Expressive Art as a Healing Process
An Introduction to Touch Drawing
A fund raiser to benefit the programs and services of AWBA
Friday, October 3, 2014
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Gilgal Farm Retreat Center
|"Springs of Living Water" - Judy Smoot|
Gift yourself with a day of healing art in the countryside of Fairfield County at Gilgal Farm. Rest, refuel, and refresh as you experience expressive art as a healing process while helping raise funds for those served by the ministry of Always We Begin Again. This event is open to the public. You will be invited to experience the simple expression of Touch Drawing and visit with the horses of Gilgal Farm in the quiet and peace of this sacred space on the outskirts of Lancaster, Ohio.
For a detailed brochure, registration information, and links to additional information, visit the Upcoming Events page of our website. Space is limited so early registration is encouraged if you are interested. Myself, Chris Harnden and Deb Aichele will be your guides for the day.
I have found Touch Drawing to be a meaningful practice for myself and have enjoyed introducing it to others. If you know someone impacted by a Parkinson's diagnosis, read about the September pilot program for Touch Drawing, "Listening Beneath the Words." It is fund raisers like the October event that make this September series available to the Parkinson's community at no cost.
Any questions or wonderings about either of these? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.