Creative Arts have long been used as a tool to help people heal from stroke, substance use disorders, mental health issues and trauma. Studies have shown, through functional MRIs, that the brain is stimulated by exposure to art.
Center participants will have access to a studio which allows for self-expression in an unstructured environment, selecting from a range of materials. An artist-in-residence will mentor program participants who wish to work in the studio.
A fast-paced, theme-based group creativity workshop in which participants use colors to respond to questions posed by a facilitator. No prior art experience is required.
ADDITIONAL ART WORKSHOPS
Group workshops focused around art projects of participants’ choosing.