me and my art:
an introduction to art therapy

Have you ever wondered about the process of art therapy? How can it be helpful, how can I use it in my own life, or maybe you are just feeling stuck in your life? This class is an art therapy experience that allows for open expression. Open expression will allow for exploration of new art materials as well as investigating your own thoughts and life challenges. As the artist, only you decide how and what you want to express. This class will be held on the second Saturdays of September, October, and November. While the class is regularly scheduled, new participants are always welcome. First timers will receive their own package of oil pastels for use in class and out. If you are a returning participant please bring your oil pastels. All participants must register for each session if you would like to attend more than one.

This workshop will be held in Kentuck's Georgine Clarke Building on September 11, 2021, October 9,  2021, and November 13, 2021 from 10 AM-12 PM. Participants must register for each session they would like to attendThis workshop is for participants 16+. All participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult, or a guardian must fill out a release form. This workshop has a minimum of 4 participants, and a maximum of 10. If the workshop does not meet the minimum, participants will be refunded. 
Masks are required for the duration of the class.

details:

Dates: Saturday, September 11, 2021; Saturday, October, 9, 2021; Saturday, November 13, 2021

Time: 10 AM - 12 PM

Location: Kentuck Art Center's Georgine Clarke Building classroom

Capacity: Minimum 4, Maximum 10 students

Tuition: $35 per session; all supplies included for first time participants

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About Millie Dawson-Hardy: Millie Dawson-Hardy, the course facilitator, is a practicing artist in the area as well as being part of the Counseling Education Faculty at the University of Alabama. She has a master's in Art Therapy from Georgia College and State University. She is an LPC practicing counseling and art therapy at Iron City Counseling in Hoover, Alabama.