august, 2020

wed26aug7:00 pm8:30 pmFeaturedVirtual EventArt and Healing In a Time of Change; A Zoom Discussion Panel7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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After months of quarantine with no end in sight, and with a nation sharing
a collective sense of grief and anxiety, how do we find meaning in our studio work, how do we create in a time of uncertainty?
Please join us on August 26, 7 pm, for meaningful discussion about art, community, and healing. We join 3 artists/health practitioners who will share their perspectives, insights, and practice, exploring the therapeutic value of the arts. Comments and participation by all will be encouraged.
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Tracy Phillips is a painter and a psychotherapist in private practice. She received her Master’s in Creative Arts Therapy from Pratt Institute and her Master of Social Work from Fordham University. Phillips has post-graduate training from the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and the National Institute of Psychotherapies. She received her BFA in fine arts from Parsons and has been an active member of the Brooklyn Arts Council, The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists’ Coalition, and Nurture Art. Phillips’ resume includes solo and group exhibitions, and she became an active member of WAAM in 2016 and an interim board member in July 2020.
Elizabethanne Spiotta is a Buddhist chaplain. She studied spiritual care at NYZCCC and began her Buddhist practice at Zen Mountain Monastery. She has worked for HV Hospice and currently facilitates a grief group with Samadhi in Kingston, NY. As a widow, Elizabethanne has a depth of view on grief and loss that broadens her scope of spiritual practice and her work. She resides in the Hudson Valley with her 3 sons.
Celesta Kramer West is a certified Yoga instructor currently offering free classes via Zoom every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 11:30 and 1:00pm, through her studio,
Base of the Mountain Yoga. She’s been an artist all her life as well, with experience as a graphic designer, photographer/darkroom instructor, and oil painter.
Katie Emerson-Hoss has a PhD in educational psychology, with a focus on early childhood special education and mental health, and an MEd in early intervention and family support. She brings a wealth of experience from her work as a home visitor and early childhood educator. As a consultant Katie has worked with children, families, teachers, and organizations to develop strong relationships for learning and well-being. Her teaching experience includes more than 15 years teaching undergraduates and graduate students in early childhood and special education.

Time

(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Admission:

Free

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