Head & HeART : creating our recovery

Head & HeART : creating our recovery

When:
May 13, 2019 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
2019-05-13T17:30:00+00:00
2019-05-13T20:30:00+00:00
Where:
Copious
2220 NW Market St
Seattle WA 98107
Cost:
Free

In collaboration with Eating Recovery Center and Insight Behavioral Health Centers, Thrivent Financial, and NAMI Seattle, we present “Head & HeART: creating our recovery” – a community event including art, creative writing workshops, and refreshments.
This will be an interactive art gallery event on May 13th featuring the healing power of creativity in recovery. All art that will be showcased has been submitted by alumni and community members of Eating Recovery Center and Insight Behavioral Health Centers. Additionally, we will be leading workshops on stream of consciousness writing and origami. Both workshops will be short and held twice, so everyone can take both if they choose to do so.
 
Doors at 5:30pm, workshops will begin at 6pm.

This is a Pay What You Can event with a suggested donation of $10.

This will be an interactive art gallery event on May 13th featuring the healing power of creativity in recovery. Please consider contributing any art that you may have created or connected to while in treatment, during tough moments of recovery, or any other moments in the roller coaster that is healing. The last day for submissions will be May 1st.

 

Art translates to: paintings, songs, poetry/writing, dance, or any other creative expression that has brought you to life. This can also be art that you didn’t personally create- but connected to in a way that was healing/helpful to you during a time of struggle.

If you’d like your art to be  shown at this event, please email your art to Dominica.Selvaggio@EatingRecovery.com with a 3-10 sentence description below. Questions to consider for the description might be:

  • What is this art about?
  • What does it mean to you?
  • How did you feel while creating it/connecting to it?
  • What was happening in your life during that time?
  • How did it help you in your recovery?

All work featured in this event will be anonymous, so no need to worry about your identity being revealed. Your confidentiality will be protected.

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