Author

Gaelen M.

Location

Glasgow School of Art, Scotland


About

Hello! My name is Gaelen and I am starting senior year by traveling abroad! My homeschool is the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, where I am majoring in Fibers and Materials Studies. I enjoy making work that creates discussion. I also enjoy spending time volunteering and raising awareness for local children's hospitals. I cannot wait to combine these two passions while in Scotland.

Discovering Something New Inside the Classroom

Gaelen M. December 1, 2015

To give you a little background, back in the states, I study Fibers and Materials Studies at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University. This is a conceptual fine art program where I concentrate in creating fiber-based pieces of work. Over here in Scotland… More

You Can Still Go on Holiday while Studying Abroad

Gaelen M. November 19, 2015

I’ve been a wee bit busy traveling (and now getting back into school work), so I apologize for the delay in a post! I will try to sum up as much as possible about my travels throughout Northern Ireland, Ireland, and Paris. First I would like to thank… More

Discovering Peace in Scotland

Gaelen M. October 13, 2015

During your time in college, you always find yourself having conversations about finding peace and discovering yourself. Throughout my time so far at Temple, I have found different things that lead me to these areas whether that is a place on campus that… More

A Constant Sense of Discovery

Gaelen M. September 29, 2015

I never knew that I would be able to re-live freshman year again, but it happened. Freshers week was just as I’m sure a lot of you are thinking, so I don’t need to explain much. The past two and a half weeks have been so much fun being able to explore… More

A Graceful Introduction to Scotland

Gaelen M. September 13, 2015

So one thing I didn’t tell you in my last post, is that when I made it through the airport in Edinburgh and onto the airport bus, I saw a student sitting in the back with an Arcadia Study Abroad folder. So being who I am, I sat right next to him and started… More

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