The Boise State Arts Resilience Cooperative presents “Exploring Resiliency Skills through the art of Printmaking,” 1-5 p.m. on Friday, April 22 in the printmaking lab in the Center for Visual Arts.
The workshop introduces participants to the wonder and creative potential of printmaking while learning the biology of stress reactions on the nervous system and inner resilience to bring it back into balance, building resilience skills and improving emotional and physical well-being. Mindfulness, empathy and improving relationships with self and other through visual art are central to the cooperative’s mission.
Alyssa Reynolds, clinical assistant professor, MSW and LCSW and Jill AnnieMargaret, professor and head of printmaking will co-facilitate the free workshop which is limited to eight participants.
Approximately 30 minutes of pre-workshop involvement will be needed in preparation for the workshop.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about this workshop.