MAY 24th IN-PERSON -  Art Makes Meaning - Art as Spiritual Practice with Hannah Schaler
MAY 24th IN-PERSON -  Art Makes Meaning - Art as Spiritual Practice with Hannah Schaler
MAY 24th IN-PERSON -  Art Makes Meaning - Art as Spiritual Practice with Hannah Schaler
MAY 24th IN-PERSON -  Art Makes Meaning - Art as Spiritual Practice with Hannah Schaler

MAY 24th IN-PERSON - Art Makes Meaning - Art as Spiritual Practice with Hannah Schaler

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Course Description: 

This workshop will expand your spiritual practice into the creative realms! Participants will learn how making and viewing art affects neurocognition and explore how your art practice deepens the meaning of life experiences.

Following a series of prompts, participants will explore spiritual themes using any preferred medium (choice of painting, drawing, collage, or mixed media), resulting in a resonant piece of art that depicts your beliefs, connections to higher powers, and personal experiences with life, death, and everything in between.

This workshop is led by an art therapist, but it is not group art therapy. However, participants will learn how to identify subconscious material in their artwork and practice sharing the meaning of their art.

You will head home with your artwork, a handmade book of art therapy prompts, and plenty of resources for deeper education about art as a spiritual practice.


Age Group: Adults (18 and over)

Level: All levels welcome

Workshop Info:
Date: Friday, May 24, 2024

Time: 6-9pm

These Hands Maker's Collective
13347 W. Washington Blvd., Unit A
Los Angeles, CA 90066 

About the Artist:

Hannah Schaler is a local artist and art therapist with a dual background in the arts and fitness/wellness. For her entire life, she has walked the line between arts and sciences, always wondering how it all fits together and what the heck it all means?! Hannah completed her AA in Studio Art at Florida State University, BA in Art History from the University of Florida, and MA in Art Therapy from Loyola Marymount University. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and has taught yoga and mindfulness for more than 14 years. Her personal art practice mixes mediums such as on fibers, paint, drawing to create large-scale images that confront systems of oppression in our society. She has a private art therapy practice in Santa Monica, and she spends her down time singing along to Broadway, sewing garments, or playing tennis.


Our Terms: By signing up for a workshop or attending a function which we are hosting, you agree to the terms and conditions stated herein. You do hereby release THESE HANDS, LLC. or any person or persons acting on its behalf from liability for any bodily injuries sustained, or for loss or damage of any personal articles while on the premises or while participating in any activity sponsored by THESE HANDS, LLC. Furthermore, the undersigned agrees that in the event medical attention is required due to accident or illness, THESE HANDS, LLC. shall, without accepting fiscal responsibility, seek such medical services as it deems necessary and appropriate through EMs/911 and/or local hospitals.

Media Release: I hereby allow THESE HANDS, LLC. to take photographs, video, or audio of me and to use such materials for promotional and archival purposes only. If you wish to opt out, please make the instructor aware of that prior to the start of class.

Class / Workshop Etiquette: All scheduled classes and workshops start and end on time. Please be prompt in your arrival and departure, as we often have other classes starting after yours. Arriving 30 minutes late to a class counts as a no-show, and no make up class will be offered. Teachers are subject to change.

Refund policy: THESE HANDS, LLC. reserves the right to cancel any class due to low enrollment or unforeseen teacher conflicts. If a class is cancelled, we will do our best to reschedule the session.  If you are unable to attend, you will be issued a refund. 

Cancellation Policy: You may cancel a class for a full refund 21 days in advance of class/workshop start date. After that, the class is non-refundable.  This applies to all regular workshops. We treat transfers the same as we do with cancellations.  Transfers are only possible if you let us know 21 days in advance.  The only exception that we make is if the class is sold out and has a waiting list.  We can then try to fill your spot with a student from that list.

COVID policy: If you test positive for COVID, please do not attend your scheduled workshop.  Instead please contact us and let us know that you cannot attend.  If you would like to receive a credit towards a future workshop, please email us your Positive PCR results (it must be a valid test with your name included) or a doctor's note.  No refunds will be issued.

Gift Cards: Gift certificates can be applied toward all workshops, labs or These Hands Makers Collective merchandise.  Gift Cards can not be redeemed for cash.  Gift Cards do not expire.

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