Date(s) - March 17, 2024
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Join us to create meaningful and eco-friendly art pieces that honor our transition from darkness to light at the Spring Equinox on March 19th. A variety of paper, artistic media, and natural materials will be provided to inspire artwork. Instructor, Clara-Julia, will help you layer a rich tapestry of tradition, culture, seasonal intentions, dreams, emotions, and a boundless world of creativity. This workshop will help you connect with your artistic side in a sustainable and supportive space whether you are a beginner or more experienced.
- No previous experience necessary; bring your love of learning
- Registration closes Saturday, March 16th at 4:00pm
- Ticket price includes supply fees
- Class details will be emailed closer to the program date!
About the instructor: Clara-Julia Peru is a poet, photographer, artist, and nature guide from Marseille, France. After a career in fine dining and event planning, in arts management and higher education, she currently tailors creative and seasonal workshops. These workshops support a variety of educational, environmental, and health organizations that promote sustainability, artistic expression and wellness. She guides her participants with trust, respect, and self empowerment thanks to her skills in Emotional Focus Therapy, in MHFA, and as a Wilderness First Aid instructor.
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