|EMPOWERING EPIPHANY AN INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBITION
CURATED, CREATED, AND HOSTED BY ART 4 ALL PEOPLE
MUSE is growing with Art 4 All People
, Image of Co-Founders, Curators, and Creators Lisa Rasmussen MFA, Ceylan Hulya MA, and Tan
MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing Exhibition is a group exhibition designed to bring awareness about the intrinsic healing benefits of Art â€“both in viewing and creating art. Manifested by Art 4 All People LLC, a woman owned Transformative Arts Organization, MUSE is an integrative and intercultural art event.
MUSEâ€™s opening reception will feature an Arts and Healing festival, colored with ritual and reverence. Event is open to the public on Saturday July 12th 2014 from 1:00pm -6:00pm at the Commonweal Gallery, a nonprofit health and environmental research institute. 451 Mesa Rd. Bolinas, CA 94924. Become part of this global Arts and Healing movement. Event is open to the public on Saturday July 12th 2014 from 1:00pm -6:00pm at the Commonweal .
Art 4 All People is so excited to bring you are 13th Curated Exhibition and Social Sculpture to the world. MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing.
The collective group of artistâ€™s in MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing exhibit reveal a rich tapestry of reverence and ritual. We have brought together an eclectic international and multigenerational group of artists, who swim in the realms of art as an alchemic force. The art it self is the embodiment of healing. As one enters the sacred vessel(the gallery exhibit) that has been created through the archetypal evocation of the MUSE, the relationships between the artwork and the viewer are visceral and palpable. The exchange is dynamic.
MUSE is an enchanting offering of the art of healing, that inspires all to dance in the realms of art as form of empowerment and knowing. The intention for this Arts and Healing Exhibition is to harness the power of art, to create a deeper engagement and to shift the worldâ€™s attention towards empowerment, transformation and healing through Arts. The ultimate goal of the MUSE exhibit is to inspire, activate, educate and integrate Arts and Healing into our daily lives and systems. Lisa Rasmussen and Ceylan Hulya
Artistâ€™s in the exhibit
Robert Ball, Misha Flores, Lorien Eck, Kaaren Tekla Fladager, Alice Pennes, Marianne Barnard (M), Joel Bresolin, Sha Sha Higsby, Lisa Rasmussen, Tim Burns, Ruth Pasquine, Margaret Lindsey, Carol Duchamp, Kate Orrange, Elizabeth Addison and Pamela Blotner, Julia Weaver, Maureen Green, Martha Widmann, Xander Weaver-Scull, Judy Shintani, Bobbie Altman, Monique Aguerre, E. Marie Robertson, Ceylan Hulya, Mike Grady, Edie Hartshorne, Vijali Hamilton, Sandra Cohn, Deborah Koff Chapin, Gulay Alpay, Jais Booth, Michele de la Menardiere, Angela Hunter Geiss, Mark Wagner, Susanna Gallisdorfer,Leigh McCloskey, and Brian Leonard.
Schedule of Arts and Healing Events at MUSE on July 12th, 2014
1:00 - 1:10pm Opening the Circle with Lisa Rasmussen and Ceylan Hulya (Art 4 All People)
1:10- 1:30pm Evocation performance with Edie Hartshorne and Vajali Hamilton
2:00 â€“ 2:30 Healing Tribal Belly Dance Performance with Inna Dagman, to live music by David TwoHawk and Thom Golia.. Followed by a Dance Lesson, Embody the Divine Feminine (not only for women!) facilitation with Inna.
3:00 â€“ 3:20pm Poetry Reading and Performance with Sandra Cohn and Edie Hartshorne
4:00- 5:30pm Special Film Screening of Turning of the World Wheel â€œA Womanâ€™s Journey for Global Peaceâ€ A Film by Vijali Hamilton.
5:30pm Sha Sha Higsby Performance
5:45 pm Closing Circle with Palamo Pavel
6:00pm -7:00pm Join the conversation! Meet and Greet the Future of the Arts & Healing Movement. Open4 All Arts and Healing Gathering with JFKU Alumni, Students, and Faculty. Potluck bring something to share with the community.
Throughout the Opening of MUSE
Little MUSE's Kids Creation Station with Asia Pires. Drop the little ones off in the creative zone with a series of music and art workshops all inspired by the Muse for your little ones.
Interactive Creation Stations with the Create Peace Project Laurie Marshall and Julia Weaver, Prayer Flags with Margaret Lindsey, Journey Circle Cards with Cat Caracelo, A Nature Zone with Zach Pine~ Roving Eating Poetry Poet with Treats: Chaya Silberstein~ Eco Art workshop @ 1:30 with Jen Jastrub. The Eco Art workshop will be taking place simultaneously during the other events in the gallery.Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Light appetizers and refreshments provided.
*Please RSVP for this event at email@example.com. There is only a 200 people maximum at Commonweal. We encourage you to car pool as parking is limited. If you need assistance for car pooling e-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org. The best location to meet as a car pool is in Mill Valley under the highway 101 in the parking it is called Manzanita Park and Ride. We also encourage guests to bring a glass for your drink for less waste.
At the door there will be a suggested donation of $10.00 -$25.00 for this interactive event. You can pre pay at this link HERE. As well as at the Opening Celebration we will have many raffle prize to bid on. 20% percent of your donations will support The Art 4 All People Project. The A4AP Project provides free workshops and scholarships to marginalized communities. Currently, we are raising funds to facilitate a Free series of YogART workshops to the girls unit at the Mental Health at the Juvenile Hall in Oakland during the MUSE: The Art of Healing and Transformation. As well has we are campaigning to have a YogART Flash mob on Bakerbeach, advocating the art of healing.Support A4AP programs HERE