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Call for 21 SECRETS Art & Art Therapist Interviews



Throughout the last three months it has been nice to see a number of art therapists and art therapy students from all over the world joining Dirty Footprints Studio’s  21 SECRETS to learn different techniques, methods, and approaches to art journaling from this group of 21 classes and artists.  21 SECRETS is a great opportunity to discover more about art journaling, empower your own art-making, as well as artfully connect with other artists.  The workshop is all on-line, self guided, and utlizes videos, PDFs, photo uploading, discussions, and social networking to cultivate lots of creativity, connection, and collaboration.  All the things the Art Therapy Alliance loves!

If you are participating in 21 SECRETS, I am looking for art therapists and art therapy students to interview and be featured on this blog, as well as the Fall issue of FUSION, our e-zine for Planet Art Therapy co-published with Art Therapy Without Borders and the International Art Therapy Organization.  Interviews will also be posted in our Materials & Media in Art Therapy subgroup on LinkedIn. Content would showcase individual experiences, 21 SECRETS art from classes being offered, and some reflections about how ideas or concepts inspired by 21 SECRETS and art journaling can be incorporated into the art therapist’s practice.  If you’re interested in being featured, feel free to e-mail info@arttherapyalliance.org for more information.

If you haven’t joined 21 SECRETS yet, registration has been extended until October 1 and it was announced today that all the classes will be open for the rest of this year- now closing on January 1, 2012!  Lots more time added for everyone to enjoy the art journaling fun, sharing, and connecting!  Check out classes below and learn more @: http://bit.ly/gY9WFs.

 Art Journaling Classes of 21 SECRETS




About Gretchen Miller, MA, ATR-BC

Gretchen Miller, MA, ATR-BC, ACTP: Registered Board Certified Art Therapist, TLC Certified Trauma Practitioner, Art Therapy Community Organizer, Artist...


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