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Drawing for Action!

A space and activity for teens and young adults to heal and unify: to inspire and be inspired. A place for love and creativity!

Drawing to explore, communicate, propagate ideas, observations, critiques on social issues as a way to take action with a focus on humanitarian and environmental issues.

June 2nd! Details coming. Stay tuned. LINK to prior Drawing for Action project.

 

 

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Mothers and Daughters : Making Together on Mother’s Day

A meditation in making on motherhood !

Mothers, daughters: bring mementos that are meaningful to you. We will transform them into dream catchers. Join us to celebrate Mother’s Day in the spirit of creation and connection! More details HERE

May 14 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Sign up quickly. Limited space.

 

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Visual Arts Portfolio Workshop

We will work in a small group setting of three to four students.  I will be your mentor through the portfolio process. My main role will be to support you in ensuring that your unique voice comes through clearly and effectively in the presentation of your materials. LINK to more details on what we will accomplish together on this.

The 5-week session meets on Mondays, from November 14 through December 12, from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

 

 

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Drawing Class for teens
If your young adult loves to draw or is interested in exploring this medium, share this with them and bring them to my two hour afternoon sessions weekly The is also good for those who see the beauty of our visual world or are curious in developing that capacity. Each young artist is guided by their strengths and passions to bring out each unique visual voice while developing new skills and confidence. Class size limit – 5 of you! New session: Nov. 17-Dec. 15 LINK for more information
What is Asheville?
What is Asheville?

Experience the city as a game, map it in a life-size gameboard.

“What is Asheville?” is a week of play and experimentation in the streets of Asheville, North Carolina. Using Cell phones, GPS, text messaging and mission-driven exploration, middle schoolers from various neighborhoods of Asheville engaged their city as Living Game collecting obstacles and opportunities. Their findings will be compiled daily into a Living Gameboard, an interactive collective journal where they dynamically organized and reorganized their collected information through the compositions of words, sound, gestures and imagery as a way to understand their city holistically. This will lead to visions by our youth for our city, and a celebration on Earth Day! LINK for more information