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|Self as Super Hero - Visual Arts and Social Justice Workshop|
|Date||Saturday February 11|
|Time||9:30 AM - 2:30 PM|
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|St. Mary’s Center, 925 Brockhurst Street, Oakland, CA 94608|
|youthassistants [at] ahc-oakland.org|
|Address||3278 West St. Oakland, CA 94608|
Join AHC for a 10-hour visual Arts and Social Justice Workshop on the creation of the Self as Super Hero. The ArtEsteem Self as Super Hero curriculum was inspired by our current need for heroes for our children, youth and communities. The ArtEsteem Super Hero is a re-created version of self that embodies superpowers that help create a more loving and peaceful world. The workshop provides a platform for self-development, cultural sensibilities, inner awareness, and an innovative approach to arts integration while exploring voice and vision for solving our most critical problems in the community and in the world.Added to the calendar on Thursday Jan 12th, 2012 12:05 PM
Part I – Saturday, February 11, 2012
9AM to 2:30PM
Part II – Saturday, February 18, 2012
9AM to 2:30 PM
This workshop includes the provision of the newly released Self as Super Hero book which includes State Standards for visual and language arts, tools for classroom communication and management, vocabulary words and definitions, five comprehensive – integrated lessons that lead participants through the process of ultimately creating the life-size portrait and more.
Workshop presenters: Amana Harris, MAT // Author of the Self as Super Hero: Handbook on Creating the Life-Size Self-Portrait and Kim Turner, BA // Coordinator of the ArtEsteem Program, an art and social justice program of AHC.
Cost: $195 (Partial Scholarships available and purchase of book required if not paying full cost of the workshop)
CEU’s available for LCSW’s and MFT’s // CEU’s for educations requires an additional cost.
To register go to: http://www.ahc-oakland.org and for more information call (510) 652-5530 or email: artesteem [at] ahc-oakland.org