PROGRAMS: Workshops - Upcoming
“If you had a place of your own, what would it be?”
Healing and Transformation through Innovative Art Making and Visual Meditation modalities for women,
ready to release old patterns and live their life on purpose.
6-month series of weekly experiential workshops culminating in an art exhibition
built to rekindle, celebrate and embrace a woman’s intuition.
No art experience is necessary, only the willingness to learn.
Accepting women of all colors.
Depending on funding the next round is projected for. Jan – June 2018
Tuition is $2,000 and that includes everything, limited scholarships based on need and some work exchange
Includes Thursdays, 6:00/6:30 pm(community pot luck) – 9:30 pm, workshops, a few Saturday field trips
All workshops for accepted participants will be held at: 1890 Bryant Street Studios #302, San Francisco
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Designed to release old patterns and habits, including links to individual, family, cultural and historical dysfunction, participants are led through meditation and arts making processes of self-reflection and group sharing, challenging and clarifying choices.
(1) Grounding work through learning the healing properties of the Chakras, Visual Meditation, Creation of Personal Mandalas and Intuitive Collages. (Building Foundation)
(2) Self-discovery and Insights that Heal and Transform by learning to unravel beliefs that hold you back and identify and challenge family patterns. (Challenging Status Quo)
(3) Strengthening Intuition through learning Found Object art philosophy and practice (Exploration and Inspiration).
4) Claiming Our Voice through Creating and Showcasing personal artwork for the art exhibition. The art created answers the question “If you had a place of your own, what would it be?” Patient, experienced art instructors provide expert guidance to help create your final piece. (Claiming and Fortitude)
Projected Timeline link - coming
Partially funded since 2009: National Endowment for the Arts FastTrack, California Arts Council, The San Francisco Arts Commission and Zellerbach Family Foundation. WomenArts.org, The Koehn Family, Pacific Asian American Women Bay Area Coalition, Sue Tom and individuals like yourself.