Join us to make a “self-portrait” of your inner self using methods of “blind drawing,” which involves closing your eyes and learning to using your other senses.
We will discuss the differences between our “inner” and “outer” selves, how they do or do not “match up” to each other. The workshop will provide an opportunity for you to explore what the self is and how we define ourselves to ourselves and to others.
We will utilize black scratch-off boards in order to create unexpected artistic results.
No previous art experience is required.
Adam Chambers is the Healing Through the Arts Coordinator at Toivo. He is also an artist, poet, composer, and certified Recovery Support Specialist who is a survivor of childhood sexual trauma. Creativity has been essential to him in his life as a healing tool. Adam’s art has been included in several exhibitions, and he has published 19 books of poetry as well as ten albums of his original music. Adam has extensive experience conducting creative arts workshops for youth, seniors, people experiencing homelessness, and individuals in recovery from various challenges to their mental health.