Creativity and Resilience’ through the expressive arts led by Pallavi Deshmukh
A 2-day workshop on ‘Creativity and Resilience’ through the expressive arts led by Pallavi Deshmukh. Open to All!
~Explore your innate creativity and resilience through different art forms like movement, music, visual arts, writing, etc through specific themes~
Days & Dates: Saturday, 14 August & Sunday, 15 August
Venue: Tara Hall
Time: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm on both days
Suggested donation (total for both days): INR 800
Registration fee: INR 500 (as a refundable deposit)
(In case of cancellation/no show, there will be no refund)
A few things to note and bring along for the workshop:
*Please wear comfortable clothing for ease during movement
*Don’t need to be trained in any art form (art, dance, etc) to participate
*Art materials will be provided by Deer Park Institute
A requirement of minimum 5 participants to conduct the workshop.
For interested participants, registration is mandatory, please drop in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday evening 06:00 pm to accommodate all art material requirements.
Know Your Facilitator – Pallavi Deshmukh is a
Creative Arts Therapy Practitioner with specialisations in movement and visual arts with other art forms as support interventions. She uses Mindfulness and the Buddhist philosophy as main orientations besides the Person-oriented approach in her practice.
Since 2019, Pallavi has worked with various populations across age groups and settings including NGOs, old age homes, community centers, semi-residential schools. She has also worked with differently-abled children facilitating arts-based interventions virtually for their holistic development and growth. Pallavi conducts group workshops (online and offline) and also individual clients for therapy online, also collaborates with various organisations for drop-in/series of workshops with different populations from time to time.
For more information, you can visit: pallavi_creativeartstherapy (Instagram)