***NOTICE***

The Play and Art of Community with Suzette Payne is returning from the Summer break.
See new dates and times!

  • Upcoming dates

    2021

    Oct 5 
    Oct 19 
    Nov 2 
    Nov 16
    Nov 30
    Dec 14

    Tuesdays
    12-1pm
    (Pacific time)

The Play and Art of Community with Suzette Payne  - Tuesdays 12-1pm

Join Suzette in a spacious, playful atmosphere, using simple art making tools.
Everyone welcome - no art experience required!

Your inner imagination and process can be a guide and deepen our community spirit in a time of isolation and stress where we can discover new paths forward.

Our focus is on Art as a Process and the magic and meaning that can happen when we let ourselves play with drawing, paint, collage, simple sculptures.
There is also a writing component where you witness your work.

Please have simple art making materials with you, paper for art making and writing and then materials like magazines and glue and scissors, or crayons/craypas  or paints, or colored pencils.....whatever suits your fancy.

Register to get an email reminder with the zoom link!
(Or  copy paste the links below)
Play and Art Oct 19th, 12-1pm Pacific
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84412382353?pwd=bHVVcUNHV3lmOC83eEZrcnllRTZoQT09

Play and Art Nov 2nd, 12-1pm Pacific
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85056647204?pwd=bnlEM1c1Nm54cEFGOTRiUUsrWVRkQT09
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Suzette Payne

finds deep joy in art-process, community healing, nature, music, dance and the co-creative unfolding of our deepest dreaming together
About Suzette 
Suzette Payne, MA Dipl.PW is a Faculty member of PWI since 2009. She has a private practice with a focus on personal growth, trauma, addictions, dreaming, creativity, empowerment and relationship issues. She has a passion for Worldwork, and is a member of the Worldwork Committee for IAPOP. Suzette helped develop and is on the Leadership/Advisory Board for the Open Studio Project, a non-for-profit arts organization and gallery, serving community social justice issues and healing through creative arts. 

Join an innerwork art making meditation for community awareness and support in creatively processing the diversity of experiences in our shared Coronavirus world.