Mandalas and Moon Journals (Appalachian Students & Community)

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February - April 2017

A Mandala Moon Journal is a container in which you document your emotions throughout the phase of one moon cycle. As the moon waxes and wanes you are invited to document how your emotions ebb and flow through words and mandalas. In this weekly workshop you learn techniques for creating mandalas that are placed daily in a black paper journal. Or you can attend this studio to make mandalas separate from the journal. “When we create a mandala, we create a personal symbol that reveals who we are in that moment…. we create our own sacred space, …a focus for the concentration for our energies.” Susanne F. Fincher, author of Creating Mandalas For Insight, Healing, and Self Expression.

Class is limited to maximum 10.

All materials are provided.

About the Instructor

Katrina Plato is a registered art therapist and a Ph.D. in expressive arts therapy. She teaches creative process in the art department, First Year Seminar and courses in the graduate expressive arts therapy certificate program. Katrina is also the chair of the RLC, Art Haus.

February - April 2017
TCVA 3200
Appalachian Students & Community
Free for Appalachian students, TCVA donor $10, non-donor $15

A Mandala Moon Journal is a container in which you document your emotions throughout the phase of one moon cycle. As the moon waxes and wanes you are invited to document how your emotions ebb and flow through words and mandalas. In this weekly workshop you learn techniques for creating mandalas that are placed daily in a black paper journal. Or you can attend this studio to make mandalas separate from the journal. “When we create a mandala, we create a personal symbol that reveals who we are in that moment…. we create our own sacred space, …a focus for the concentration for our energies.” Susanne F. Fincher, author of Creating Mandalas For Insight, Healing, and Self Expression.

Class is limited to maximum 10.

All materials are provided.

About the Instructor

Katrina Plato is a registered art therapist and a Ph.D. in expressive arts therapy. She teaches creative process in the art department, First Year Seminar and courses in the graduate expressive arts therapy certificate program. Katrina is also the chair of the RLC, Art Haus.

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How to register

Appalachian students must sign in at the front desk before each class. Students must present a valid Appalachian ID.

Prior registration and payment is required for community participants.

NOTE: Classes will be cancelled for inclement weather if Appalachian State University closes

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