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Reframing Your Life Picture through the Art of Paper-Making
Fri, June 23, 2017, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
In this two-part series, survivors will use the art of papermaking as a transformative process to explore emotions related to their diagnosis and treatment. This symbolic form of expression will provide an opportunity to identify and begin the process of letting go of negative thoughts and experiences and transforming them into a renewed sense of positivity and empowerment. Writing and journaling will also be incorporated into the workshop. We will make use of both natural materials from the Garden of Hope and papers provided by participants as part of the transformation process.
Facilitators: Anne Harding, ATR-BC, Art Therapist, and Timberlee Myers, MAAT, Art Therapist.
This is a two-part class. The first part will be held on Friday, June 23, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM, and the second part will be held Saturday, June 24, from 10:00 AM to Noon. Attendance at both sessions is required. Class size is limited. Open only to individuals who have had a cancer diagnosis.
Driving directions: Waterman Farm is located at the northwest corner of Lane Avenue and Kenny Road in Columbus. From the intersection of Lane and Kenny, travel west on Lane. Take the first right onto Carmack Road to enter the Waterman Agriculture and Natural Resources Laboratory. The Waterman Farm Headquarters Building will be the first building on your right. Park in front of the building and enter through the main doors.