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Breath-Body-Sound

Somatic connectedness through sound and art.

Fri, Mar 8th 6:30 pm in the Creativity Center Classroom One

$35
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$30
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Dive into an immersive experience via grounding the body through art, sound, meditation, and more. The flow of this workshop provides focus and calm to the participants, so they walk away with tangible techniques to better their mental health. The program is circular: breath (meditation), mandala-making (art), then group reflection on the process of making the art and its emotional effects. Jeanne Marie will then lead her sound session, and another art-making experience will stem from the effects of the sound on participants, followed by a group discussion and closing breath.

An exciting and unique  workshop with two local artists, directly engaging with the community using ancient art forms which amplify our physical and mental well being. This is an extension of Zoē’s Art To The People program which took place at Creative Alliance from 2022–2023.

Where: Creativity Center, 3137 Eastern Ave. Baltimore MD 21224
When: MAR 8 | 6:30-8:30PM
Age Range: 22+
Cost: $35 standard, $30 members
Materials: All supplies provided!

Instructor Bios
Zoë Lintzeris is a visual artist and certified Arts in Health specialist. Her paintings and photographs has been featured in several group and solo exhibitions in Maryland and New York, and she leads workshops at various healthcare and cultural spaces, including The League for People With Disabilities, Ulman Foundation, Creative Alliance, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and LifeBridge Health, to amplify the connection between art-making and well-being.

Jeanne Marie Martineau is a French-American transdisciplinary artist and facilitator who weaves various mediums of object making, writing, dream tending, song and sound meditation into a unified peace practice and experiences of artistic self-discovery for others. She is the 2023 recipient of the Maryland State Arts Council Professional Development Opportunity Grant and the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts Office of the Mayor Individual Artist Award from the Creative Baltimore Fund.

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