SELF REFLECTIVE DRAWING
inspired by horses and nature
An experiential, visual thinking workshop to listen to the language you use and get curious! We will meet the herd at Pebble Ledge Ranch, write, draw and share (not necessarily in that order). And don't worry, you can draw. You can draw a dot, a line, a squiggle! That's where we'll start - just making marks!
Join us for a Friday night of crayons, conversations and connecting with horses and each other!
Friday, October 19, 2018
at Pebble Ledge Ranch in Novelty, Ohio
from 5 - 8pm
REGISTER: send email w/ your name, address, phone + hopes for the workshop:
WHAT YOU'LL GET OUT OF THE WORKSHOP
- an opportunity to pause, get quiet and listen
- acknowledgement of your relationship to listening
- invitation to cultivate + nurture your relationship to drawing
- the know-how to build your own self-reflective drawing practice
- time to play and explore with markers and crayons in hand
- to be with experts who listen in the moment (the herd!)
- opportunity to share your voice + listen in community
AMANDA LYONS: "Goodmorning!"
Lyons can listen, talk and draw for ages, connecting models such as Theory U, creative problem solving methods + whatever challenge you’re currently grappling with towards some new perspective or way of looking at ‘it’ that you couldn’t have imagined without the marker. It's about getting creative.
Professional credentials include making art AND hosting fun learning workshops AND working with Fortune 500 companies, big and small for-profits and not-for-profits as a facilitator in a variety of ways in rooms with 2 to 1000 people. Lyons holds degrees in studio art & english as well as organization development and strategic human resources. She recently received her 200hr yoga teacher certificate from Sacred Brooklyn yoga studio and is excited to bring elements of yoga to her work.
Ultimately it's about connection + creativity + productivity + fun! She focuses on authentically finding meaning and voice through art + body + nature +.... Yada yada yada.
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This workshop falls within the Experiential Learning with Horses program. It can be taken with it or on its own.