Adriana works with artists of all types. Her artistic skills provide a strong foundation for consultations with artists, dancers, performers, designers or anyone who is interested in creative pursuits. Adriana assists people in developing intentions and concrete steps to move their creativity to the next level. She also has a unique focus supporting creative people who have struggled with addiction, trauma and grief.
Adriana has been actively engaged in the world of the arts for more than twenty years with education and training in photography and mixed-media works, dance and movement-based improvisation, Argentine tango, filmmaking and in her role as art curator. She has dabbled in many other art forms, writes poetry and enjoys nurturing creativity in her daily life. For eight years she worked at the California Institute of Integral Studies where she created and directed an innovative exhibit program, Spirit in the Arts (now Arts at CIIS), which focused on creative applications to psychology, spirituality, education and activism. For the last fifteen years, Adriana has taught classes and workshops in the creative process and has guided hundreds of students through her teaching work at the Tamalpa Institute in the method of the Life/Art Process. The Life/Art Process is a movement-based approach that serves as a vibrant method for establishing health and well-being in individuals, groups and communities. Her current film projects include When the Fall Comes and The Creative High (in production). (links). Adriana was awarded Artist of the Year in 2016 through In Recovery magazine.
Adriana works out of her private office in a central location in San Francisco, California. In addition to in-person sessions, she offers Zoom sessions both nationally and internationally. Free 15 minute phone consultation for first time clients.
To schedule an individual session, contact Adriana at email@example.com