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Touch Drawing Workshop Facilitation

Discuss issues that relate to workshop facilitation - music, holding space, pricing, group dynamics. Ask questions, share what is working, and anounce a workshop report that you have put on your own blog.

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TD Workshop 12th May 2013 in Midland WA 1 Reply

Started by Janet Pfeiffer. Last reply by Deborah Koff-Chapin May 17, 2013.

A TD Class back in Aug 2012

Started by Janet Pfeiffer Apr 30, 2013.

Let's learn from, and about, each other! 28 Replies

Started by Kathleen Horne. Last reply by Rachél Payne Jun 4, 2012.

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Comment by Kathleen Horne on August 6, 2008 at 11:42am
Hi all....
I think it would be so helpful if we could learn from each other something about our settings, populations, fee scales, workshop formats, etc.

I am in Sarasota, FL in the winter and Cortes Island, BC from May to September. In Sarasota I teach Touch Drawing with Victoria Domenichello-Anderson at Ringling College of Art and Design, in the Art and Healing certificate program that we created together. A 7.5 hour "Introduction to Touch Drawing" course is required as part of this certificate. A "Touch Drawing 2" is an elective. In Intro to Touch Drawing, we teach it as 3 sessions, or one weekend. We do one in-depth TD experience, followed by a combination of artistic development (mounting, painting, etc) and expressive arts processing (writing, story, movement, sound, etc). We touch on the applications of TD. In Touch Drawing 2 we do another in-depth drawing session, and introduce Inner (partner) portraits and more applications of TD.

In addition, we teach Touch Drawing every 2 weeks at Expressive ARts Florida, our business (myself, Victoria, Tamara knapp and Elizabeth Bornstein). We charge $30 for a 1.5 hour session, and that includes supplies.

On Cortes island, I have done several demos, and one 2 hour workshop. I have another workshop scheduled for later this month. In doing the demos, it is always a struggle to get people to get a sense of the process, rather than "simply" the technique.

I love touch drawing; it is one of my own most preferred art forms
I love to do it, teach it, and learn more about it!
looking forward to hearing more from all of you!

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