Healing Through Art

Wednesday, February 10th | 6:00pm – 6:30pm

Wednesday, February 17th | 6:00pm – 6:30pm

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Note: You are not required to register for both dates, but they will be two different experiences so you are welcome to register for both!

About this event

Regardless of personal experience or skill, making art is a compelling way to help us cope, understand, and explore complex life experiences and personal journeys.

In these workshops centered around ideas and principles used in art therapy, we’ll be using simple tools that you can find around the house such as pens, pencils, and paper to explore expression, grief, and empowerment - encouraging communication and understanding through art.


Itinerary

This event will offer 15-20 minutes of a guided art therapy activity, and additional time for sharing, Q&A, and open conversation within the group. Participation in conversation is greatly encouraged for the best possible experience, but not required.

This workshop will be offered on multiple dates: Wednesday, February 10th | 6:00pm – 6:30pm

Wednesday, February 17th | 6:00pm – 6:30pm

*Guests are only required to register for 1 workshop, but each workshop will be a different experience, so we encourage you to sign up for both if you’re interested! This event is free and open to all skills levels - No artistic experience required!

Please bring paper, pens, and any other writing or drawing materials to the event.

Your Instructor

Ann E. Lawton is an artist, art therapist, and art educator living in River Falls, Wisconsin. In her art therapy work, Ann has worked with a variety of populations in the St. Croix Valley of Western Wisconsin and Minnesota, working with diverse populations, which include clients living respectively with depression, anxiety, addiction, and trauma. Regardless of the specific therapeutic needs, Ann has witnessed the power of art therapy through working with clients and providing them with the opportunity to participate in the innate life force of healing through creativity. In addition to her art therapy practice, Ann also teaches full time at the University of Wisconsin—River Falls.

Lakewood Experience Series

This event is part of the Lakewood Experience Series, a series of events and activities that are intended to encourage and support personal reflection and creative expression.

Virtual Experience

This workshop will take place over Zoom. You will receive an email with the Zoom link on the day of the event. If you do not receive the link, please check your spam folder on your email or reach out to amandal@lakewoodcemetery.org

Unfortunately, due to the interactive nature of this workshop, guests will not be able to call in through a phone. You will need to see the instructor’s screen.

Questions? Contact Lakewood Events at (612) 540-5165‬ or send an email to amandal@lakewoodcemetery.org.

Lakewood Heritage Foundation

This event is free however we invite you to make a donation to the Lakewood Heritage Foundation. Donations to the Lakewood Heritage Foundation support educational programming and the preservation and restoration of Lakewood’s landscape, art, architecture and public spaces—for the benefit of all.

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