Art

  • Stony Point Center is a retreat and conference center 35 miles north of NY City in the lower Hudson River Valley. Along with the running of a conference center, we are unique in the fact that there is a continuing and intentional multi-faith community of Muslim, Christians and Jews, known as the Community of Living Traditions. The Art Space, as well as the 1-acre farm, compliments the community's collective efforts to generate the seeds of positive change in the world.

  • The Yellow Door Hive is a space where you can engage in various activities or lead your own. It offers a warm environment where everyone is accepted, supported, and encouraged to grow.

    Recurrent weekly activities include woodcarving, art hive, meditation, tea sessions, yoga and movement/dance. 

    To see what else goes on at The Yellow Door check out their website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Yellow-DoorLa-Porte-Jaune/15769218764...

  • A creative incubator where artists with and without disabilities gather to connect, create and exhibit.  A multi-generational community that offers studio space for adults, summer classes for kids and workshops for all.  The space is also available for sublease for artists groups and performances.  

  • S.A.Y. (Stories - Art - You) is a project based in Malmö - Sweden, for youth and young adults with experience of migration. 

    S.A.Y. is about learning from each other and expressing important questions through various artistic forms. 

    S.A.Y. is questionning which stories and voices are seen and heard in the society.

  • DitArt is an internationally oriented community cultural center, made available by Ekphrasis Studio. It offers a space for creative minds, but not only, for meetings, workshops, exhibitions,  book promotions and other cultural events! Our creative interaction occurs not only indoors but also in alternative spaces by involving local and international communities, experts and the general public! Please, feel free to write to us contact@ekphrasistudio.com if you have any ideas or plans to organize events

  • A pop-up event! Come experience the fusion of art. All local adult artists will be invited to produce and experience poetry, art, and music together. All participants, who share similar fears and anxieties, are able to use art as an outlet for their emotions with no limitations. Open mic performances on stage, along with attendees participating in expressive painting on shoes bring together this “Finding Your Sole” experience.

  • The Science Shop is Art Hives Network’s new initiative in collaboration with Vanier College and Concordia’s office of the VP, graduate and research department. The aim of these public science events is engage the community in public conversations about the intersection between science and creativity. Taking place in the community art studio La Ruche d’Art, a life sized cabinet of curiosities packed with art supplies, a multitude of art made by community members and a whole host of odds and ends, one may think it an odd place to be discussing molecules and mutations, among others.

  • Violet Hive Art Therapy's mission is to help our clients and participants to recognize their strengths, overcome challenges and move forward with their dreams through art and creative expression. At Violet Hive we have thoroughly trained and competent artists and therapists available to meet the needs of children, adults and families living in the Denver area. We offer a full range of services including open art studios, workshops as well as individual and group therapy. Our approach is holistic, strength-based and client-centered. 

     

     

  • WHO WE ARE
    Art Forms is a youth arts organization designed to provide art-making opportunities to youth who are "on the fringe." We believe in the transformative power of the arts, particularly for marginalized groups. Our space on James Street North is perfectly poised to attract a wide variety of groups since we are located in the heart of Hamilton’s art district, which also houses a handful of youth services. Art Forms has one full-time staff, a steering committee who provides governance, and several community and program partners who contribute in different ways.

  • The Corner Brook Open Art Studio is a community art center that welcomes everyone as an artist, regardless of age or ability. It is all about respect and inclusion, where you can explore your creativity in a relaxing, stress-free environment. Drop in and use the wide variety of materials offered here or you can bring your own supplies – the choice is yours! The open art studio is about building self-respect, empowerment and community, and not so much about technical know-how.

  • Though the team at The 296 Project doesn't offer Art Therapy directly, it is very much at the core of what we do to provide the resources to a program participant who is in need.

    We believe that Art Therapy, as in any form of creative expression, can give our program participants a voice where they may not have had one before. The tenets of art therapy involve humanism, creativity, reconciling emotional conflicts, fostering self-awareness, and personal growth.

  • The school in the atelier is a project born from the desire to live a creative morning, or catch a show in the  firefly theater-studio. 

    Space is studied in detail to facilitate listening or the feasibility of the laboratory .

    The project is open to all students in the primary, secondary and higher education, to carry out, together with their teachers, their educational projects with the pleasure of enjoying a morning workshop or performance.

     

  •     It wasn’t expected that I would find a place like La Lucciola; it was just an uncanny coincidence, one that fell right from the sky into my lap. I was walking with a friend along Via Cavour, in downtown Palermo, Sicily, and I caught sight of the little theatre from across the street. “Let’s go there,” I said catching sight of the bright murals on the outside door. It was locked, but I rang the doorbell, and I was very happy that I did. It was my first meeting with Nadia, a bright, cheerful 30-something woman with wild curly hair.

  • A research team led by neurologists Anne Bolwerk and Christian Maihofner reports “the production of visual art improves effective interaction” between certain regions of the brain.

    What’s more, this improvement in brain function—found in a small group of new retirees who took a class in which they created paintings and drawings—was matched by self-reports of strengthened psychological resilience.

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