Transformed by clay & fire

Back in the spring, I attended a sculpture exhibition of works created by students of the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic art therapy group at the Gardiner Museum. While there, I had the opportunity to view the work and speak with a few of the participants, women survivors of violence and abuse, about their work andContinue reading “Transformed by clay & fire”

See Us Rise Hear Us Roar – hands on clay as healing process

I had the opportunity to attend an extraordinary sculpture exhibit at the Gardiner Museum last night: See Us Rise Hear Us Roar. The work is the result of an 11-week long sculpture class – a partnership between the Gardiner and the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic. A response to a previous exhibit Out of the MudContinue reading “See Us Rise Hear Us Roar – hands on clay as healing process”