for Arts Therapists

Draw and Pour for Arts Therapists

Connect with Creativity in Community

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Draw and Pour for Arts Therapists

Connect with Creativity in Community

We currently have 3 spots available

in the September and October gatherings

Unfurl. Nourish your practice as an artist and arts therapist.

In a Draw and Pour gathering, you talk, listen, draw (make art) and pour (your tea). It’s a simple, unique combination of structure and freedom, akin to an old-fashioned sewing circle.

Draw and Pour for Arts Therapists is designed to allow authentic, meaningful, professional connection, while placing creativity at the core. We engage with mindfulness and guided explorations. We share stories of working (or not working) as arts therapists in these topsy-turvy times. We tap the group wisdom to support and resource one another.

Together we weave a web of interdependent creative care.

Three monthly Saturday mornings

22nd August, 19th September, 17th October

10.15am to 12.30pm AEST      in the Zoomosphere      

$115AUD for the September and October gatherings

open to arts therapists across the diverse range of experience and geographies       limit of 8 participants

Sally Swain AThR        

artist, art therapist,

author, creativity coach

has been running Art and Soul since 1993, supporting individuals and groups to blossom. She worked as an art therapist in aged care over several years. Sally recently initiated and facilitated the ANZACATA-supported Creative Sustenance for Arts Therapists workshops. She loves creative community-building.

Feedback

from

Creative Sustenance for Arts Therapists participants

‘a sense of solidarity in the community of art therapists … loved the art-making focussed on art therapy’  Anne-Maree A

‘Thank you for offering and facilitating an open, generous and beautiful space for creative expression and sustenance!’ Julianne A

‘I have found the group and space for creativity a great way to refocus on myself and my work’ Liz F

‘Great to be part of something bigger than me and making art with like-minded people … Just being involved in the program and making art, taking the time for myself was the self care I needed’ Mara L