easy Reader | December 13, 2018

Every semester, three promising Syracuse University Masters of Fine Arts students are selected by faculty to make a pilgrimage to Turner House in San Pedro for an art immersion program that lasts 15 weeks. The scholarship program was established by one of Palos Verdes’ most ardent advocate of the arts, Marilyn (Turner) Klaus in 2010. Since then, it has evolved into what current Syracuse scholarship recipient Candice Corgan describes as an “intensive and interdisciplinary submersion into the arts, yet every week on Sundays we come up for air to make food together, sit down together and have a cocktail.”

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