Friday, 26 April 2019
Habitat Canterbury (Uniting Church) 2 Mont Albert Road, Canterbury, 3126 (map Here)
7.00pm-7.45pm Discussion Group
Facilitated by Annette Lowe/Mary Duffy
Main Lecture at 8.00pm
Masks: the face of the unconscious
Guest Speaker: Andrea Nersesian
Join us in this Friday lecture, about the masks we and others project and how by utilizing therapeutic arts practices we may explore and understand the many different masks that we wear. In the up coming workshop (following the lecture) we will take the time to identify what aspects of ourselves that we keep hidden and parts of us that are emerging.
This is an exploration into a new way of being ourselves in various expressions. Mask making is a powerful way to begin to understand our preferred ways of being. Together we will gently explore this terrain with curiosity.
“The ego confuses itself with the façade personality (which is of course in reality only that part of the personality that is tailored to fit the collective), and forgets that it possesses aspects which run counter to the persona. ~ Carl Jung
PLEASE NOTE: MASKS WORKSHOP NEXT MONTH - 26 MAY… More details Here..
Andrea Nersesian has been a practicing Art Therapist for the past 14 years, working across a variety of environments and client groups including mental health institutions as well in private practice.
Mask work has been a core component in her work with addiction at WINDANA Drug and Alcohol Recovery. She has presented at several international conferences and is currently enrolled in MIECAT Master’s in Therapeutic Arts Practice.
She is a passionate about offering safe spaces to explore possibilities for new awareness through creativity with playfulness and courage of the heart.
Admission (at the door, no booking required): Members: free, Non members: $20, Concession: $10*
*(Students with photo ID & holders of Australian Pension and/or Health Care card)