LOCATION: Figge Art Museum
Wednesdays at 1 p.m.: March 1, April 5
Join the conversation at these fun and informal sessions where we gather to talk about art. NO art background is necessary. These sessions are for everyone and all are welcome! Guests will be invited to look closely at two works of art in the collection, reflecting on what they see, think, and feel while connecting with the art. Conversations will be led by visual artist and art psychotherapist, Dana Keeton.
Participants will leave with supplies to continue their personal conversation through art-making. Free with membership or paid admission. Register for desired date(s) below:
Dana Keeton Bio:
Dana Keeton is a visual artist and art psychotherapist. Her most recent work explores the drama inherent in natural forms, cycles of creation and destruction, beauty found in the processes of decay, and the power of regeneration. Dana's background as a photojournalist and photography instructor led to an interest in using photography and other visual arts as a vehicle to engage others through creative practice. Working as both an art psychotherapist and visual artist informs and enriches both practices.