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NYATA General Meeting- Open Studio with Judith Luongo ( Earn 2 CE Credits)











Date

Saturday, November 10th, 2018

Time

10:30 am to 12:00 pm – NYATA meeting

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm – lunch break

1:15 pm to 3:15 pm – Open Studio with Judith Luongo


Location

Pratt Institute 

200 Willoughby St

Brooklyn, NY.

Meeting – North Hall, Room 211

Open Studio Workshop – North Hall, Room 202

See Map Here



Open Studio: the therapeutic benefits of Mindful art making

Open Studio: the therapeutic benefits of Mindful art making, is a creative art therapy method, which combines the wisdom of mindfulness and creative process within the non- judgmental atmosphere of an artist’s studio. This combination generates spontaneous art making proven to be cathartic in the process of healing one’s self. Through both didactic presentation and experiential process, participants will gain an in-depth understanding of this often misunderstood therapeutic intervention.

OBJECTIVES:

To introduce the Mindful Open Studio method while reviewing the current uses and limitations of the common use of open studio in art therapy programs.

GOALS:

  1. Participants will be able to identify 2 components of mindfulness in a clinical setting. (Safety & Awareness?)

  2. Participant will learn the two core mindful art therapy directives; the writing of one’s intention, and the witnessing of one’s inner process, which facilitate the transformative aspect of the intervention.

  3. Participants will be able identify 3populations that can benefit from the Mindful Open Studio Method.

About the Presenter:

Judith Luongo, MPS ,ATR-BC, LCAT, LP, is a licensed creative art therapist and psychoanalyst in private practice in Park Slope Brooklyn. This May of 2018, marked the end of Judith’s 39 years (1979-2018) as an Associate Professor of the graduate creative art therapy Master’s program at Pratt Institute.

In her tenure, Judith became known for her dynamic and transformative “Open Studio” classrooms, where she modeled the working through of counter-transference issues, by making art a long side her students. A multi-talented artist, Ms. Luongo exhibits her paintings with the Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition (BWAC), and has published her writings in an online literary magazine. Judith maintains an art studio in Sunset Park Brooklyn

Register here:

Continuing Education Certification – $35


General Participation (no CE credits) – $15


Student – $15 


Pratt Student – Free > please e-mail nyatainformation@gmail.com to register



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