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Vision Boarding (Teens)

as part of Project: Identity Teen Art Studio
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  • November 3rd 2020 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Please note that for your safety, capacity is limited to 10 participants per session.

  • The Conservatory
  • Free - RSVP required.

Young people today are experiencing more stress than ever before with the everyday pressures of school, family, and social life. COVID-19 brought with it a whole new set of stressors, including adjusting to online learning, boredom, and isolating from friends. It is our goal with these free and creative sessions to provide a safe space for teens to connect, communicate, and create with peers who share interests. 

There is only one major rule to creating a vision board: there aren't any rules. Visualization is one of the most powerful mind exercises you can do. In the final session of the series, we’ll show you how to create a vision board that helps you identify and visualize the things you want and actually bring them to life!

To attend this session, please RSVP using the form below. Please note that for your safety, capacity for this event is extremely limited.

Meet Your Teaching Artists:

Michael Coney

Lead Teaching Artist

Michael Coney is an immersive storyteller and media creator who graduated from Purchase College's Communications and Media program. He’s worked with various organizations such as Human Relations Media, Columbia University's Digital Storytelling Lab and the Hurleyville Arts Centre. Michael is working to break new grounds in storytelling and teaching with unique twists on audio, video and computing.

Charley Gips

Assistant Teaching Artist

Charley Gips is a humble, spiritual, artistic, earth-loving healer who creates multimedia works that focus on motion, the cosmos, biomimicry, psychedelic imagery and the profound healing experience of the imagination. She creates in order to release energy and to expel her philosophy to the world; you cannot love another until you have fully learned to love yourself and to focus on envisioning a better future for all sentient creatures and future generations. 

About The Program:

Teen Art Studio at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is a space where teens can meet up and experience how art and creativity can lead to new perspectives, new connections, empowerment and freedom from stress, worry, and anxiety! No previous art experience necessary.

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