FAITH BAUM is an architect, teacher and an artist focusing on color, light, and human perception. Practice, research, and teaching have been the essential elements of her career. Faith received her Bachelor of Arts (1973) and Master of Architecture (1978) degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. An active member of the BSA, AIA and IIDA, she is a registered architect in the states of MA, RI and PA, and a member of NCIDQ. In addition to her professional practice, Faith is adjunct professor at Rhode Island School of Design. She has created curriculum and degree programs for the Boston Architectural College, Boston Ma, serves as guest design critic at local universities, and presents and writes for industry conferences and journals. In 2009 Faith received a Post- Baccalaureate Degree in Fine Arts from Brandies University. At present her two dimensional work utilizes oil paints, printmaking and digital media.

LORI PETCHERS is a documentary filmmaker/video artist whose films have screened at numerous festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and Internationally. She is a recipient of the Artist Fellowship Grant in Film/Video from the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism and was awarded a regional Emmy nomination for her work. She is also the creator of, an online documentary project about middle age comprised of over 100 hours of interviews. Her film and video work aspires to confront social norms and stereotypes through both traditional and non-traditional media. Lori received her B.A. from Brandeis University and her M.A. from Emerson College.

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