Steve and Ellen Levine were invited to Vancouver from November 9 to 19th to teach neutral mask and clown in a new expressive arts program founded by Heather Dawson, a highly experienced art therapist who received her Masters from EGS and is pursuing Doctoral studies at EGS as well. They worked with a group of 25 people in the first weekend and then a training group of ten people in the second weekend. As you can see from the pictures, the groups were lively, interesting and fun.
After a break for awhile, we hit the road again, traveling to California to teach at CIIS and Tamalpa Institute. At CIIS, we taught a 4-day Intermodal Expressive Arts course to second year students in the three-year Masters Program in Expressive Arts Therapy. At Tamalpa, we taught public workshops in Neutral Mask for one day and in Clown for another day.
A flyer from these workshops:
Stay tuned for more adventures....we are off now until September, spending our usual two months in Switzerland at EGS. Coming up in 2012 and 2013 are more trips: Vancouver, Istanbul, Moscow and more.....we will keep you posted!!
Have a great summer!!
This is a chronicle and conversation about the travels and teachings of expressive arts therapy.