Liz Fitzgerald is an art therapist and teacher of art therapy. She is a clinical supervisor of Masters of Art Therapy at the University of Western Sydney, and teaches an Intro to Art Therapy course at the University of Sydney.
My guest this week is Liz Fitzgerald from the soon-to-be-graduating Orange Cohort. We talk about taking improv classes in Chicago, her cohort's plans for after graduation, and we even get interrupted by a security guard trying to kick is out of the building! Thank you to Liz, to the Harold Ramis Film School, and The Second City Staff for their help - and for not kicking us out of the building! The music on this week’s episode was “I've Been Long Gone” by Derek Evry. You can find more of his music at DerekEvry.com! This show was recorded and edited by me, Tony Lazzeroni. If you want to hear more from me and my classmates, teachers, and a few special guests, make sure to subscribe to the podcast. If you have questions or comments, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find us on Twitter and Instagram at FilmStudentPod. And be sure to check out some of my and my classmates’ work at FilmStudentPod.com. See you all next week!
Liz Fitzgerald is the Administrator of the Free Library of Philadelphia's Culinary Literacy Center, the first of its kind in a library in the United States. Liz has been with the Free Library since 2008, working in the Catalog Department and as a Branch Manager and Children's Librarian in West Philadelphia before opening the Culinary Literacy Center in 2014. In 2016, Liz was named a Mover & Shaker by Library Journal. She regularly presents on the Culinary Literacy Center, including at the 2016 Special Libraries Association Annual Conference, the 2016 International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Satellite Conference, and will be presenting at the 2017 NextLibrary Conference in Aarhus, Denmark. Before her tenure at the Free Library, Liz was a Teen Services Librarian at the Ocean County Library in New Jersey. She has her Masters of Library and Information Science from Rutgers University and a Bachelor's Degree from Loyola University in Maryland.