Online Workshop: Connecting with Self: Expressive Arts Life Portraits ~ with Natan Daskal

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Friday, May 26 | 9am-12pm Pacific Time | Cost: $45

Who are you in this moment of your life? How connected do you feel to yourself, and to the deeper realms of soul? What beneath the surface is calling for your attention, asking to be seen and acknowledged? We will spend this workshop moving, drawing, and writing as we ask these questions, using the expressive arts to hold a metaphorical mirror up to ourselves and our lives.

Through the self-portrait process, we will identify our current state and then explore ways to connect with deeper layers, inviting a creative encounter with Self and Soul.

No art or dance experience needed.

To get the most out of this online class, please prepare a comfortable space to move in with access to your online device. Also, have art supplies ready at hand for the drawing activity and paper and pen for journaling and creative writing exercises.

Please note: Tamalpa does not record nor permit the recording of any classes or workshops due to the sensitive and sometimes vulnerable nature of the work, and to protect student privacy.

Natan Daskal’s background in theater, dance, design and fine arts combine with his love of nature, dedication to social justice, and commitment to personal development under Tamalpa Institute’s approach to learning and living artfully. He has taught movement and the expressive arts to children, youth, and adults in diverse settings. Natan is a member of Tamalpa’s core faculty, and has extensive teaching experience working directly with Anna Halprin as her teaching assistant in public workshops and classes. Natan studied ballet at the Joffrey School in New York City, received his BFA in Communication Design at Parsons the New School for Design, and received his MA in Education at Goddard College where he studied the intersection of somatics, creativity, and community education.

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