Trey applied for a grant through the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council and was awarded funds to create this program. The program will consist of explaining and training participants to effectively teach and lead their own ‘Healing through Art’ programs.
HEALING THROUGH ART TRAINING WORKSHOP
Have you ever wanted to help others by hosting a “Healing though Art” workshop? Have you felt that you have been called to help others but you don’ t know how, don’t think you can or don’t think you have a talent for it? Then this is the workshop for you!
“Healing through Art” is a curriculum based series of classes that will help you build a steady clientele and help others heal by using simple art techniques.
There will be hands on training, ways on how to budget this type of program, and various options you can choose to make a weeks long course or a one day event. Anyone and everyone can do this! And best of all…IT’S FREE!
Trey says, “If you are a teacher, health or human services worker, hospice worker, care giver, assisted living or nursing home staff, library staff, public and private educator, lay worker, pastor, or if you are just interested in helping others become more healthy in body, mind, and spirit through creativity then this training workshop is for you.”
FOSSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY: JUNE 28, 2014 10:00-3:00
HALLOCK CITY HALL
JULY 26, 2014 10:00-3:00
ROSEAU PUBLIC LIBRARY:
AUGUST 23, 2014 10:00-3:00.
Space is limited and registration is appreciated! Please call Trey at (218) 280-4917
This workshop is funded in part through the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council.
Minnesota State Arts BoardEnsuring all Minnesotans have the opportunity to participate in the Arts
Wednesday, June 25, 3:00 p.m.
The Webinar is free of charge, but advance registration is strongly encouraged. Register here.
- On the day of the session, you may choose to listen to the audio portion by phone or through a computer.
- If you want to view the visual presentation and ask questions, you’ll need access to the Internet.
- The following browsers are recommended: Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.
We plan to start the presentation on time, so please join the session five minutes early.
- Enter the conference code: 419 88 86 #
- When prompted, say your name.
- Enter the conference dial-in number: (800) 920-7487.
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- Enter your first and last name
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- When asked “Do you prefer to listen to the conference through the Web or by phone?” be aware that if you select “Web,” you must have a speaker in order to hear the audio.
- You can ask questions by entering them on your keyboard in the chat box on the left.
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