Seminar 3 continues the learning in Seminar 2, and requires that fellows complete their projects. Fellows apply interdisciplinary approaches to scholarship and creative work. They complete on their individual projects, working in close contact with their faculty mentor. They explore various concepts of creativity, aesthetics, and scholarship, with a focus on developing their own project. Students learn to critique each other as they present their own work to other fellows and to the college feedback and advice. Joining this discussion with fellows will be guest lecturers and artists-in-residence from a variety of diverse backgrounds: performers, composers, scholars in liberal arts, music educators, music therapists, and more.