Art has a place at the table with movements as expressions of resistance, vehicles for community building and roles in self-reflection and healing.
Expressive and community arts can play a critical role in being in relationship to others with our full integrity intact and deepening our conversations about developing avenues for both personal and social change.
Also, deepening ones relationship to self directly relates to your impact on the movements, communities and people important to you. No matter your importance in the social change continuum there is a correlation between your level of self-care, self-reflection and analysis and your effectiveness in the world building solidarity, bridges and partnerships.
It is my commitment to facilitate spaces of profound resourcing and invite activists, changes agents, paradigm shifters, explorers and artists; partners, lovers, and collaborators; individuals, families and groups; the young and youthful, the aging and elders; wisdom seekers, healers and the heart-ful to experience how art can change your life and the lives of others.