Our inner life has movement. That movement can be tracked. We can track it with a paintbrush, our bodies, our words. This workshop’s aim is to strengthen our resonance with the space between inner movement and outer expression. Please have oil pastels or crayons and some drawing paper handy. This drawing will draw upon the movement within. Other modalities will be included to flesh out our ability to participate with our vibrant inner life, in the world. Imagination is the bridge.
This 2 hour workshop will be a blend of presentation, experiential process, sharing, discussion, Q and A.
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Please note: This is a live, interactive workshop, and an opportunity to participate in learning from one of the “pioneers” of Expressive Arts. The session will not be recorded.
is the founding director of World Arts Organization, an expressive arts training program in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He is senior faculty at The European Graduate School in Switzerland and is adjunct faculty at the St. Stephen’s College Art Therapy Program. His doctoral arts-based-research-project was as director/choreographer in residence at the Arts-based- Research Studio at the University of Alberta. Recently, Markus conducted workshops at the Kutenai Art Therapy Institute in Nelson, BC and at TAE Expressive Arts Training Program in Lima, Peru. Last spring, Markus taught in in China, at the EXA Symposium in Ireland and at the new EGS campus in Malta.