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Art Sharing Group for “HeARTspace Soul Art for Parents”
October 30, 2022 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
See info about SueEllen and HeARTspace Soul Art for Parents here: [https://heartspace.us/](https://heartspace.us/)
You are invited to attend this 1 hour art-sharing and support group **after** you attend a one-on-one orientation with SueEllen. (see orientation event post to attend) Then, you may attend a group to just observe until you feel comfortable sharing your art. Or**,** you can just jump right in and share!
**To receive the Zoom link and attend, send me a message through meetup.**
*To make these offerings accessible to all parents, digital donations are gratefully accepted for the orientation and parents sharing circle.(firstname.lastname@example.org in Paypal) There is no judgement if you can pay nothing.*
**Think of it as an “ART-MAKING PRESCHOOL for PARENTS”!**
Remember “show and tell time” in Preschool or Kindergarten? Well, this will be your time to do just that. But first you need to make art to show and tell about!
So you will need to set aside a time and space to make your art at home and be brave enough to know you can do it. Then you can join with other parents on Zoom to share.
SueEllen will help you get started in the one-on-one orientation and hold space for the sharing.
**HeARTspace for you at home is:**
Finding your personal artspace
Choosing your art mediums
Making art from your heart
Finding your artist within
Letting your knowing flow
Clearing your head
Getting back to yourself
**HeARTspace with others on Zoom is:**
Sharing your art
Telling your art-making stories
Letting your art speak for you
Receiving listening and support
Finding insight and clarity
Sharing your journey
Making new friends
**HeARTspace sharing is safe from:**
***No one else can know your art…only you can know.***
**From a past participant in this process:**
“It’s not about figuring it all out. It’s about finding a new way of knowing.”