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Personal Shrine Making Workshop

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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 busy that we often forget or/and have difficulties to make space for what is meaningful in our lives.

In this workshop you get to explore what really matters to you whatever that may be and create your own personal shrine to bring that into focus.

You will learn how to create a beautiful shrine from a pre cut cardboard template which is quick and easy to assemble. We use mixed media to decorate and embellish your sacred space.

We explore together colour, symbols and imagery to enhance the meaning of you shrine. These processes are accompanied by group sharing’s and reflective self explorations.

Shrine building is a creative process which will inspire you, hopefully in an ongoing dialogue, to focus and remember and engage with your hearts voice. These shrines can easily be repainted and redecorated again as your focus changes.

Workshop Dates:

27th and 28th of August 2011

2 days, each day from 10am- 4pm

Cost $147

registration and workshop @  Tweed River Art Gallery

11VM303  Personal Shrine Making Workshop

This will start on: Sat and run for 2 sessions from 3/9/2011 to 10/9/2011 between 9 am and 4:30 pm

The course will be held at MULLUM ART ROOM IN LANEWAY BEHIND CAMPUS

Other dates are possible and groups can be tailored to specific needs.

11VM304  Personal Shrine Making Workshop

This will start on: Sat and run for 2 sessions from 26/11/2011 to 3/12/2011 between 9 am and 4:30 pm

The course will be held at MULLUM ART ROOM IN LANEWAY BEHIND CAMPUS

For bookings contact:

Byron Region Community College (02) 6684 3374 or admin@byroncollege.org.au

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