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envisioning 2022:
a vision board workshop

Have you ever made New Year’s resolutions, with the best intentions but never kept them? Typically, New Year’s resolutions lack clarity and sometimes intention, as well as creative expression. This workshop will encourage you to create a picture of your life and goals from this day forward with clarity, intention, and a little creativity thrown in as well. It is a fun and fellowship filled time where we will create a vision board for the next steps in our lives and enjoy being with each other in the process. You will leave with a completed vision board.

This workshop will be held in Kentuck's Georgine Clarke Building on January 8, 2022. This workshop is for participants 18+. This workshop has a minimum of 5 participants, and a maximum of 13. If the workshop does not meet the minimum, participants will be refunded. 

 

Please email Mary Bell, Program Manager, at mbell@kentuck.org with any questions. 

Masks will be required on Kentuck's campus following our reopening on January 4, 2022. For more COVID updates and precautions on Kentuck's campus, please click follow this link.

details:

Dates: Saturday, January 8, 2022

Time: 10 AM - 12 PM

Location: Kentuck Art Center's Georgine Clarke Building classroom

Capacity: Minimum 5, Maximum 13 students

Tuition: $35 

Supplies: 

-Participants will need to supply:

Magazines that you enjoy looking through and are willing to cut up

Any printed computer images you'd like to use

Scissors

Glue

-Provided: A foundation for the project 

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This event is made possible in part by a grant from Alabama State Council on the Arts.

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.