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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Oct 27, 2018-|
Oct 27, 2018
04:00PM - 06:00PM
|Special Reception: Healing Through Art|
Join us for a special reception on the power of healing through art.
Art Museum of Sonoma County
Join us for a special reception on the power of healing through art. Enjoy an abridged version of Santa Rosa Dance Theater\\\'s performance with guests Creative Community Movement Collective and Tanya Tolmasoff of UPside Dance Company in the From the Fire exhibition. Afterwards, enjoy a dynamic conversation by Dr. Carol Burbank and Tracy Ferron on the healing alchemy of art.
The schedule is as follows:
4.00-4:30pm, Art Museum: Dance performance by Santa Rosa Theater with guests Creative Community Movement Collective and Tanya Tolmasoff of UPside Dance Company
5:15-5:45pm, History Museum, Song Wong Bourbeau Room: Dr. Carol Burbank, a specialist on social change and the arts, will present core ideas on the artist as healer and activist in response to the two museum’s exhibits. Artist Tracy Ferron will reflect on the healing alchemy of art, looking at her art-making process behind Los Olvidados Liberados. This dynamic conversation will engage participants with museum exhibits and the role of creativity in responding to the urgent issues of our day.
Light refreshments. Both exhibitions in both buildings will be open during the reception.
Free event. This event has been generously sponsored by Mark and Tracy Ferron.
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