Adriana’s Schedule

Workshops, Online Classes & More…

International Expressive Arts Therapy Association’s (IEATA) 2022 Conference

Friday, January 14, 2022 to Sunday, January 16, 2022

Adriana will be presenting “Selfie as Self-Exploration: Unmasking Our Identity through Movement and Cell Phone Photography” On Saturday, January 15, 2022 as part of the conference.

Resgister HERE.

 

The Tamalpa Institute presents: Time to Dream: A New Year’s Visioning Online Workshop 

Friday, January 28th | 10AM – 1PM PST | $40

As we emerge from a time of uncertainty, isolation and disorientation, let’s begin the New Year by opening a space for creative dialog with your deeper dreams and visions. In this workshop, you will use the Tamalpa Life/Art practices of movement, drawing and writing as you step out of your daily routine to create possibilities for growth and expansion. With the support of the group container, you will have the opportunity to reflect on the obstacles that block you, the situations that challenge you, and embody the postures and dances that want to arise. You will leave with tools to bring into your life, including creative exercises and concrete action steps to nurture artistic expression and aliveness throughout the coming new year.

Register HERE.

 

Don’t Miss the Premiere of The Creative High Documentary!

Join Adriana and Producer Dianne Griffin at San Francisco IndieFest in early February for the long awaited premiere of her second documentary film, The Creative High. The documentary features nine artists in recovery from addiction who are transformed by creativity in their turbulent search for identity and freedom. There will be one in-person screening at the historic Roxie Theater in the Mission District, as well as a virtual screening. Date and Time TBA. Sign up on the film mailing list for updates. 

If you wish to work with me individually, contact me at adriana@art-cures.com.

 

To book a private training or workshop, please contact me directly.

‘Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.’

– Twyla Tharp