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Art Workshops

Express. Connect. Grow.

Do you feel overwhelmed or pressured by the challenges in your life?

Everyone feels this way at times. Slowing down to express and process these feelings through art can help us find improved overall well-being.

Join us on a journey

Of self-expression, self-discovery, and stress relief in one of our cohort series art workshops to explore your ideas, feelings, and find community with others.
No prior art experience necessary.

  • Post-COVID Peace & Healing. An Art Workshop
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peace and healing through art workshops

Post-Covid Peace and Healing Through Art
This workshop invites participants to explore a journey of peace and healing through creative arts by transforming unpeaceful aspects in life into peaceful ones. In this 4-day workshop, participants will use creative methods to consider their challenges and learn to address and overcome them through the therapeutic and healing aspects of art, peace and transformation.

This workshop is open to anyone age 18 and up.

Mousumi DePhD

Mousumi De, PhD has a background in using visual arts, media and new media technologies, including Makerspaces, for multicultural and peace education, social justice education, conflict transformation, education for global citizenship and sustainable development, STEM education, social and emotional learning, and social development of minority, marginalized and indigenous communities. De also focuses on technology integration in art education and art-based teaching, learning and assessment. De has a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Indiana University, Bloomington, with a major in Art Education and minor in Educational Psychology. De received the 2019 Dissertation Award for Outstanding National Recognition in Art Education, from the United States Society for Education through Art (USSEA) and honored as an Emerging Scholar in 2016 by the International Society for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL).

De was Assistant Professor of Art Education in the School of Art at Bowling Green State University, Adjunct Lecturer of Art Education at California State University Long Beach, and Associate Instructor in the School of Education at Indiana University. De has also worked as Educational Technology Specialist, Online Learning Support Assistant and Researcher on various educational and social development projects in US, UK and India. De has over ten years teaching experience in higher education including online and hybrid courses to education and non-education majors. She has worked with children and youth from minority communities in the UK, inner-city, internally displaced, migrant and urban communities in India, and rural, low-socioeconomic, refugee, special needs and minority communities in US.

De’s commitment to social justice, diversity and inclusion reflects in her teaching, research and service. She is especially interested in promoting use of technology in education among women and girls.

peace and healing through art workshops

Post-Covid Peace and Healing Through Art
This workshop invites participants to explore a journey of peace and healing through creative arts by transforming unpeaceful aspects in life into peaceful ones. In this 4-day workshop, participants will use creative methods to consider their challenges and learn to address and overcome them through the therapeutic and healing aspects of art, peace and transformation.

This workshop is open to anyone age 18 and up.

Mousumi DePhD

Mousumi De, PhD has a background in using visual arts, media and new media technologies, including Makerspaces, for multicultural and peace education, social justice education, conflict transformation, education for global citizenship and sustainable development, STEM education, social and emotional learning, and social development of minority, marginalized and indigenous communities. De also focuses on technology integration in art education and art-based teaching, learning and assessment. De has a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Indiana University, Bloomington, with a major in Art Education and minor in Educational Psychology. De received the 2019 Dissertation Award for Outstanding National Recognition in Art Education, from the United States Society for Education through Art (USSEA) and honored as an Emerging Scholar in 2016 by the International Society for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL).

De was Assistant Professor of Art Education in the School of Art at Bowling Green State University, Adjunct Lecturer of Art Education at California State University Long Beach, and Associate Instructor in the School of Education at Indiana University. De has also worked as Educational Technology Specialist, Online Learning Support Assistant and Researcher on various educational and social development projects in US, UK and India. De has over ten years teaching experience in higher education including online and hybrid courses to education and non-education majors. She has worked with children and youth from minority communities in the UK, inner-city, internally displaced, migrant and urban communities in India, and rural, low-socioeconomic, refugee, special needs and minority communities in US.

De’s commitment to social justice, diversity and inclusion reflects in her teaching, research and service. She is especially interested in promoting use of technology in education among women and girls.

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