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Introduction to Arts Therapy

This year the one day introduction course will run again through the Mullumbimby Community College. A popular and enjoyable day to get a taste of Arts Therapy. Participants will gain a basic understanding of the principles of Arts Therapy and its uses in different contexts. We will engage in some simple examples of experiential, interactive […]

Launch of Northern Rivers Arts Health & Wellbeing!!

NORTHERN RIVERS ARTS HEALTH & WELLBEING Invitation… Thursday 24th November 2011 5.30 – 7.30 pm The Fountain Room Lismore City Hall RSVP: 22nd November Contact: info@nrawh.net Website: www.nrahw.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/273399726022616/ • Guest speakers on the value of the arts for health and wellbeing • Performance and entertainment • Art event: where you can get creatively […]

New Byron Region Community College Courses

11PDA053  Introduction To Arts Therapy This will start on: Sat and run for 1 sessions from 27/8/2011 to 27/8/2011 between 9:30 am and 3 pm The course will be held at MULLUM CAMPUS ROOM 3 11VM303  Personal Shrine Making Workshop This will start on: Sat and run for 2 sessions from 3/9/2011 to 10/9/2011 between […]

Personal Shrine Making Workshop

People have created shrines for thousands of years to celebrate and honour connection to spirit, nature, significant people and important life events; in short, anything which holds meaning and deserves remembrance, such as: Worship and Prayer Love and Gratitude Mindfulness and Meditation Healing and Wellbeing Birth Death Relationships Creative Visualisations Our lives have become so […]

Introduction to Arts Therapy

Participants will gain a basic understanding of the principles of Arts Therapy and its uses in different contexts. We will engage in some simple examples of experiential, interactive processes to give you a little taste of different approaches in the field of Arts Therapy. Saturday, 28th of May 9:30am-3pm Cost $61/Cons. $55 plus $5 for […]

Schools kill creativity

I have had this link sent to me which may be of interest to anyone supporting children’s creativity. Ken Robinson is talking about the values of most educational systems and how it effects our development. http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity.html