Lynn Sondag

"For a creative practitioner, the Big History story encompasses a wealth of fascinating content that completely nourishes our curiosity and imagination. Ultimately, the exploration expands upon the power of collective learning and helps us discover ways we can connect, communicate, and design for the future."

Lynn Sondag - cropLynn Sondag is an accomplished watercolorist and currently serves as chair of the Department of Art, Art History, and Design at Dominican. In Visualizing Big History, students revisit our universe story through diverse modes of creative expression—painting, illustration, photography, and mixed media collage—that help illuminate the narrative and sequential content of Big History. With a passion for increasing access to art and art education through service-learning pedagogy and community-based art projects, Lynn Sondag infuses her course with forward-thinking attention to the power of art making and education in the 21st century.