Wellness at Eastman is a monthly seminar series from Eastman Performing Arts Medicine (EPAM) featuring artists and clinicians speaking to physical and mental wellness for performing artists, inspired by the Healthy Conservatoires movement in Europe.
The next Wellness at Eastman seminar will be on Wednesday, October 5, 2022, at 6 p.m: Making the Most of Your Time presented by Blaire Koerner, Assistant Director of the Institute for Music Leadership (IML).
Discover your time management personality type and the advantages and challenges it brings. Learn tools of the trade that will best suit your needs and come up with a plan to apply this directly to your daily life -from academics to practicing to personal time.
As the Assistant Director of the Institute for Music Leadership (IML), Dr. Blaire Koerner’s mission is to provide resources and opportunities for creatives to envision, create and sustain successful careers in an ever-changing field. In this role, Dr. Koerner oversees the Arts Leadership Program curriculum, certificate, internship placements, grants, and student advising. She is also part career advising team, collaborating with students and alumni in one-on-one meetings and group sessions to help them discover personal, professional, and artistic goals. Having been guided by incredible mentors throughout her life, Dr. Koerner hopes to be a lifelong connection to Eastman students and alumni.
Dr. Koerner completed her DMA at the Eastman School of Music in Bassoon Performance, with a Collegiate Teaching minor. She also holds a Master of Music degree in Bassoon Performance from Eastman, a M.Ed. in Elementary Education and B.S. in Bassoon Performance both from Hofstra University.
Register for the zoom link and you will get a reminder for the program and the link to attend on zoom.
Wellness at Eastman seminars are held monthly in Howard Hanson Hall (on the fourth floor of the Eastman School of Music main building) and on zoom. To register for the zoom link, click here. For more information, or to request accommodations, contact EPAM Program Manager Gaelen McCormick at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 274-1233.