me and my art:
an introduction to art therapy
Have you ever wondered about the process of art therapy? How can it be helpful, and can I use it in my own life or maybe you are just feeling stuck in your life? If you have wondered about any of these questions or just want a relaxed and enjoyable time to commune with art come take this workshop, Me and My Art: An Introduction to Art Therapy. The class will run from 10-12 on June 26, 2021, and all supplies will be provided. You will be able to take home your supplies and your artwork. The emphasis of this class will not be on finished artwork but the healing process of art making. This workshop is for participants 16+. All participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult, or a guardian must fill out a release form.
Attendance is limited to a maximum of 10 students, and all appropriate COVID protocols will be followed.
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.
Dates: Saturday June 26, 2o21; 10am-12pm
Location: Kentuck Art Center's Georgine Clarke Building classroom
Capacity: Minimum 4, Maximum 10 students
Tuition: $35; all supplies included
This workshop is sponsored in part by the Alabama State Council on the Arts, with additional programming support from the Alabama Humanities Alliance.