Category: Art for Healing

JuarezX: Dragged Across Borders

JuarezX: Dragged Across Borders: From May 5 – 28, 2016 CoCA presents “JuárezX, Dragged Across Borders,” co-curated by Joseph C. Roberts and Peter Bill. The exhibit presents work by undocumented immigrants and artists from Juarez, Mexico to explore the intersection of race, class, and migrant status at the US and Mexico border. Simultaneously, the exhibit presents readings and interactive workshops that invite visitors to consider social norms, or borders, created around gender and sexuality. CoCA is proud to present an exhibition and support artists that dissolve boundaries and invite visitors to question borders as places that allow fixed notions of identity to bend, stretch, and even disappear.

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Bohemia Gallery Returns with Exhibition by Breast Cancer Survivor!

The Jazz Series of watercolor paintings and drawings came to life following chemotherapy, 9 surgeries, the death of 3 loved ones within a 2 month period, and the end of a four year relationship due to the resulting depression. Although Jeannie holds 2 BS degrees, an MS and MDE, “Education and intelligence is, unfortunately, not a talisman against grief and despair.”

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The Beauty of Homeless Youth – Kickstarter Campaign by Artist Yelena Joy

Yelena Joy, an artist from Ashland Art Center, is offering a unique opportunity for homeless youth.   Medford has the second highest number of homeless youths in Oregon.  The Heart-Art Experience is an art therapy-like process, through which the participant has the opportunity to see himself as fully capable, whole and “un-broken”, and to experience…

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Summer Art Classes for Adults and Summer Art Camps for Youth at Rogue Gallery & Art Center!

Ignite the Mind, Stir the Soul, Open the Heart- Boldly Create!         The...

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Leah Mebane’s Earth Art Newsletter!

Eco-friendly paint kits for children and adults using pure, natural earth pigments; My first children’s book is complete! This is a sweet little book, written by Myron Cretney, about how we can all have fun in nature without gadgets and batteries; New Earth Paintings on display at the Ashland Art Center until Feb. ’12

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