Intention Flags: Modern Day Prayer Flags
An Art Therapy Workshop
Presented by Barbara Fish, art therapist and Elizabeth Bryan-Jacobs, emerging art therapist, in partnership with Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden
Saturday, May 22, 2:00 to 3:30 pm New York Time
An intention is a statement of what you hope or wish to manifest in your life or in the world.
JOIN US VIRTUALLY FOR THIS UNIQUE, COMMUNITY ARTS EVENT WHERE YOU WILL CREATE A FLAG TO EXPRESS AND HOLD YOUR INTENTION. YOUR FLAG WILL BECOME PART OF A COLLECTIVE WORK TO BE INSTALLED AT HAMMOND MUSEUM GARDEN
Prayer Flags are a Tibetan Tradition with a beautiful history and long lineage. They are created and flown to carry prayers to the Universe.
Please REGISTER early; a materials list will follow your registration.
* * RSVP & Admission Ticket: * *
$20 - General / $10 for Student
Barbara is the 2019 recipient of the American Art Therapy Association’s Honorary Lifetime Membership Award. Her interests include disseminating that power of response and the value of arts-based research. She is the founder of the Art for Peace group, and author of Art-Based Supervision: Cultivating Therapeutic Insight Through Imagery (Routledge, 2017). She has practiced and taught art therapy for more than thirty years and presents her work internationally.
Elizabeth is the founder of the Spread Your Wings Project, a non-profit devoted to sharing the healing powers of the arts. She established Creative Awakenings, a creativity retreat program that has been shared nationally, and is the author of “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Count Your Blessings” and Soul Models: Transformative Stories of Courage and Compassion.” Her artwork resides in numerous private and public collections.
PROUD TO BE SUPPORTED BY
WESTCHESTER COUNTY GOVERNMENT
J.C.C. Fund, Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York