Art for Peace:
A 21st Century Phenomenon to Counter Traumatic Times
Join us to commemorate twenty years of a free, open art studio group to recognize two decades of our creative responses to traumatic events beginning with September 11, 2001.
Hammond Museum is grateful to share this virtual art-making event with art therapist, educator and author Barbara Fish as she holds a space for others to gather in community. The group’s intention is to use creativity to become grounded, so that we may be responsive instead of reactive, despite the traumatic events that we witness.
Our anniversary group will meet Friday, 9/10/21 from 7-10 EST, 6-9 CST, 4-7 PT on Zoom.
All ages and all forms of creativity are welcome – participants knit, paint, doodle and color, engaging in materials that feel right for them!
Zoom link will send on 9/10
“During this time of international crisis, and personal stress, it is important for all of us to respond with clarity. When we are afraid, the potential is greater for us to react rather than respond consciously. The Art for Peace group supports us in thinking clearly and being grounded." - Barbara Fish
Our on-going Art for Peace groups convene weekly on Wednesday and Friday evenings.
Find the Art for Peace Gallery on FaceBook
Barbara Fish is the founder of the Art for Peace group. She, author of Art-Based Supervision: Cultivating Therapeutic Insight Through Imagery (Routledge, 2017). She is the 2019 recipient of the American Art Therapy Association’s Honorary Lifetime Membership Award, the association’s highest honor. She teaches and presents her work internationally.
more information about Barbara
PROUD TO BE SUPPORTED BY
WESTCHESTER COUNTY GOVERNMENT